Frequently asked questions

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Email: administration@wysscenter.ch


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The Letter of Intent goes through an internal review process to check it fits with the project requirements and is in line with the Wyss Center’s mission. Turn-around time is usually about two weeks.


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There are no specific time or budgetary limits but each project has six monthly milestones against which its progress is assessed. The milestones are used to make a decision about whether the project should go forward. Initial proof of concepts and critical experiments for translation of neurotechnology or technology-enabled therapeutics must be clear and must be aligned with milestones and budgets.


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In principle yes, but it would depend on the nature of the project, what facilities are required and how the experimental work would be best carried out.


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The Wyss Center is a translational research center that accelerates the development of neurotechnology research into clinical solutions for human benefit.

Pronounced ‘Veese’, the Wyss Center provides competitively awarded financial support and access to facilities as well as scientific, business and regulatory expertise to accelerate development of neurotechnology research to clinical solutions for human benefit.


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The mission of the Wyss Center is to accelerate the development of neurotechnology for human benefit.


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The Wyss Center is based at Campus Biotech, 9 Chemin des Mines 1202 in Geneva, Switzerland. Find us here.


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The Wyss Center’s goal is to transform neurotechnology research ideas into clinical solutions and advance that technology to the marketplace to help people with nervous system disorders live independent lives.

 

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