Rob Schwartzman will be attending the virtual event and sharing best practices at the Myers Bigel virtual booth.
“As a firm that works with a plethora of academic technology offices, it’s important that Myers Bigel is actively involved with such an important event as AUTM which brings together so many tech transfer professionals from the region,” said Jim Cannon, Managing Partner.
Since its inception in the mid-1970’s, AUTM has sought to support and advance technology transfer, developing best practices and facilitating university/industry relations to ensure that inventions with high commercial potential reach the marketplace. The nonprofit organization is comprised of more than 3,000 members working in more than 800 universities, research centers, hospitals, businesses and government organizations around the globe.
The AUTM Eastern Region Meeting offers networking, exhibits, educational programming, and presentations by well-respected leaders.