Tech Transfer Central
University-Industry Engagement Advisor

Distance Learning

Tech Transfer Central is proud to offer the following distance learning programs for tech transfer professionals. Participate in a live webinar or choose from a variety of formats including on-demand video, audio, transcript, or DVD. CLE and CLP credits are available for live webinars. Check individual program pages for more details.

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Currently scheduled programs are listed in the box below and archived programs are listed after that.

Recorded Programs:

Recorded webinars are presented as streaming video with transcript (both downloadable) as well as with all of the original program materials. DVDs are also available. Some older programs are only available in streaming downloadable audio and transcript.

Marketing University Innovations: Strategies to Revitalize and Expand a High-Touch, Low-Tech Approach that Gets Results This program will show you how to take an active marketing approach using emerging tools to connect potential licensee/collaborators to their technologies ... more »

Expert Strategies for Patenting and Licensing Early-Stage Drug Discoveries This program will explore the criteria for patentability, including the patenting of salts, solvates, polymorphs and prodrugs as well as drug repurposing ... more »

SPACs and University Start-ups: Understanding and Assessing the Pros and Cons Learn what a SPAC is and why it has become such a popular option for going public ... more »

From Strategic Plan to Execution: Charting a Course for Your Start-Up’s Exit Event This program will delve into exit planning, the types of exits and the pros and cons of each, determining the right time to exit, and much more ... more »

Drafting and Negotiating Industry-Sponsored Research Agreements This collection covers the most critical issues you’ll face, including master research agreements, IP rights, preferential rights, and conflicts of interest ... more »

Accessing Technical and Business Assistance (TABA) Funding for SBIR/STTR Companies How different federal agencies participating in the SBIR/STTR program want you to request the funds, how much is available for applicants, and much more ... more »

Best Practices in Negotiating, Drafting, and Managing Sublicenses Get best practices in drafting and negotiating sublicensing rights, and ensure royalties and other revenues that stem from those rights are properly tracked ... more »

Critical Issues in Due Diligence and Freedom to Operate Analysis for University IP Our presenter will demystify due diligence and FTO inquiries by explaining not only what they explore, but also how they are best conducted ... more »

Strategies for Cultivating an Enterprising Talent Pipeline: An Inside Look at the JHTV Commercialization Academy Explore how to build a highly skilled, experienced talent pipeline while creating growth opportunities for students and their future employers ... more »

University Start-Ups: Building Foundations for Investability and Sustainable Growth This collection will help ensure your university’s start-ups are equipped with a solid foundation that maximizes their chances of success ... more »

Non-Disclosure Agreements in University Research and Commercialization: Drafting Strategies for Maximum IP Protection Our patent attorney-TTO executive team will discuss NDAs, their use in academia, and the key legal issues around compliance and enforcement ... more »

Creating an Environment for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in University Research and Tech Transfer Explore strategies for creating and growing an EDI program that addresses inequities in the university research enterprise ... more »