Congratulations to the 36 professionals who passed the Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) exam during the October 2017 exam window. The exam was offered October 1 through 31. The newly certified individuals represent 24 employers and 7 countries.
The CLP Board of Governors welcomes these new certificants to the global community of Certified Licensing Professionals. A searchable database of all CLP-certified professionals is available online.
Subashini Asokan, GE Oil & Gas
Alessandro Badini Confalonieri, MSD
Christine Bell, Christie Bell, Inc.
Leza Besemann, University of Minnesota
Gary Bloomer, Montana State University
J Brady, Abbott Laboratories
Julien Brohan, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Nathaniel Butlin, Lumiphore, Inc.
Patrick Emmerling, Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Jill Gold, NYU
Gary Grantham, Grantham Legal Associates, LLC.
Patrick Halloran, Patrick J. Halloran, Ph.D., J.D.
James Howard, Juno Therapeutics, Inc.
Cole Johnson, University of Chicago
Robert Johnson, Merck & Co., Inc.
Bobby Kanuga, Merck & Co., Inc.
Dharmesh Kharwar, MSD Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd.
Lawrence Lau, University of Southern California
Austin Leach, Techlink
Kenneth Marran, Merck & Co., Inc.
Robert Martin, Microsoft Corporation
Lauri McCallum, Merck & Co., Inc.
Osama Nabulsi, Hikma Pharmaceuticals
Rakesh Venkatakrishna Pandit, University of Southern California
Eric Payne, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Orlando Perez, Merck & Co., Inc.
Michael Polizzi, Merck & Co., Inc.
Bradley Shaw, Michigan State University
Steven Simroth, Merck & Co., Inc.
Jørund Sollid, Inven2 AS
Jnate Souvenir, Merck & Co., Inc.
Richard Stankunas, Merck & Co., Inc.
Sergey Ulyakhin, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Pradeep Kumar Vasudevan Pillai, MSD International Gmbh
Bonnie Wolfe, USC Stevens Center for Innovation
Renee Wong, Navigant Consulting
Exam statistics for all previous testing windows, are available online as well.
2017 Program Status Report Now Available for Download
The 2017 Program Status Report is now available for download. The 2017 report builds on the CLP Registry Book, first published in 2013. The 2017 report includes a CLP program overview, leadership information, committee and marketing highlights for the year, certificant bios, and valuable data about the CLP community that now encompasses more than 800 individuals from the United States and approximately 30 other countries across the globe.
The goal of this publication is to serve as a resource to both the community of CLP‐certified professionals as well the licensing and technology transfer profession as a whole.
Has Your Credential Expired?
Did your CLP credential expire within the previous year? If so, you may still renew the credential without sitting for the CLP exam. CLP offers a one year grace period during which individuals may renew the credential by completing the CLP Recertification application and paying the recertification fee in addition to a late fee. You do not need to notify CLP of your intent to take advantage of the grace period. Simply login to your account and complete the application, but don't wait - the grace period ends exactly one year following the original expiration date.
CLP Emeritus Status Application Period Open
CLP, Inc. has begun accepting applications for the CLP Emeritus status – a designation that will recognize individuals who have earned and held the Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) credential, in good standing, but are now retired from full-time employment. The offering comes at the requests of, and in order to recognize, CLP certificants who have had successful careers in licensing/IP but are no longer able to maintain the credential due to their employment status.
In order to apply, individuals must meet all eligibility requirements for the designation as outlined on the CLP web site and submit the corresponding application.
View the Rest of CLP Connection, Winter Edition, 2018
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