Center on Knowledge Translation for Technology Transfer (KT4TT)
Joe Lane engages government, academic and industry sectors in the issues associated with systematically generating technology-based innovations with beneficial socioeconomic impacts.
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Kimberly Naus coordinates the training services for the Center for Assistive Technology including individual and group training for consumers, school districts, counselors, and other service providers.
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Sue Arnold is responsible for website design and content, pre/post material submission for publications and presentations for the Center on KT4TT.
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Erin is an Occupational Therapist and UB alumnus, who works directly with individuals with various disabilities to evaluate and implement assistive technology that facilitates independence and attainment of their goals.
Jen Flagg has more than a decade of experience in the commercialization of medical and assistive technology devices.
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Ivan Gonzalez works with persons involved in CAT's client services through State contracts, School districts or private payment who have previously participated in CAT's assessment services.
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Jim Leahy leads the “Participatory Observer Project” for the Center on KT4TT at the University at Buffalo.
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Michelle Lockett develops relationships with other NIDILRR technology grantees in search of barriers and best practices involved in the process of product development and technology transfer.
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Jim Peron directs the Center’s Design and Fabrication Shop where he designs and fabricates in any and all materials.
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As a project team member for 14 years, Dr. Vathsala Stone has designed all of our research projects as well as our evaluation programs.
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Douglas Whitford processes loan requests for the New Your State Commission for the Blind.
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Christine works with people of different abilities with The Center for Assistive Technology Client Services, and training clients to reach their educational and professional goals with Assistive Technology.
As a graphic designer with CAT since 1999, Laurie Yarnes has been instrumental in designing creative promotional material to enhance the Center on KT4TT.
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The CAT Program Office and Research & Development Project Office are located off campus at 100 Sylvan Parkway, Suite 400, Amherst, NY 14228.
CAT Client Service is located off campus at 315 Alberta Drive, Suite 102 Amherst, NY 14226.