The Office of Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer would like to announce some additions to the Technology Transfer Office.
Kim Rosenfield, Esq. has joined as Contracts Officer, and is responsible for MTAs, NDAs, and IP clauses in industry contracts.
Kim brings a wealth of experience serving as a legal and business consultant to universities, hospitals, researchers, and entrepreneurs. Formerly the General Counsel and Secretary of the Research Foundation for the State University of New York, which manages all sponsored program revenues ($1B) and intellectual property for SUNY’s 32 colleges and medical centers, Kim also worked at the technology licensing offices at MIT and Partners Healthcare. She has worked with start-ups both as a founding executive and general counsel, and was also in-house counsel at a publicly-traded medical device company. She negotiated many agreements as a partner at Mintz Levin, a Boston law firm, and head of the intellectual property transactions practice at Sirote Permutt, in Birmingham, Alabama.
A graduate of Yale, Kim received her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law. Her dad and 2 brothers are Dartmouth alumni, and she has 4 children living in LA, NYC, Denver, and Africa. They all love to visit her at her home in New London.
Patrick Bradley, Esq. has joined as Senior Business Development and Licensing Manager and is responsible for the strategic management and commercial development of intellectual property and technologies created at Dartmouth.
Prior to joining Dartmouth, Patrick worked for Partners Healthcare in Boston and licensed technology arising from the Harvard Medical School faculty at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Before that, from 2005 to 2015, Patrick was a partner at McAndrews, Held & Malloy, Ltd., an intellectual property law firm in Chicago, and a consultant to biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.
Patrick received his JD from Harvard Law School. He also received a BS from Duke University, where he majored in biology with a concentration in genetics. He lives in Norwich, VT with his wife and four children.