This valuable new research report provides a unique data set that offers a first-ever view of medical school faculty’s income from research grants and technology licensing, as well as their perceptions of technology transfer offices.
The Survey of Medical School Faculty: Earnings from Research and Technology Licensing and View of Technology Transfer Office covers a wide range of medical specialties, including in-depth commentary and analysis based on extensive survey results from 141 universities from the USA and abroad.
Take a look at some of what you’ll find in this 45-page report:
- Percentage of income derived from research grants
- Percentage of faculty who have ever received income from patents/licensing
- Cumulative earnings from patents/licensing
- Perception of fairness in licensing income distribution
- Perception of TTO effectiveness
- Attitudes regarding the TTO
- Number of invention disclosures filed
- Incidence of conflict or disagreement with university over intellectual property
- Perception of clarity in IP-related rules and policies
And a few of the specific findings:
- On average, nearly 30% of faculty remuneration is derived from research grants
- Only 10.29% of faculty have earned any income from patents/licenses
- Faculty affiliated with private schools earn the most from these sources
Research Data You Can Trust
You can rely on the accuracy of the detailed data, commentary, and analysis provided in this informative report. It was compiled and written by James Moses, President of Primary Research Group, and Joseph R. Flicek, who established the New Ventures Office at Columbia University and served as Director from 1996 to 2002.
The Survey of Medical School Faculty: Earnings from Research and Technology Licensing and View of Technology Transfer Office is available for the low price of just $195, in print or PDF. You can also make this invaluable resource available to your entire staff with an economically priced site-license purchase – just $295!