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To eradicate economic, health, and biomedical health disparities related to COVID-19 (i.e., communicated in the previous tabs), Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU)s & Minority Serving Institutions (MSI) (i.e., Hispanic Serving Institutions and Tribal Colleges) have great potential to cooperatively increase sustainable biomedical, information technology (IT), and manufacturing related inventions and innovations that create 1) intellectual property (IP) (i.e., copyrights, patents, and trade-secrets); and 2) capabilities to tech-transfer their IP to minority companies that, subsequently, translate IP licenses into commercial products that directly address health disparities, enhance the economic status of HBCUs, MSIs, and minority businesses; and create significantly more U.S. high paying jobs for minority youth and adults.

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Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU)s & Minority Serving Institutions (MSI) (i.e., Hispanic Serving Institutions and Tribal Colleges) currently develop and have great potential to cooperatively increase sustainable biomedical & information technology (IT) related inventions and innovations that create 1) intellectual property (IP) (i.e., copyrights, patents, and trade-secrets) for MSIs; and 2) capabilities to tech-transfer their IP to minority companies that, subsequently, translate IP licenses into commercial products that directly address health disparities, enhance the economic status of MSIs and minority businesses, and create more U.S. high paying jobs for minority youth and adults. 

Hence, the 3nd Annual HEEHD 2021 Virtual Conference will address, directly, the aforementioned disparities.