The Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) is Cornell University's technology transfer office. We manage technology for Cornell's Ithaca campus, Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell Tech, and Cornell AgriTech in Geneva.

Connecting and Collaborating with Cornell

Capitalizing on intellectual collisions across our campuses has led to great innovation. With today’s travel restrictions, how does one ‘walk the halls’ to start these meaningful interactions?

 

On our Ithaca and Cornell Tech campuses, CTL’s Innovation Partnerships and Business Development teams actively track innovations and exciting research across the entire enterprise.

 

For Weill Cornell Medicine, Biopharma Alliances & Research Collaboration can help with the opportunities.

 

Connect with a member of the Cornell team to learn more about our latest faculty research and collaboration opportunities:

 

Ithaca, Geneva and Cornell Tech
Weill Cornell Medicine

Patrick Govang
Director, Innovation Partnerships

Larry Schlossman
Managing Director
Research Operations — Biopharma Alliances & Research Collab (WCMC)

Lynda Inséqué
Corporate Outreach and Engagement Manager

 

Connect With a Member of the Licensing and Business Development Team

 

Cornell Programs fuel our mutual success:

CTAM gap funding program gets you started

For over 5 year’s Cornell’s CTAM funding has fueled ideas and innovations in our research labs and beyond. This successful program offers the framework for you to virtually reach across our entire research enterprise of over 1,600 faculty to identify winning collaborations.
 
Opportunities With the CTAM Program
 
 

Gateway to Partnership Program streamlines contracting

Working collaboratively with our research staff should be straightforward, focused, and efficient. Cornell’s Gateway to Partnership program gets down to business streamlining negotiations for sponsored research agreements and subsequent commercialization.
 
Explore the Gateway to Partnership Program
 
Additional COVID-19 Resources at Cornell