Technology Transfer Offices & INCUBATORS

Technology Transfer Offices

Augusta University/ Office of Innovation and Commercialization

With an increasing number of commercial licenses with our industry partners, an ever-expanding base of patents, which offer our commercial partners important protection, and a special focus on promoting innovation commercialization in our region, Augusta University is excited to share the good news about "creating the future" - by inventing it!

Office of Innovation Commercialization
Interdisciplinary Research Building
Health Science Campus
Phone: 706.721.0078
Email:
oic@augusta.edu

Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurial Development

Clark’s research institutes and centers play a central role in enabling interdisciplinary collaboration. Alongside peers with diverse academic and intellectual experiences, faculty members and students work across boundaries to develop innovative solutions to contemporary challenges.

Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurial Development
Bruce Berger at bberger@cau.edu

Emory University/ Office of Technology Transfer

It is our role in the Office of Technology Transfer (OTT) to both manage the intellectual property rights of the University and to oversee industry contracts and provide a single point of contact for industry.

Cliff Michaels
Interim Executive Director
Email:
ccmicha@emory.edu
Phone:
(404) 727-3890

Georgia Institute of Technology/ Office of Industry Engagement

Georgia Tech's mission is to encourage innovation, advance knowledge, and serve the public interest. The Office of Industry Engagement helps companies around the world explore the revolutionary work being done at Georgia Tech and establish long-lasting, mutually beneficial university-industry partnerships.

Research Centers at Georgia Tech
Email:
yadu.haase@gtrc.gatech.edu
Phone:
404.858.6440

Georgia State University/ Office of Technology Commercialization and Industry Relations

The Office of Technology Licensing & Commercialization works to ensure that great ideas find their way out of the lab and into the hands of the people who need them. It plays a critical role in developing and protecting the intellectual property of Georgia State faculty, staff and students.

Chester A. Bisbee
Assistant Vice President; Consultant: Technology Commercialization and Industry Relations
Phone: 404.413.3507
Email: cbisbee@gsu.edu

Kennesaw State University Research and Service Foundation

KSURSF manages intellectual property and performs technology transfer functions for the University, taking assignment of inventions; obtaining patent, trademark, and copyright or other intellectual property protection.

Contact: ksursf@kennesaw.edu

 

Morehouse School of Medicine/ Office of Translational Technologies

The Office of Translational Technologies (OTT) was established in 2011 to leverage MSM’s intellectual property (IP), research, infrastructure, and services and diversify research revenue. Through educational seminar series, start-up mentorship, and training partnerships, OTT is a resource for MSM faculty, staff, and students interested in translating ideas that may start in the lab to real-world solutions in healthcare.

James W. Lillard, Ph.D., MBA
Associate Dean for Research Affairs
Director, Office of Translational Technologies
Director, MSM Georgia Research Alliance VentureLab
Phone: 404.752.1863
Email: jlillard@msm.edu

University of Georgia/ Innovation Gateway

Innovation Gateway fosters a network of industry, economic development, and university partners, amplifying its ability to develop new products and companies based on the university’s research. Since 2015, new invention disclosures and licensing revenues are up 30 percent, startup projects have increased 40 percent, and more than 20 startup companies have been launched.

Derek Eberhart
Assistant Vice President; Consultant: Technology Commercialization and Industry Relations
Phone: 706.542.2207
Email: dereke@uga.edu

U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) / Office of Technology and Innovation and Technology Transfer Office

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Technology Transfer Office (TTO) partners with industry, academia, non-profits, and other government agencies to transfer CDC’s research portfolio into products and services to improve public health.

Phone: 404.639.1330
Email: tto@cdc.gov

 

Incubators

Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) at Georgia Institute of Technology

Through a unique blend of coaching, curriculum, community and connections – not just to Georgia Tech and its resources, but also to capital and customers, ATDC helps Georgia startups at various stages navigate the choppy waters of taking an idea from concept to product prototype to launch and ultimately to scale.

Phone: 404.894.3575
E-mail:
info@atdc.org

CollabTech at Georgia State University

As Atlanta’s only downtown biotech incubator, we offer a modern and unique working environment that includes an array of sophisticated equipment and laboratory space, administrative offices and a large conference room, as well as access to the expertise of Georgia State’s tenured faculty.

Darryle Taylor
CollabTech Manager
Phone: 404.413.3556
Email: dtaylor101@gsu.edu

Global Center for Medical Innovation

We accelerate the development, testing, training and commercialization of innovative medical products that improve quality based outcomes and delivery of healthcare for patients.

Phone: 404.894.522

University of Georgia/ Innovation Gateway

Innovation Gateway fosters a network of industry, economic development, and university partners, amplifying its ability to develop new products and companies based on the university’s research. Since 2015, new invention disclosures and licensing revenues are up 30 percent, startup projects have increased 40 percent, and more than 20 startup companies have been launched.

Derek Eberhart
Assistant Vice President; Consultant: Technology Commercialization and Industry Relations
Phone: 706.542.2207
Email: dereke@uga.edu

T3 Labs - Your Partner For Preclinical Testing And Training

With more than 15 years of experience, T3 Labs’ mission remains – to provide high-value preclinical testing and training services to medical device, biologics, and pharmaceutical developers and manufacturers. We work with industry and academic sponsors to improve patient care by more effectively and efficiently developing and commercializing their devices and products through preclinical voice-of-customer, feasibility, and GLP preclinical testing and training programs.

Phone: 404.894.5227
Email: info@t3labs.org

The Innovation Factory

The Innovation Factory finds promising medical technology ideas in their earliest stages, develops them into groundbreaking products, and leads them to market via new companies we launch and manage. By rigorously assessing ideas and investment opportunity, and eliminating the hassles of start-up financing through dedicated venture capital partners, The Innovation Factory is revolutionizing the way medical technology is developed.

Phone: 888.935.4411
Email: info@tif.net