Eleven years ago, Nationwide Children’s Hospital started the Office of Technology Commercialization to help transfer inventions and innovations from the hospital’s research department to market. It has come a long way since then and is poised to become a gene therapy center. Matt McFarland, vice president of commercialization for the hospital, said efforts have expanded in recent years, topping out in 2017 with revenue of $36 million. He spoke recently with Columbus CEO, a sister publication to The Dispatch.
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Written by Kathy Lynn Gray.
Originally published March 9, 2019.