John Schneider is Director of Intellectual Assets for Arizona Technology Enterprises (AzTE), the technology transfer and commercialization arm of ASU. In that capacity, he is responsible for analyzing new technologies invented within ASU, recommending patenting strategies and interfacing with inventors and patent counsel.
In addition to receiving a Master of Legal Studies degree from ASU in 2009, Professor Schneider has an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from Princeton University, a masters degree in aerospace engineering from Penn State University, and a Ph.D. in bioengineering from ASU. While at ASU, he also studied science policy at the Brookings Institution and researched science education policy for the Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes (CSPO). He is a consultant to IasoTek LLC, a diagnostics company fielding a low-cost medical diagnostic device, and he is licensed to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Assistant: Deborah Relph
Ph.D. 2010, Bioengineering, Arizona State University
M.L.S.2009, Arizona State University
Certificate of Medical Device Commercialization & Regulatory Affairs, 2002, University of Washington
M.S. 1994 Aeospace Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
B.S.E. 1983, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University