Current Data Use and Access Issues (2019)
This webinar presents a broad summary of issues related to the generation, ownership, exchange, and use of data, including permitted and restricted uses of data in university-industry projects. Some key issues such as consents, use of publicly accessible data, non-human proprietary data exchange, export control restrictions, privacy, security, and intellectual property will be highlighted. This webinar provides an overview of these issues as they apply to data in industry-sponsored and university-industry collaborative projects.
Who Should Attend?
This is an advanced webinar targeted to experienced corporate and academic representatives with responsibility for identifying, assessing, reviewing, negotiating or managing intellectual property terms in university-company research contracts including representatives of technology transfer, sponsored projects, economic development, university relations/business relations, researchers and research staff.
Current Data Use and Access Issues Webinar
Member: $100 / Non-member: $200
Member: $900 / Non-member: $1,900
Director, Pre-Award Services, Office for Sponsored Programs | Harvard University
President & Senior Partner | C3 Authority, LLC
Project Manager | UIDP
Contracts Officer | Carnegie Mellon University
About the Series
UIDP’s comprehensive, 10-part webinar series for members and non-members illuminates contemporary issues and opportunities for effective negotiation of industry-sponsored research agreements (ISRAs). This series is strategically designed to offer novice-to-seasoned contracting professionals insight on a broad range of contracting issues. The basic sessions are specifically developed for researchers (from industry bench scientists and students through full professors) and those very new to ISRAs. The intermediate/advanced webinars provide background and address current strategies used by companies and universities to arrive at a successful outcome.
Abishai Kelkar, UIDP Project Assistant, will be your go-to for questions about this series—contact firstname.lastname@example.org.