Kaitlyn Crobar is the Technology Transfer Associate for the MUSC Foundation for Research Development (FRD). In this role, she evaluates MUSC inventions for intellectual property and commercial potential, manages intellectual property protection, markets technologies to prospective licensees, negotiates IP agreements, and counsel’s faculty in business development efforts, all to assist in commercializing MUSC clinical and research innovations.
Prior to joining FRD, Crobar graduated with her J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law where she completed the curricular program in Technology Commercialization Law Studies, was a senior research associate for the Innovation Law Center and was a student attorney in the Transactional Law Clinic. Crobar also holds a B.S. in Chemistry and a B.A. in Politics from Ithaca College.