BMIR Corporate Affiliates Program
BMIR is a research division in the Department of Medicine, whose mission is to develop and deploy novel computational and statistical methods to improve human health and clinical care.
The goals of the BMIR Corporate Affiliates Program are:
- to expose member companies to cutting-edge research in BMIR Labs, and explore high-risk/high-reward research projects that the affiliate company cannot easily initiate in-house,
- to provide Stanford students and postdocs opportunities for networking, recruitment, and professional development at the
All results of research conducted through the Corporate Affiliates Program are shared among program members and with the general public. All membership fees are unrestricted funds used to support BMIR research and associated operations. If appropriate, targeted areas of mutual interest may lead to separate sponsored research agreements. Stanford retains first rights to publish Stanford-generated Program data and information.
Each corporate affiliate will receive substantial benefits for their financial support. Companies may join as Regular or Founding members. The membership is renewed annually each year upon receipt of the annual membership fee.
|Benefits||Founding Member||Regular Member|
|Receive announcements of BMIR seminars, attend seminar in person
|Receive alerts of accepted journal articles, conference papers, and technology disclosures by BMIR faculty
|Receive CVs of students and postdocs graduating from BMIR labs
|Promote company internships via formal and informal recruiting events
|List company on BMIR Corporate Affiliates Program webpage
|Have early opportunity to create specific, separately funded, joint research projects
|Send Visiting Scholar to Stanford according to Visiting Scholar Policy
||One Visiting Scholar for one week per academic quarter||One Visiting Scholar for one week per year
|Present at BMIR Seminars or in course BIOMEDIN 206: Informatics in Industry
|Membership fee||$250,000 per year||$100,000 per year|
This program is run in accordance with Stanford's policies for Industrial Affiliates Programs
For more information, please contact the Program Administrator, Milan Shah