Faculty Research Forum: Innovation at Princeton

Many technologies and innovations developed at Princeton have the potential to become the basis for a new business venture or further development through a partnership with industry. This session will introduce new faculty to Princeton's innovation ecosystem, which offers support for activities including private sector research collaborations, intellectual property protection, and pathways to commercialization. The discussion will answer your questions about what Princeton programs are available to facilitate research and development, launch a start-up and connect entrepreneurs with external resources.  

  • Patents and other forms of IP
  • Material transfer agreements
  • Confidentiality agreements
  • Sponsored research collaborations 
  • Research with Princeton database
  • Startups and entrepreneurship
  • Licensing technologies

 

Combined Session

Moderator:  Spencer Reynolds, Senior Associate Director, Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations

Additional participants:

  • Elizabeth Adams, Director, Office of Research and Project Administration
  • Karla Ewalt, Associate Dean for Research
  • Kelly Freidenfelds, Senior Associate Director, Corporate Engagement and  Foundation Relations
  • Prabhpreet Gill, Licensing Associate, Office of Technology Licensing
  • Michael Hodges, Associate Director, Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations
  • Yibin Kang, Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis Professor of Molecular Biology
  • Forrest Meggers, Assistant Professor of Architecture and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
  • Rod Priestley, Vice Dean for Innovation
  • Maureen Thompson-Siegel, Senior Grant and Contract Administrator, Office of Research and Project Administration
  • Anthony Williams, New Ventures Associate, Office of Technology Licensing
  • Chris Wright, Licensing Associate, Office of Technology Licensing