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Media Advisory: University Research is Key Driver of National Economy

June 16, 2017


New report demonstrates the enormous financial and jobs impact from patent licensing of university research, known as tech transfer. Real-world examples of success from the University of California System and Stanford University will be shared.


  • Mary Albertson, President, Association of University Technology Managers & Senior Licensing Associate in the Office of Technology Licensing,
    Stanford University
  • Janna Tom, Associate Director, University of California System
  • Hans Sauer, PhD, JD, Vice President & Deputy General Counsel for Intellectual Property, BIO
  • Lori Pressman, Independent Consultant
  • Mark Planting, Economic Consultant



Tuesday, June 20, 2017 – 1:30-2:30 PM



Press Conference Room, 32B, Upper Level
2017 BIO International Convention

San Diego Convention Center
111 Harbor Dr. San Diego, CA 92101

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