The i-AMT sees the translation of research discoveries to societal benefits as a vital mission of the Institute. To realize this mission, the i-AMT is committed to serve as a clearing house for inventions developed by faculty operating under the Institute's umbrella. In this role, i-AMT will perform an initial assessment of the commercial potential, the market, prospective licensees, and the justification for seeking patent protection. This evaluation will be done by a committee composed of seasoned technology business professionals, representatives from the investment community, a technology manger from UW TechTransfer, and the IP and Industrial Agreements Manager. Their recommendations will be forwarded to UW TechTransfer to facilitate and expedite patenting decisions and initiate licensing discussions.
The advisory board for research translation at i-AMT include:
Joseph E. Eichinger
Patrick Ennis, Ph.D.Global Head of Technology
OVP Venture Partners
Tim Londergan, Ph. D.
John D. Reagh
George E. Renzoni, Ph.D.
Keith E. Ritala
Rad Roberts, Ph.D.
Fiona Wills, Ph.D.
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