Dr. Eric Gosink has worked for 18 years leading and directing technology licensing, commercialization and business development programs. Prior to joining UC Riverside, he served as the Director of Technology Transfer for Loma Linda University Health (LLUH) where he built key processes and organized teams to evaluate and commercialize translational biomedical research, while simultaneously reducing patent expenses by almost 90%. Most recently, he laid the foundations for entrepreneurial development in starting n 3 eight, a business incubator program at LLUH. Eric has served as a commercialization consultant for multiple universities, led the successful launch of a new cell culture product line at Life Technologies Corporation, and held senior technology transfer roles at UC San Diego and the University of Utah.
Eric served as a post-doctoral research fellow studying cellular biology after receiving a PhD and MS in Physiology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He also worked as a research technician for the Veterans Administration Medical Center and obtained a BA in Biochemistry & Cellular Biology from UC San Diego.