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Boardroom Bound (2/2017)

Have you ever wondered what it takes to participate on a corporate or scientific advisory board? This is an elusive subject to many, but it particularly affects women. Women hold just a small number of board seats (both Corporate and Scientific Advisory Boards). In 2015, the 2020 Women on Boards Gender Diversity Index of Fortune 1000 companies showed that 17.9% of corporate directors were women. That number drops to 10% for biotech companies. These numbers are disproportional when you consider that women comprise about half of the total U.S. workforce, hold half of all management positions, and are responsible for almost 80% of all consumer spending. Another longitudinal study including 500 companies, suggested that the percentage of women on SABs never exceeded 10.2% . In the meantime overwhelming evidence from various sources states that companies with more diversity at the highest levels see a higher return on investment overall. This FREE webinar will review best practices, existing programs and other efforts to demystify this process.

Date:
February 28, 2017
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Business Development Course - Medical Device Industry

This 8-hour course is the first of a series of AUTM courses that provide and in-depth education on a specific industry sector. This course focuses on business development in the medical device industry. Funded by the Coulter Foundation, the AUTM Business Development Course provides detailed insights into the medical device market and the pre-clinical, clinical, regulatory, business marketing and legal issues technology transfer professionals encounter when licensing medical devices. Taught by highly experienced industry professionals in the medical device sector, this course provides you with the tools you need to operate effectively in the medical device space.
Date:
April 20, 2014
Member Price:
$525.00
Non-Member Price:
$725.00
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Business Development Course-Healthcare IT

This 7-hour course provides an in-depth look at current trends and needs in the HCIT sector, IP considerations when dealing with HCIT, licensing considerations from the licensor's point of view including valuation of HCIT solutions, and how to package a deal and items to consider during negotiations. We will also learn about considerations around HCIT related topics, such as the commercialization/licensing of data and, a startup panel to discuss all things related to HCIT startup companies.
Date:
April 20, 2016
Member Price:
$525.00
Non-Member Price:
$725.00
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Career Develop- Utilizing AUTMs New Learning Center (7/2016)

This free webinar will provide an introduction to AUTM's new educational resource, The Learning Management System (LMS) created to help technology transfer professionals manage their professional development, continuing education and certificate programs.

Date:
July 01, 2016
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CLP: A Career Development Opportunity (7/2013)

Learn the history of the Certified Licensing Professional Inc. organization and certification. Learn why the CLP credential was established and why it is important to your career path. Hear about eligibility requirements and reasons to consider taking the exam including feedback from professionals with the CLP credential on why they value the qualification. A recently certified CLP will also provide some tips for exam taking and how she studied and prepared.
Date:
July 15, 2013
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Compliance - From the Governments Perspective(3/2012)

The iEdison website (http://iEdison.gov) was established to assist federal funding recipients with federal invention reporting compliance. Key additions to functionality allow for complete electronic submission of all reporting requirements (no more paper or faxes), and a user-friendly interface. This webinar will introduce iEdison to new users, answer questions from experienced users and offer participants an opportunity to ask their specific questions related to iEdison and federal reporting requirements. In addition to offering a complete step-by-step iEdison walk-through, this session will also offer participants an opportunity to ask questions related to iEdison and federal reporting requirements.
Date:
March 01, 2012
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Compliance - From the iEdison User's Perspective (5/2013)

This session will cover the ins and outs of handling your government obligations from a university/academic perspective. The course will provide practical, real-life university perspectives on compliance responsibilities and processing and give specific office operations procedures. Real-life examples will be given regarding what works best to keep your reporting house in order and detailed suggestions will be given on how to stay on top of your institution's government compliance.
Date:
May 15, 2013
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Contracts 101 4-part Series

This four-part webinar series addresses all four stages of licensing contracts and is designed for the TTO professional who has less than 3 years' experience.
Date:
October 01, 2017
Member Price:
$525.00
Non-Member Price:
$725.00
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Cost-effective Strategies for Working with Counsel(7/2012)

Many technology transfer offices engage the services of outside law firms to manage their intellectual property. Understanding law firm operations and the unique characteristics of patent law practice will help you to establish effective working relationships with your patent attorneys. Providing your counsel with a set of standard operating guidelines will help streamline efficiencies and manage costs.
Date:
July 02, 2012
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Coulter Commercialization Process - C3i

The C3i Program is based on the Coulter Commercialization Process, an approach to biomedical research translation, developed and continuously refined by the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation in collaboration with its academic partners across the country. Since 2001, the Foundation has supported more than 400 interdisciplinary teams of scientists and engineers, to bring the latest biomedical innovations to market for the benefit of human health and society at-large. To-date, 77 projects have raised $3 billion in venture capital, 46 projects have been licensed to industry partners, and dozens more have received SBIR support. Most importantly, these efforts have given risen to more than 22 products, with 20 more advancing through Phase II or III clinical trials. The key features and elements which define the Coulter Commercialization Process have been captured and condensed into an intensive, fast-paced boot camp, the C3i Program.
Date:
January 10, 2016
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$0.00
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$100.00
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