Wendy M. Elliott

Ms Elliott is the Founder and Managing Director of Advanced Technology Management, Inc. She has more then 20 years of consulting, technology transfer, management, product development and engineering experience.

In her consulting practice Ms Elliott identifies and transfers technology to new venture businesses and multinational corporations. She conducts market and product assessments and works with companies to promote innovation using intellectual property management systems.

Prior to founding her company, Ms Elliott was a Manager in the, Industrial Liaison Program at MIT responsible for a multi-million dollar portfolio of European companies in the pharmaceutical, materials and manufacturing sector. She conducted technology assessments, identified new technology and licensing opportunities. During this time, she worked with an MIT Sloan research group on a global benchmarking study evaluating critical issues in the strategic management of technology. She has successfully developed strategic alliances for ILP member companies

Her earlier technical background included a position at Polaroid Corporation where, as a Project Leader and Research Engineer, Ms. Elliott co-managed the joint development and product diversification program and was responsible for scale-up and commercialization of a line of high-density magnetic media. Project Leader and Research Engineer where she gained experience in applied research and development including a background in film coating, battery coating and magnetics.

Additional experience includes work for the Irish government to: promote the commercialization of university based research; select US strategic alliance partners; and identifies venture capital funding. She has designed and managed the programs' short courses for international Senior Executives in the area of management of technology.

Ms Elliott received a BS in Chemical Engineering, and a MS Industrial Engineering, concentration Biomedical Engineering from Northeastern University; an SM in the Management of Technology from the Sloan School of Management/School of Engineering at MIT. She was a Visiting Scholar at the 304 hospital in Beijing China and is presently a part time Visiting Scholar at MIT where her research focuses on the acquisition and commercialization of technology.