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COVID-19 Funding and Resources

In these times of uncertainty, we know how important it is to have access to resources. OTP is actively engaged in identifying and connecting researchers and entrepreneurs to the growing number of resources that are becoming available. We will keep updating this on a regular basis, so continue to check our website for more resources!

CARES Act and Disaster Loan Information for Small Businesses

COVID-19 Research Funding

COVID-19 SBIR/STTR Funding

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Martin Kleckner                       

Interim Director, EPIC SBDC                                                                                                                                                                      619-892-2565 
Entrepreneurship and Innovation                                                                                                                                 

martin.kleckner@ucr.edu

 

Martin has 28 years experience in operations and business development in life sciences, healthcare, oil & gas, and cable television. He has advised over 115 emerging and Fortune 100 companies with corporate planning and strategy, commercialization and public policy throughout Europe, Asia & the Americas. He participated as founder or early-stage employee in five venture start-ups with two successful exits. He was a co-founder/Senior Vice President of RefluxMD.com, a Health 2.0 Internet company specializing in gastroesophageal reflux disease and Senior Advisor to Respiratory Technology Corporation (ResTech). He was co-founder of U P Laboratories in San Diego. Earlier he was an investor and lead business development for RegeneMed, a company creating three dimensional (3D) engineered liver tissue for use in drug discovery research; co-founder and Chief Business Officer for Salvino-Flex LLC wherein he managed the research and development of a chest tube insertion device, ultimately selling the company. He was also Director of Development for Science & Engineering Associates for the commercialization of a companion diagnostic technology for cervical, ovarian and oral/pharyngeal cancers and SpyFinder, a hidden camera locator (used in a 2004 episode of CSI Miami). He has also provided commercialization advisory support and grant proposal review for the National Institutes of Health, Drexel Foundation, and Coulter Foundation. He received his PhD and MA in Public Policy from the University of California and MBA at the UCLA Anderson School.