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Conflict of Interest in University Technology Transfer

Author(s): Mathieu, Ghislaine

Journal: BioéthiqueOnline
ISSN 1923-2799

Volume: 1;
Start page: 16;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: conflict of interest | conflict of commitment | university technology transfer | commercialization | patent

Conflicts of interest (COI) and commitment in universities are not only issues limited to university researchers; they may become issues for individuals’ professional actions or decisions at the level of administrative staff. For example, people associated with technology transfer licensing also need to be alert to COI, and to ensure they take appropriate measures to meet their commitments and work in line with the interests of their employer (the University) and the researchers with whom they work.
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