The Office for Technology Transfer and Licensing (OTTL) website offers the Boston College community guidance and resources to assist them in identifying, protecting, and commercializing innovations and seeks to engage the broader business community in identifying innovations and faculty research programs of interest.
The mission of the Office of Technology Transfer and Licensing (OTTL) is to assist faculty and student in moving innovative ideas from the university into the marketplace for the benefit of society.
The Boston College Office for Technology Transfer and Licensing will achieve its mission by:
- Protecting the intellectual property discovered and created by members of the BC community
- Supporting faculties and students to commercialize their inventions
- Promoting innovation, entrepreneurship, and industry collaborations
- Boston College OTTL Invention Disclosure Form
- Boston College OTTL Intellectual Property Agreement Form
- Patent Presentation
- Bayh-Dole Act Presentation
- Bayh-Dole Act FAQs
- Start-Up and Venture Capital Presentation
- Software Information
- Software License Comparisons
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
- The Association of University Technology Managers
- Bayh-Dole Act
- Patent Cooperation Treaty
- United States Copyright Office
- United States Copyright Office Copyright Basics Guidebook
- Lab Notebook Guidelines
- Uniform Biological Materials Transfer Agreement
Senior Licensing Associate
Jill joined OTTL in June 2014. Her interest in the commercialization of technology, stemmed from her prior experience as an inventor, when part of her Ph.D. research in the area of the treatment of renal disease was patented and optioned. Jill previously served as a licensing associate at Tufts University. She has substantial scientific expertise and intellectual property law experience. Jill is a Registered U.S. Patent Agent and worked for over three years at a national law firm. She conducted patentability assessments of inventions and prepared and prosecuted U.S. and international patent applications in the biotechnology field for many corporate and academic clients. She has a broad range of interests within the field of biotechnology, including biomaterials, polymer science, and drug delivery.
Jill received an undergraduate degree in biology and a Ph.D. in biomedical science from Brown University. She conducted post-doctoral research at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. Jill is a current member of AUTM and the Boston Patent Law Association (BPLA).
Mo-Ying joined OTTL in 2013, and she manages licensing cases related to life science inventions. Prior to joining OTTL, Mo-Ying earned her Ph.D. degree from Tufts University Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. She received her postdoctoral training at Tufts Medical Center, where she conducted several preclinical trials to study leukemogenesis mediated by BCR-ABL1 through retroviral bone marrow transplanatation mouse model.