Maine Medical Center (MMC) promotes the development of new knowledge and facilitates its application in ways that benefit society. Within the Medical Center, the Office of Technology Transfer (OTT) facilitates the practical application of knowledge by protecting, marketing, and negotiating the sale of rights of commercially viable intellectual property to partners that can bring the property to market.
The mission of the Office of Technology Transfer is to make MMC’s technology available for public benefit, to promote research by facilitating collaboration with industry, and to generate research-supporting income.
Researchers who think they’ve discovered a new technology, be it a process or a material, are encouraged to speak with Todd Keiller and complete an Intellectual Property Disclosure Form.
Todd S. Keiller is the Director of the Office of Technology Transfer & Intellectual Property. He offers thirty years of experience in licensing, business development, and marketing. His work in the industrial sector has included ten years in the Science and Medical Products divisions of Corning Glass Works and encompassed a variety of sales, marketing, and business development roles.
Todd’s twenty years of academic licensing experience includes the position of Vice President for Ventures at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. He has additional licensing experience in a variety of scientific fields.
Todd joined Maine Medical Center in June, 2004. He holds an BA from Dartmouth College and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College.
The guidelines presented here describe the policies and procedures for disclosing, protecting, and leveraging intellectual assets developed at the Institution. These policies and procedures are intended to:
- Facilitate contractual negotiation with individuals and organizations regarding the purchase and sale of intellectual property developed at the Institution.
- Enable the Institutional community to collaborate with the Office of Technology Transfer (OTT) through clear and accessible methods.
- Distribute any financial returns from intellectual property in a way that reflects the contributions and resource investments of the inventor, as well as the resources provided and risks assumed by the Institution.
- Protect academic freedom at the Institution while complying with all legal and ethical requirements.
- Conform to the regulations of the agencies and organizations providing funds for sponsored programs
Material Transfer Agreements
Patent And Copyright Agreements