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Suggested Citation:"Appendices." National Research Council. 1993. Intellectual Property Rights in Industry-Sponsored University Research: Guide to Alternatives for Research Agreements. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18426.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendices." National Research Council. 1993. Intellectual Property Rights in Industry-Sponsored University Research: Guide to Alternatives for Research Agreements. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18426.
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Appendix I Task Force on Intellectual Property Rights in Industry-Sponsored University Research Members Albert Barber (Chairman) Special Assistant to the Chancellor - UCLA University of California-Los Angeles Elaine L. Brock Senior Project Representative Division of Research Development and Administration The University of Michigan Jared Cohon17 Dean School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Yale University Leonard Fish Manager Research Operations & Licensing Amgen, Inc. Robert B. Isaacson Vice President of Technology Hoechst Celanese H. S. Duke Leahey Director Industrial Contracts & Licensing Washington University Melvyn Lieberman Professor of Physiology Director, University Associates Program Duke University Medical Center James McNeil Division Patent Counsel Abbott Laboratories Jay Moorin President and CEO Magainin Pharmaceuticals Inc. Lita Nelsen Director Technology Licensing Office Massachusetts Institute of Technology Martin Rachmeler Director, Technology Transfer Office University of California - San Diego Milton Stombler Director of Program Development College of Science Georgia Institute of Technology Edward Wong Managing Counsel Hewlett-Packard Company Staff: Casey Kiernan Senior Program Officer Linda Allen-Smith Administrative Assistant 17Vice Provost for Research, Johns Hopkins University when the Task Force was formed

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In 1988, a Roundtable committee, in conjunction with the Industrial Research Institute, developed a set of model agreements to streamline the negotiation process. The intent was that these models would decrease the time and effort needed to develop a research agreement, as well as provide a starting point for companies and universities new to negotiating agreements. In general, the models were well received by the academic and industrial communities. However, one concern, intellectual property rights, continues to pose significant hurdles to successful negotiation.

Intellectual Property Rights in Industry-Sponsored University Research: Guide to Alternatives for Research Agreements identifies the contentious issues related to intellectual property rights and develops contract language that makes it easier to negotiate agreements for industry-sponsored university research. This report clarifies issues that cross institutional boundaries when university-industry research agreements are negotiated.

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