3. Send the MTA project to the applicant for verification by their technology transfer office. Do not sign the MTA until the MTA has been approved and signed by the recipient`s technology transfer office. When materials and/or data are exchanged in both directions, this should be considered cooperation. To work with industry partners, you will find the icd Industry Collaborations page. For any cooperation with other academic institutions or non-profit organizations, please email Research Management Services (RMS). Please note that research material transferred as part of an MTA cannot be used in human subjects. If the material is a drug or device used by inhumane subjects, please follow the procedures described on the Clinical Trials page. UCSF senior investigators can download and use non-profit MTA models to transfer their material to other non-profit organizations if all the following criteria are met: Outgoing MTA Process. PNs should use the checklist of outgoing biological and chemical material transfer agreements in the university`s research management system (utdirect.utexas.edu/mta/mta.WBX) to obtain authorization to transmit equipment to other facilities or facilities. Fill out the information requested online and send the form electronically to the Environmental Safety and Environmental Safety Office (ETS). The ETS will check for compliance issues. Once approved by the ETS, the Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP) will work with you to generate an MTA.
The PSO or SEQE may request additional information before sending the outgoing MTA to the external institution for verification and signature. After the MTA is returned signed by the external institution, an approved signatory of the university will sign the MTA and inform the IP that documents can be sent to the external institution. It is important to follow all ETS instructions for shipping materials. – The equipment to be transferred has been developed in the UCSF laboratory. Government and enterprise contracts (CGGs) are responsible for the development and negotiation of sponsored contracts on behalf of the researcher and the university. A contract specialist advises you and helps you determine the best type of agreement for your project or collaboration. Each time a UCSF examiner sends UCSF devices, a hardware transfer contract (MTA) is required. Innovation Ventures` Office of Technology Management (OTM) assists you in your outgoing MTA for non-human hardware. When materials and/or data are exchanged in both directions, this should be considered cooperation. To work with industry partners, you`ll find the icd Industry Collaborations page. For any collaboration with other academic institutions or non-profit organizations, please email Research Management Services (RMS).
Commercial Contracts Transaction contracts are agreements that generate revenue or receive in-kind benefits from UCSF. A few examples of commercial contracts are: contractual documents relating to the transfer of institutional equipment to third parties or the purchase of equipment by an external entity. When UCSF receives revenue from a sponsored bonus MTA, all revenues under this directive must be considered as program revenues. If your outgoing MTA transfer does not meet the criteria for do-It-Yourself Outgoing Non-Profit MTAs, contact [email protected] for help. If your outgoing MTA transfer does not meet the non-profit do-it-yourself criteria or if a company requests materials from your lab, fill out this form for help during the transfer.