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OHSU commercial collaborations have surged
Date:8/26/2008

us year and 89 the year before. Overall, a total of 545 commercialization agreements have been signed in the last five years.
  • The university's income for the fiscal year from commercialization agreements was $4.7 million, up from $1.2 million the previous year. Of that total, $3.8 million consisted of a one-time sublicensing fee received from Novacea, Inc., an OHSU start-up company.
  • A total of 442 material transfer agreements (MTAs) were completed versus 358 the previous year and 329 the year before. MTAs are short-term contracts governing the exchange of research materials ranging from cell lines, cultures and proteins to pharmaceuticals, reagents, software and data with corporate researchers or researchers at other non-profit institutions. A total of 1,646 MTAs were completed in the last five years.
  • Seventy-nine non-disclosure, or confidentiality, agreements were signed in fiscal year 2008, compared with 76 the previous year, 51 the year prior for a total of 316 over the last five years. Non-disclosure agreements govern how recipients, generally businesses, can use proprietary information provided by an OHSU researcher to protect patent rights.

    Increases in both MTAs and non-disclosure agreements reflect the open and collaborative nature of OHSU faculty in working with colleagues in industry as well as other academic institutions.


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  • Contact: Harry Lenhart
    lenharth@ohsu.edu
    503-494-8231
    Oregon Health & Science University
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