Vincent La Terza Named Director Of Technology Transfer And Commercialization
Vincent La Terza, assistant vice president and senior licensing agent at Georgia State University since 2017, has been named associate vice president of research and director of technology transfer and commercialization at Georgia State.
He leads the university’s Office of Technology Licensing and Commercialization, which helps scientists bring their inventions and discoveries from the lab into the marketplace.
La Terza, an attorney, is an experienced biopharma entrepreneur and has worked in technology transfer for the University of Georgia, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, where he was the university’s first director of technology transfer.
“We are delighted to name Vince La Terza as head of the technology and commercialization office,” said James Weyhenmeyer, vice president of research and economic development at Georgia State. “Vince has deep experience in moving innovation to market through direct licensing and early-stage company development.”