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Technology Development Coordinator (TDC) Office

David W. Bradley, Ph.D.
Technology Development Coordinator, NIDCR

Mission

The TDC office is responsible for technology transfer from the intramural research program at the NIDCR. Our ultimate goal is to improve public health by facilitating translation of research into practical benefits.

We promote further research on projects of interest to NIDCR investigators. Material exchanges with extramural scientists and for-profit companies heighten the impact of NIDCR research, enabling new hypothesis to be formulated and tested. NIDCR research is evaluated for possible inventions and potential licensees are identified.

We coordinate with other Institutes within the NIH to ensure consistent application and promotion of NIH policies. We work closely with the Office of Technology Transfer (OTT), encouraging further development of NIDCR research through licensing agreements with companies in the private sector.

We facilitate execution of a variety of legal agreements and documents, including Employee Invention Reports (EIRs), Material Transfer Agreements (MTAs), Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs), Clinical Trial Agreements, and Confidentiality Agreements (CDAs).  

Material Transfer Agreements

CRADA and Collaborative Opportunities

Contact

David W. Bradley, Ph.D.
Technology Development Coordinator
bradleyda@nidcr.nih.gov
tel 301.443.7513
fax 301.496.1005
cell 240.281.9172

Dr. Lawrence Wu, Ph.D.
zhi-liang.wu@nih.gov
Technology Development Specialist, TDS
tel 301.594.5423
fax 301.496.1005

Fernando J. Ponce
Office Manager
poncef@mail.nih.gov
tel 301.402.9242
fax 301.496.1005

Mailing Address:
NIDCR TDC Office
BLDG 10, RM 1N103
BG DEM1 RM 687-H
6701 DEMOCRACY BLVD. - MSC 4878
BETHESDA MD 20817-4878

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This page last updated: January 27, 2015