Maria Carmela Basile has been appointed Member of MSIC’s International Advisory Board
Maria Carmela Basile is the Head of the Technology Transfer Office of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) Italy's largest research institution and the fourth in Europe, covering all ranges of scientific, technological, and social sciences.
As director of the TTO, she oversees and coordinates a staff of more than 20 people involved in the management and exploitation of patents and other IPRs, the generation of spinoff and startups, and the communication, dissemination, and promotion of research results.
She has a 15 years experience in the management and coordination of technology transfer projects and in the implementation of strategic partnerships with both public and private entities to support research and innovation.
She is a member of several committees dealing with the evaluation of the research activities, support and financing of proof-of-concept projects, policy making and regulations on industrial property.
She also coordinates CNR’s participation in many national and international projects for open innovation, technology transfer, business innovation and internationalization as well as training programs on technology transfer dedicated to both researchers and enterprises.
She has been a speaker at several national and international conferences and lecturer in Technology Transfer and Innovation courses at the post-graduation level.
The MSIC’s International Advisory Board charge is to support the Board of Directors in defining programmatic, strategic and innovative activities, so that they will yield increasingly competitive effects, aiming at the facilitation of the creation of informational institutional Italy-USA networks on topics and opportunities offered by respective markets, intercepting and sharing new and strategic business models, generating outgoing e incoming processes for the development of new enterprises on their respective territories, particularly those with high degree of technological innovation. Thus, the distinguished committee will act on promoting, redirecting and stimulating the development of technologically advanced industrial base, ultimately maximizing the value of the network.
Fonte: Ufficio Stampa Miami Scientific Italian Community
Paese: ITALIA, Stati Uniti d'America
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