Carey Harrington Adolfsson is the founder of DTA her expertise is in converting ideas into revenues by helping companies access federal grants and developing strategic alliances. Her research market studies include topics such as; Combat Casualty Care, CBRN, Biometrics, Vaccines/Therapeutics and Diagnostics. She serves on the Swedish American Chamber of Commerce Advisory Board, the MIT Forum Production Committee, the BE WiSE program committee and is currently the Director for Women in Technology International San Diego Regional Network (WITI). Carey graduated from the University of Redlands with a BS in Business Administration. She attended school in Mexico and France, and graduated from the Global BioExecutive Program at the Haas School of Management at UC Berkeley.
Dr. Stuart Gordon spent 25 years teaching research on blood coagulation in cancer. He has held Director positions in three university research centers and within those programs of Technology Transfer showed significant growth and success. The universities are University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, San Diego State University and CSU San Bernardino. In all three positions there was focus on creating new companies and builiding economic value for the community. Dr. Gordon was the editor for 2 international scientific journals, and the Vice President for Communication for the Association of University Technology Transfer. (AUTM) Dr. Gordon is a sought after speaker on Best Practices in Technology Transfer and has spoken throughout Europe, the U.S. and Latin America.