Intellectual Property: Know the Basics as it Applies to Research Administration
(90 minutes) Researchers and institutions all want to own the “next big idea”. However, intellectual property (IP) may seem a bit mystical for many in research administration. This webinar will provide a basis of knowledge regarding IP and the research administrator’s role in perpetuating responsible practices to identify and protect researcher and institutional rights.
Sylvia Bradshaw, Director of Sponsored Programs, Agreements, Research, and Contracts (SPARC), Southern Utah University
Marianne Woods, Academic Program Director, Master of Science in Research Administration, Johns Hopkins University
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Member Price: $105.00
Non-Member Price: $125.00
- Define and identify different types of Intellectual Property (IP);
- Be introduced to the rights associated with IP through the Bayh-Dole Act and the Harmonization Act;
- Gain a basic knowledge of the Technology Transfer process;
- Recognize the role of Sponsored Programs in facilitating and protecting IP
Director of Sponsored Programs, Agreements, Research, and Contracts (SPARC)
Southern Utah University
Academic Program Director, Master of Science in Research Administration
Johns Hopkins University
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