Stephanie A. Miller, Ph.D., joined ERAU in May 2013 to establish the university’s first technology transfer office, enabling university research results to become real-world products. In this capacity she evaluates ERAU inventions for intellectual property protection potential and markets those assets to industry for licensing, development, and production. She previously held positions at the University of Virginia Licensing & Ventures Group, evaluating and marketing technologies primarily in the areas of medical diagnostics and therapeutics. Miller earned her B.S. in Biotechnology at the University of Delaware and her M.S. in Biological and Physical Sciences and Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics from the University of Virginia.
The Office of Sponsored Research Administration
The Office of Sponsored Research Administration (OSR) is responsible for the negotiation and acceptance of grants for research projects at Embry-Riddle. For more information on OSR, visit their ERNIE site.
Daytona Beach Campus
Kadie Hayward Mullins Director of Undergraduate Research