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2015 Rookie of the Year Midwest

Since assuming the role of Chief of the Technology Transfer Office (TTO) at NASA’s Glenn Research Center (GRC) less than three years ago, Kimberly Dalgleish-Miller has shown time and again that she has the strategic vision to take GRC and NASA to great heights in terms of technology transfer...
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Andrew Burke, Ph.D. - National Cancer Institute

Andrew Burke, Ph.D., began his career in technology transfer in 2013 in a fellowship position at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Technology Transfer Center (TTC). Within months, his notable contributions stood out, and in October 2015 he successfully transitioned into a permanent role at the...
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Elizabeth Brooke Pyne

In November 2014, Brooke Pyne was designated the Office of Research and Technology Applications (ORTA) Representative and Technology Transfer (T2) Manager at Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division (Crane), a Navy laboratory located in rural Indiana, hours away from any major urban area...
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James Mitchell

James Mitchell is a Technology Enterprise Specialist with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). As the Technology Enterprise Specialist, he provides expert advice on all matters regarding intellectual property (IP), managing the bureau’s patent and licensing portfolio and coordinating with outside...
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Jenna Dix

One of Naval Surface Warfare Center – Crane Division’s (NSWC Crane) most impressive successes over the past year can be directly traced to its Technology Transfer (T2) Agreements Administrator, Jenna Dix, and her exceptional service and outstanding execution of the laboratory’s T2 responsibilities...
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Jonathan Sampson

Jonathan Sampson joined the Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC) technology transfer (T2) team in February 2014, initially as a 120-day developmental assignment. The assignment came during a critical transition time for the T2 team as it had just lost one full-time senior T2 professional to...
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Sidra Ahsan, Ph.D., National Cancer Institute

In less than two years, rookie Technology Transfer Manager Dr. Sidra Ahsan is making a significant, positive impact on behalf of the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Through a diligent effort to steadily increase her knowledge and application of technology transfer (T2), the volume and scope of...