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The presentation by Thomas Mackie on designing an entrepreneurial university discusses many of the practices in place at the University of Wisconsin, where he teaches. The speaker is a faculty member both in the School of Medicine and Public Health and in the College of Engineering as a professor of medical physics and of biomedical engineering. In the presentation by Thomas Mackie, the academic shares examples of spin-off companies he helped develop, including TomoTherapy where he acts as chairman, co-founder and co-inventor.
Thomas Rockwell Mackie has been at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for over 25 years and has been a Professor Emeritus since 2011. Throughout his career he has gained considerable experience in career building and business development.
Featured Keynote - Developing Enterprising Universities
Thomas Mackie's Entrepreneurship Lecture Describes Plans
In his entrepreneurship lecture, University of Wisconsin Professor Thomas Mackie talks about how to improve the economy and make universities better. The speaker shares a blueprint for how any... Read More