This workshop helps CCR fellows and staff scientists learn about and better position themselves for potential job opportunities at law firms, patent and trademark, and intellectual property protection across the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. Guest speakers will shed light on how to best position yourself for obtaining these types of positions and how to improve your chances of success. They will describe ways in which you can use your time at NIH to better prepare for opportunities that may arise down the road in these fields. Speakers include current and former NCI employees who are using their scientific backgrounds in positions that deal with patent law and intellectual property evaluation.
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Location and Time
This workshop open to all CCR postdoctoral fellows, clinical fellows, and staff scientists; however, registration is limited to 60 participants. Registration is required and acceptance is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Invited speakers include NCI/NIH staff who work in technology transfer and intellectual property, law firm partners specializing in intellectual property and patent rights, and patent agents who represent biotechnology companies.
For Additional Information
Contact Dr. Ravi Dhar at 301-496-0990 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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