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Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM), Central Region Meeting

Posted by on Monday, June 22, 2015 in Uncategorized .

Are you interested in learning more about a career in Technology Transfer and Commercialization? 

This year, the Central Region Meeting for the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) will be held in Nashville, TN,  July 20-22. Vanderbilt’s Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization will be facilitating this year’s event and have extended an invitation to a limited number of interested Vanderbilt trainees to attend the conference sessions on Monday, July 20th from 9am -12 noon, and from 1:30-3:00, at no charge. Please note, the lunch session is not included.

9-10:30: workshops A1 or A2:
When Not to File and Foreign Patent Strategy
The Life of a Case manager: Perspectives from large, Small, and Transition Offices

10:30-11:  Networking Break

11-12:00 Workshops B1 or B2
Marketing- Getting Creative Ideas for Success
Federal Funding Programs- Let's Go Find Bigfoot

1:30-3:00 Workshops C1 or C2
Positioning Drug Disclosures for Licensing
Tips, Best Practices and Pep Talk for Small and Medium Tech Transfer Offices

If you would like to have the opportunity to attend this meeting while it is being hosted in Nashville (Hilton Downtown Nashville), please fill out the following survey by Friday, July 10, and Ashley Brady, (BRET office) will be in touch with you with more details.

The Central Region is home to some of the most innovative universities on the planet, including the institution where Technology Transfer was born – the University of Wisconsin at Madison. The meeting is expected to host more than 200 leaders in academic research and technology transfer initiatives from university and non-profit research institutions, patent attorneys, industry government and service providers.  Attendees can expect excellent content, engaging speakers, networking and friendly conversation. Join us for an opportunity to connect, exchange ideas, ask questions and gain valuable contacts.

For more information please see:

Click here for: Preliminary Program

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