LL.B MBA Isaac T. KOHLBERG
Senior Associate Provost and Chief Technology Development Officer, Office of Technology Development, Harvard University, Cambridge
1979 Tel Aviv University School of Law, Tel Aviv, Israel, LL.B.
1980 University of Strasbourg, France, Diploma for French Cultural and Historical Studies
1981 INSEAD - Institut Europeen d'Administration aux Affaires, Fountainbleau, France, M.B.A.
1982 Mennen Medical Company Ltd., Tel Aviv, Israel, Marketing Manager
1986-1989 Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel. Managing Director, YEDA Research & Development Co. Ltd.. Led the technology transfer program at the Weizmann Institute of Science where he negotiated multiple joint venture and royalty deals which continue to pay dividends in the multi-million dollar range
1989-1998 Vice President for Industrial Liaison, New York University Medical Center. Established and led the office of Science and Technology Administration at NYU School of Medicine, with responsibility for sponsored programs, research administration, clinical trials and technology transfer
1989-2001 New York University, NY
1994-1998 Associate Dean, Science and Technology Administration, NYU Medical Center
1999-2001 Vice Provost, Vice Dean, Industrial Liaison and Research Administration, NYU School of Medicine Established and led the technology transfer program at New York University, NYU School of Medicine and its affiliated hospitals; established and led NYU School of Medicine s Clinical Trials Development program and guided NYU's participation in and served on the Board of the Biomedical Research Alliance of New York.
2001-2005 Tel Aviv University, Israel. Chief Executive Officer, Ramot and the Economic Corporation reorganized the technology licensing operation, Ramot, at Tel Aviv University. Hired new senior staff managing a total of 28 and recruited the board, made up predominately of industrialists and venture capitalists, to whom Ramot reports. Established and led the Economic Corporation at Tel Aviv University to oversee the revenue generation centers of the University including real estate and technology transfer and the newly formed functions of publishing and E-learning.
since 2005 Harvard University, responsible for the development of translating new knowledge and innovations into practical advances beneficial to society through technology transfer based on discoveries made throughout Harvard University.