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Royalty Rates for Medical Devices and Diagnostics

March 20th, 2022 · No Comments · Benchmarks & Royalty Rates, Books / Special Reports, Format, IPRA Royalty Rate Resource Books, Medical Devices, Metrics, Publisher, Valuation, What's New

If your interest is focused primarily on the medical device industry or you’re evaluating a deal in that sector, you can access this valuable data at a fraction of the cost of more expansive data sets and databases. And it’s delivered immediately upon order in digital format. Act now to get this expanded reference, including […]

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All Access Pass – Free 72 Hour Trial

March 11th, 2021 · No Comments · Benchmarks & Royalty Rates, Business Development, Compliance, Contracting, Licensing & Negotiation, Economic Development, Faculty & Corporate Outreach, Format, Funding, IP Attorney Resource Center, Legal Issues, Marketing, Medical Devices, Metrics, Partnerships, Patents, Performance Improvement, Pharma / Biotech, Portfolio Management, Publisher, Specials, Sponsored Research, Staffing, Start-Ups, Tech Transfer Central, Trademarks & Copyright, Valuation, What's New

Imagine having one affordable resource to meet all of your tech transfer training and education needs…  For the first time, we are offering a free 72-hour trial to its All Access Pass, providing you with an opportunity to see for yourself why so many universities have opted for this cost-effective solution to their training and […]

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All Access Pass

January 1st, 2018 · No Comments · Benchmarks & Royalty Rates, Business Development, Compliance, Contracting, Licensing & Negotiation, Distance Learning, Distance Learning Division, Economic Development, Faculty & Corporate Outreach, Format, Funding, IP Attorney Resource Center, Legal Issues, Marketing, Medical Devices, Metrics, Monthly Newsletters, Partnerships, Patents, Performance Improvement, Pharma / Biotech, Portfolio Management, Publisher, Specials, Sponsored Research, Staffing, Start-Ups, Tech Transfer Central, Trademarks & Copyright, Valuation, What's New

Save thousands of dollars in staff training costs while dramatically expanding professional development opportunities for your entire office and faculty! Watch the video below for a virtual tour of what the Tech Transfer Central All Access Pass has to offer: With the All Access Pass your organization gets: Access to 30+ upcoming live webinars and 450+ on-demand […]

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Best Practices for Supporting Clinician Entrepreneurs

November 9th, 2017 · No Comments · Business Development, Distance Learning, Distance Learning Division, Faculty & Corporate Outreach, Format, Medical Devices, Publisher, Tech Transfer Central, What's New

For most doctors and other clinician entrepreneurs, taking time from their practice and managing the ups and downs of the start-up rollercoaster is a real challenge – and one that can derail an innovation’s progress or stop a promising venture in its tracks. What many of these busy professionals desperately need is the TTO’s specialized […]

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Getting to a License: Valuation and Strategic Marketing of Biotech, Therapeutics and other Life Science IP Assets

April 12th, 2016 · No Comments · Contracting, Licensing & Negotiation, Distance Learning, Distance Learning Division, Format, Marketing, Medical Devices, Pharma / Biotech, Publisher, Tech Transfer Central, Valuation, What's New

Valuation is a confusing and often contested topic among life sciences and tech transfer professionals. With so many different valuation approaches, it sometimes seems nearly impossible to get realistic and objective figures that all parties can agree on. However, companies in the life sciences industry require accurate valuations in order to raise investment funds, license […]

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The Medical Innovation Playbook

May 12th, 2014 · No Comments · Benchmarks & Royalty Rates, Books / Special Reports, Cleveland Clinic Innovations, Format, Medical Devices, Partnerships, Pharma / Biotech, Publisher, What's New

An unprecedented view behind the scenes of innovation and partnering strategy at 61 top academic medical centers, featuring 500+ pages filled with:   Benchmarks and key statistics Innovation strategies Specific case studies Best practices Details on collaboration and partnering activity Academic medical centers are playing an increasingly vital role in providing breakthrough research – yet […]

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In-Depth Analysis of Mayo v. Prometheus: What it Means for the Future of Medical Diagnostic Patents

March 30th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Distance Learning, Distance Learning Division, Format, Legal Issues, Medical Devices, Pharma / Biotech, Publisher, Tech Transfer Central, What's New

The Supreme Court unanimously held that claims directed to the relationship between the concentrations of blood metabolites and response to a therapeutic drug in two patents owned by Prometheus Laboratories, Inc. were unpatentable, stating that they “effectively claim the underlying laws of nature themselves.”  This is a reversal of the Federal Circuit’s decision, which held […]

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Healthcare Sector: From Idea to Funding to Launch

January 20th, 2011 · No Comments · Books / Special Reports, Format, Greenbranch, Medical Devices, Publisher, Trademarks & Copyright, What's New

Click here To see what healthcare industry experts are saying about Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Healthcare Sector: From Idea to Funding to Launch! This unique guidebook addresses a common gap in tech transfer organizations:  many physicians and healthcare workers have valuable ideas for improving patient care, but the majority of these innovative ideas for […]

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A Prescription for Profit: Find Hidden Gems of Innovation Among Your University-Affiliated Medical Staff

November 15th, 2010 · No Comments · Distance Learning, Distance Learning Division, Format, Medical Devices, Publisher, Tech Transfer Central, What's New

“Medical staff are tough to engage when it comes to invention disclosures.” We hear this way too often. If true, then why are so many game-changing medical innovations commercialized through “back-door” deals? One reason is that many doctors and other clinicians at university-affiliated medical centers are simply unaware of the technology commercialization office’s existence. Another […]

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