Whether you are new to Bayh-Dole reporting or have years of experience, NIH is offering two half-day workshops on May 3, packed with information and tips to help you improve compliance. Register today, before seating runs out.
Level: Beginner – Half Day (AM) Cost: $55.00
Intellectual Property: Understanding Requirements and Federal Funding Recipient Rights and Responsibilities
This workshop is designed for participants who have fewer than two years intellectual property experience or are new to Grants Management, Sponsored Program, or Technology Transfer or would like a refresher course.
Description: “To have a great idea, have a lot of them.” – Thomas Edison
Like a great idea, this Intellectual Property workshop starts at the beginning. This three hour workshop is designed to give participants a basic understanding of intellectual property; intellectual property rights and responsibilities; the Bayh-Dole Act and recipient compliance with the Act; and Inventions & Reporting via iEdison. Participants will interact with NIH staff and a NIH grantee by participating in case studies and asking questions.
Level: Intermediate/Advance – Half Day (PM) Cost: $55.00
Intellectual Property: An In-depth Look at iEdison
This four hour intellectual property workshop is intended for Grants Management, Sponsored Program, or Technology Transfer Professionals who have a basic understanding of intellectual property, intellectual property rights and responsibilities, the Bayh-Dole Act, and Inventions & Reporting via iEdison.
Description: “Anything that won’t sell, I don’t want to invent. Its sale is proof of utility, and utility is success.” – Thomas Edison
Now that you have an NIH funded invention, how do you comply with NIH policies and the Bayh-Dole Act while shepherding your invention to success? This is a four hour workshop for intermediate-advanced Grants Management, Sponsored Program, or Technology Transfer Professionals is designed to give participants a demonstration of Interagency Edison. To educate participants about compliance requirements, NIH faculty and a NIH grantee will provide a demonstrative walk through of the iEdison process from creating an iEdison account and disclosing inventions to reporting patent applications and patents to requesting waivers & submitting utilization reports and final invention statements. This workshop will also provide participants with an update regarding pending changes to the Bayh-Dole Act and an opportunity to participate in case studies and ask questions.
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If your role includes the need for a better understanding of the NIH grants process, then consider attending the 2-day seminar. Registration for the 2-day seminar is optional if you plan on attending the workshop(s). Read more on the Welcome page.