Biomedical Innovation is in Our DNA

UT Southwestern’s Office for Technology Development is a respected and insightful resource in taking scientific visions and turning them into tangible realities. The Office creates collaborative relationships with the public and private sectors to develop, protect, transfer, and commercialize results.

The Office offers more than 100 years of cumulative experience, covering more than 800 licenses in business development, research, and technology management in the pharmaceutical, biomedical, IT, and engineering industries.

“Every day, UT Southwestern faculty members, researchers, and clinicians are working on groundbreaking discoveries and inventions. We want to use the commercialization process to translate those discoveries into therapies that can benefit patients worldwide.”

Frank Grassler, J.D.
Vice President for Technology Development

Event Announcement: "Innovation - Improving Lives"

OTD IP Day April 26

The Office for Technology Development is hosting a panel discussion to celebrate Intellectual Property Day, Wednesday, April 26, at 10 a.m. in NG3.112 (T. Boone Pickens Auditorium).

The topic is "Innovation - Improving Lives." Panelists will include Drs. Melanie Cobb, David Greenberg, Daniel Siegwart, and Chengcheng (Alec) Zhang, who will discuss intellectual property and innovation. Moderator will be Dr. Ron Taussig.

For more information, please contact Marisa Naughton.