CDC Technology Transfer Office (TTO) Overview
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Technology Transfer Office (TTO) partners with industry, academia, non-profits, and other government agencies to transfer CDC’s research portfolio into products and services to improve public health.
The photo shows a CDC scientist implementing molecular testing, in order to test for different types of polio. CDC PHIL photo, James Gathany.
CDC Global Health photo, Beth Ervin.
Learn about collaborative opportunities available to CDC researchers
Interested in collaborating with CDC scientists? Visit our “For Industry” section to learn more about opportunities with CDC and find out how you can collaborate with CDC scientists to help address unmet public health needs.
CDC scientists often provide solutions to unmet public health needs, by licensing or commercializing technologies. Here are a few ways CDC technologies have made an impact.
CDC OTI staff will participate in upcoming conferences. Please stop by our booth to learn more about CDC technologies, SBIR, and collaboration opportunities.
- AUTM Annual Conferenceexternal icon – San Diego, CA, March 8-11, 2020
- 2020 Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research (ACVR)external icon – Washington, DC, March 23-25, 2020
- Decennial 2020 – 6th International Conference on Healthcare Associated Infectionsexternal icon – Atlanta, GA, March 26-30, 2020
- 2020 National FLC Meetingexternal icon – Portland, OR, TBD late April, 2020
CDC Researchers interested in reporting new inventions, developing collaborative partnerships with outside parties, and beginning new agreements can visit our “For CDC Researchers” section to find out how to get started with CDC TTO’s assistance. (CDC photo, James Gathany.)