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OUP Data Licensing Webinar Series
August 31 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Topic: Patient Data Licensing Series, Part 4 | Case Studies
When: Thursday, August 31st, 2023 | 12:00pm EST
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Now that you’ve learned all about patient data (see links to the series below) come hear case studies on actual patient data agreement activities!
Our guest panelists, Robin Rasor of Duke University and Nila Bhakuni of Baptist Health, will talk through a few cases they have worked on from their institutions. They will discuss the processes the data went through at the universities, how the companies found out about and received the data, the licensing and other agreements processes, and lessons learned. Join us for a practical discussion on how patient data is making its way from academic institutions to companies to help bring forth new life-saving innovations.
Earlier in the series:
1. What is the data? – https://youtu.be/XQFWMnTzKZ8
2. What can we do with the data? – https://youtu.be/ZPABIi1rIxU
3. How are institutions licensing patient data? – https://youtu.be/O2Oc9AOk99c
Associate VP for Translation & Commercialization·Duke Office of Translation and Commercialization
As Associate VP for Translation & Commercialization, Robin Rasor oversees all functions of the tech transfer process at Duke University. Previously, she was Managing Director of Licensing at the University of Michigan where she oversaw the licensing process ranging from management and marketing of disclosures to developing and negotiating appropriate licensing terms for license agreements, and finally to maintaining and monitoring existing agreements. Robin is also a former Director of Licensing at The Ohio State University and former employee of Battelle Columbus Laboratories, a leading US contract research firm. She received an MS degree in Genetics from The Ohio State University and a BS in Bacteriology and Zoology from Ohio Wesleyan University. Robin has earned the CLP (Certified Licensing Professional) credential and is past President and Chair of the Board of Governors of Certified Licensing Professionals, Inc. She is a Past President of the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) Board of Trustees. She has also served on the Board of Directors, most recently as Treasurer, of the Ann Arbor Area Chamber of Commerce. In 2005, Robin was awarded the President’s Award for service to AUTM. In 2007, she was part of the team headed by Michigan’s Dr. Arul Chinnaiyan honored by The American Association for Cancer Research in its first annual AACR Team Science Award.
Assistant Vice President·Baptist Health Innovations
Nila Bhakuni serves Baptist Health South Florida as assistant vice president for Innovation. Ms. Bhakuni served as director of Technology Transfer at Dartmouth College, where she instituted a new intellectual property policy, increased startups and provided technology transfer services to Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital. Prior to that, Ms. Bhakuni served as the director of Technology Transfer at Rice University for 10 years, growing the office and serving as interim director of Sponsored Research and building and leading an industrial contracts team. She had progressive responsibility at Harvard and Carnegie Mellon in technology transfer. Prior to joining Carnegie Mellon, Ms. Bhakuni spent 10 years working in several different areas at Alcoa's Technical Center. She received an Alcoa Merit Award for Team Performance for a joint venture team with Kobe, a Japanese steel company. Ms. Bhakuni has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Akron, a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Ohio State University and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business.