Posts by Nikki Borman
The original motivation for the Bayh-Dole Act was to encourage the commercialization of academic innovation so that new technologies could be available for the benefit of all. …
is the CEO and founder of Borman & Company, a consulting firm that helps research-intensive institutions advance effective technology transfer through every step along the path to commercialization. Nikki has an extensive track record of developing and implementing enhanced business models, workflows, financial structure, and regulatory reporting for leading academic institutions and medical research centers.
Prior to founding Borman & Company in 2007, Nikki worked in tech transfer and licensing at MIT and Brandeis University and put in her time providing advisory services at three of the big four: Ernest & Young, KPMG Advisory and PwC.
Nikki has been tasked as a peer reviewer for the DOD congressionally directed medical research programs and has served in various capacities for AUTM (Association of University Technology Managers) where she spearheaded the Better World Report.
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