The Office of Partnerships and Technology Transfer is sponsoring a virtual lecture series in entrepreneurship and commercialization, The Fermilab Innovation Lecture Series.
All Fermilab personnel, users, students, and guest researchers are invited to participate in this series.
The next installment of the series will take place on Feb. 2 from 3-4 p.m. CST via Zoom.
The coronavirus pandemic is a “top of mind” issue for all of us. Scientists and engineers across the national labs are exploring the coronavirus and ways to speed development of possible diagnostics, vaccines and treatments, and improve protective equipment and materials. Sandia National Laboratories has been especially forward-thinking, pioneering new ways to engage with industry to rapidly deploy new technologies.
Join guest lecturer Mary Monson, senior manager for technology partnerships and business development at Sandia National Laboratories, as she shares some of Sandia’s innovative methods and outcomes for battling COVID-19.
Mary Monson has over 20 years of management experience at Sandia in business development, intellectual property management, licensing and technology transfer. Her team fosters partnerships with industry, academia, government and other laboratories. Previously, she was responsible for managing and licensing Sandia’s intellectual property portfolio, which led Sandia to an increase in commercial licensing of 130%. In addition, she established the business development capability at Sandia, which is now over 40 staff strong. Prior to joining Sandia, Mary worked for a decade in high-tech companies including Unisys Corporation, Texas Instruments and Digital Equipment Corporation.