September 16 (Wednesday)
1:00 - 2:30 p.m. EDT
Meagan Pitcher, PhD - Baylor College of Medicine
Benjamin Dibling, PhD - University of Pennsylvania
Louise Epstein - Walton Family Foundation
Judy Genovese, JD - University of Southern California
Alexander Silver - Epidermolysis Bullosa Research Partnership
$150 AUTM Members / $225 Non-members
Note: Those who registered for AUTM's 2020 Annual Meeting (San Diego) will have access to the recorded version of this webinar once it is available. Those who chose the Exchange Program as their refund option can register for this LIVE webinar free of charge.
What It’s All About
Nonprofit foundations and charities can be a critical source of research support. Increasingly, foundations are taking a more assertive approach to managing the intellectual property (IP) that arises from funded projects. How can technology transfer professionals navigate these changing and challenging expectations from foundation grant-makers? Panel topics will include understanding the foundation-side rationale and their interest in more extensive IP management, strategies for negotiating IP language with foundations, and avoiding conflict between the tech transfer office and other academic stakeholders. Participants will take away a host of best practices for negotiating with foundations.
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