The LifeArc Technology Transfer Fellowship is run in partnership with Imperial Innovations, Queen Mary Innovation and UCL Business (UCLB), the technology transfer offices for Imperial College London, Queen Mary University of London and University College London respectively.
With competitive entry level salaries provided by LifeArc, the fellowships are designed to provide training and hands-on practical experience in four of London’s leading technology transfer environments.
The participation of four leading life science technology transfer organisations in the training will provide fellows with experience in a broad range of activities, science, technology mix and technology transfer practices.
The 2021 Fellowship year will start on Monday 14 June. If you are able to start on this date, and you fulfil the requirements as outlined in the full job description, please send your CV and a covering letter explaining why you want to work in technology transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org by 23 April 2021.
What skills do you need for tech transfer?
Life sciences technology transfer professionals need to be able to:
- critically assess biological science
- understand the complexity of the drug discovery process
- have a good knowledge of intellectual property management
- possess good business acumen
- be able to communicate complex scientific concepts effectively to a range of stakeholders.
It also helps if they understand the academic world as well as the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. The Fellowship programme is designed to help you develop these skills.
To find out more about our technology transfer fellowship programmes please use the form below and select Technology Transfer Fellows Programme: