Mr. Datlof is the Chief, Business Development and Commercialization for the Medical Technology Transfer Office at the US Army Medical Research and Development Command (USAMRDC). The USAMRDC partners with academia, not for profits, industry and other federal agencies to bring biomedical solutions to the Warfighter and civilians through licensing and cooperative research and development. Their portfolio includes technologies in therapeutics, vaccines, diagnostics, devices, and IT. They support inventors from MRDC, the U.S. Army Medical Command, and whenever biomedical licensing expertise is needed. Labs are located throughout the U.S. and overseas.
He is an entrepreneur as well. He cofounded Pregamma, LLC, a female fertility company dedicated to significantly improving the ability of women in their late thirties and early forties to conceive and achieve healthy, full-term pregnancies. Pregmama developed Veriploid™ therapy to prevent egg infertility and enable healthy babies to be brought into this world and recently saw the first baby to be born using this technology. He also founded BirchBob, the first XML-based search engine for identifying technologies available for licensing from government, academic, and industry labs.
Previously, he founded the technology transfer offices for the American Red Cross and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. He received an MBA from the University of Chicago and BA from Swarthmore College.