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Industrial Contracts Officer, Office of Technology Licensing (OTL)
BioEmma Yang is an Industrial Contracts Officer in the Industrial Contracts Office at Stanford. She specializes in negotiating industry sponsored research agreements, material transfer agreements, research collaboration agreements, equipment loan agreements, nondisclosure agreements and data use agreements. She also works collaboratively with both internal and external stakeholders to ensure that research agreements comply with Stanford policies and practices.
Previous Work Experience:
Euronet Worldwide, Inc. (Legal Counsel)
The British Council (Legal Adviser)
Victoria University of Melbourne, Australia (Commercial Lawyer)
DLA Piper, Wellington, New Zealand (Solicitor)
Handles Sponsored Research Agreements, Collaboration Agreements and Material Transfer Agreements
Assistant Director for Intellectual Property, Office of Technology Licensing (OTL)
BioJustin Zahrt is Assistant Director for Intellectual Property at the Stanford Office of Technology Licensing. Prior to joining Stanford, he was a partner at Rimon Law, subsequent to his partnership at Duane Morris, LLP. At both law firms, Justin specialized in IP portfolio management and counseling, including preparation and prosecution of patent applications, in both the United States and worldwide, providing a full spectrum of protection for client inventions and technology.
MBA, expected graduation 2023
Masters Student in Environment and Resources, admitted Spring 2022
HIT Program Intern, Office of Technology Licensing (OTL)
BioYutong has five years experience working in Australia's federal research organisation, CSIRO, where he developed and commercialized technologies in mineral processing, advanced materials, pharmaceuticals, and chemical reactors. He holds one utility patent and twelve design patents. Yutong is currently pursuing an MBA degree at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford. He also holds a bachelor and master of chemical engineering from the University of Queensland in Australia.
Five years technology commercialization and business development experience at Australia's federal research organization focusing on mineral processing, advanced materials, and chemical engineering.
MBA Intern in the High-potential Innovation Translation (HIT) Fund and Program. Responsible for evaluating technology and developing product-market fit and commercialization strategy.