For Medical Center Clients
Advised on mission and direction regarding entrepreneurship at a $4.6B
medical center development, including appropriate business model,
institutional structure and national business strategy. Work has directly
contributed to jump starting this effort and has brought the center to
national prominence, assisting in bringing an entire metropolitan area
together in a shared goal.
Supported the iEdison reporting requirements for a $120 million portfolio of federally funded grants at a Boston-based medical institution known worldwide for its leadership in research, innovation and patient care. Taking the process from beginning to end required intensive data forensics to investigate more that 10,000 utilization reports and remediate the data, sourced from diverse platforms. Once the project was completed, Borman and Company put processes in place and trained the institution’s staff to support Bayh-Dole compliance demands going forward. For more about this project download the case study.
Advised the world’s top blood research laboratory with regard to crucial IP security measures. We also developed a tailored technology licensing
model and strategy to effectively capture and commercialize innovations
arising from its research. Our efforts helped move the laboratory into
effective IP management practices.
“Compliance and reporting for federally funded research has become more and more complex. We called on Borman & Company to help our medical research center optimize procedures for iEdison reporting and to structure the organization for success going forward. For our established IP office, that handles a high volume of patents, this involved going back over 20 years of history to reconstruct the data. Over the course of the institution’s history we have had numerous technology platform changes and an IP portfolio that included patents acquired through a merger. This only added to the complexity of the challenge. Borman & Company is in the process of getting our house in order and our team trained and prepared to carry new procedures forward.”
Senior Director, Innovation Office
Major Medical Research Center