D. Glass Associates, Inc.
David J. Glass, Ph.D.
Qualifications and
Experience

Summary of Qualifications and Experience 

David Glass has a Ph.D. degree in biochemistry and over thirty years of diverse management experience in several fields of biotechnology, including medical, agricultural, industrial and environmental applications. Dr. Glass's primary areas of expertise are government and regulatory affairs for renewable fuels and industrial biotechnology; and licensing, technology transfer and strategic patent management.

Renewable Fuels and Industrial Biotechnology Licensing, Tech Transfer and Strategic Patent Management

Professional Experience

October 1990 to present
(full-time 2001-2011 and 2014-present; part-time at all other times)
D. Glass Associates, Inc., consulting in industrial, environmental and agricultural biotechnology, focused on regulatory affairs, market assessments and other management consulting in renewable fuels, biofuels and bio-based chemicals, bioremediation and phytoremediation (click here for representative client list).
Also offering consulting services in technology licensing, strategic patent management, and technology transfer. Currently handling tech transfer functions for the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (2014 to present) and providing invention evaluation and other tech transfer support to Western New England University (July 2017 to present). Served as Interim Licensing Manager at Partners Healthcare Innovation (July 2016 to June 2017), during an employee's extended leave.
May 2011 to June 2016

Joule Unlimited Technologies, Inc., Director of Regulatory Affairs, 2011-2013. Regulatory Affairs Consultant, 2014-2016.
April 2001 to October 2011 D. Glass Associates, Inc., carried out a variety of assignments in licensing, technology transfer and strategic patent management. Worked as a consultant or part-time employee at McLean Hospital (consultant, 2001-2005, Senior Associate Director, Technology Transfer, 2005-2011), Joslin Diabetes Center (consultant, 2001-2006, Director, Technology Transfer, 2006-2011), Baystate Health, Intermountain Health Care, Keel Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Nanoframes LLC, and Evolved Nanomaterial Sciences, Inc., among others.
April 2001 to October 2005 Chief Executive Officer, Applied PhytoGenetics, Inc. (part-time position)
January 1999 to April 2001 Associate Director, Corporate Sponsored Research and Licensing,
Massachusetts General Hospital.
May 1991 to December 1998 Associate Director for Patents, Office of Technology Affairs,
Massachusetts General Hospital.
February 1988 to October 1990 Vice President, Government and Regulatory Affairs, BioTechnica Agriculture, Inc.
April 1983 to February 1988 Director, Patents and Regulatory Affairs, BioTechnica International, Inc.
July 1981 to April 1983 Executive Assistant and Research Scientist, BioTechnica International, Inc.

Education

Princeton University, Ph.D., Biochemical Sciences, 1981.

Cornell University, B.S., Biological Sciences, 1975.


[Curriculum Vitae]

[List of Publications]

[Published Market Reports]

[Selected Speaking Appearances]


[Renewable Fuels/Industrial Biotechnology Home Page] [Patents and Licensing Home Page]
[Return to D. Glass Associates Home Page]