Lindsie Goss

Lindsie Goss

Technology Manager, Life Sciences

Lindsie joined the UW Center for Commercialization in August 2013 and currently manages a portfolio of therapeutic and diagnostic life science technologies. She has a diverse scientific background in molecular biology, public health, immunology, and microbiology. Lindsie earned her doctorate in the Microbiology and Immunology Department at Columbia University in New York studying the role of eukaryotic-like serine/threonine kinases in gram-positive bacteria. During the course of her doctoral training she was a Senior Fellow at Columbia Technology Ventures (CTV), a program that provides graduate students with university technology transfer and commercialization experience. As a Senior Fellow she hired, trained, and managed 30 other Fellows and was responsible for editing invention assessments and marketing materials. Prior to graduate school, she earned her B.A. in Molecular and Cellular Biology at UC Berkeley and also worked at UC San Francisco and the California Department of Health Services. She is happy to be back on the West Coast and is excited to help UW innovators accelerate the transfer of life science discoveries from the bench to society.