Benchmarked seven biomedically oriented university research parks in a project for Georgetown University/MedStar to envision a Bio-Tech Research and Development Park at the Washington Hospital Center.

Project staff for for the Industrial and Technology Assistance Corporation (ITAC) in conducting a review of business incubators in NYS, funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and NYSTAR.

Benchmarked university research parks in six regions as part of a state-sponsored strategy project for East Baltimore Development Incorporated, resulting in strategy for a research park adjacent to The Johns Hopkins University medical campus.

Benchmarked leading national programs in genetic epidemiology as part of a project to assist MetroHealth system in Cleveland (a teaching affiliate of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine) in expanding its capacity for translational research.

 

 

Benchmarked six competing regions with bioscience cluster strategies for the (former) Edison Biotechnology Center of Central Ohio.

Central Ohio Biotech

 

Benchmarked 10 bioscience university research parks as part of a strategy project for the Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority, developer of what became the Colorado Bioscience Park in Aurora.

Benchmarked the then-nascent technology transfer office of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation against those of six universities with large medical schools and three peer-competitor hospitals. This project led directly to creation of what is now the CCF Innovations tech transfer unit.

Principal researcher and author of a “framework for a technology strategy” for the City of New York, performed through ITAC and funded by discretionary funds controlled by the Speaker of New York City Council.

TechNY

Project staff for the former Business, Labor and Community Coalition of New York City, developing a concept for a World Science Center™.

Not a consulting engagement, but a volunteer effort conducted while also employed full-time. Co-chair and part-author of the 1995 Spruce Hill Community Renewal Plan, winner of the 1997 Pennsylvania Planning Association’s (PPA) top award for “comprehensive planning by a small community.” This plan was also described as  “visionary and emphatic” and a key influence on Judith Rodin’s West Philadelphia Initiative (see Pucket and Lloyd’s Becoming Penn, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015.)1.

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