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Vicki A. Barbur, Ph.D., is currently supporting the Technology Transfer Office, The MITRE Corporation, where she works closely with the organization's engineers, scientists and the MITRE Research Programs to stimulate innovation and facilitate collaboration among researchers, academic institutions and federal laboratories interested in developing MITRE's innovations. As a not-for-profit organization that operates federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs), MITRE offers expertise in a wide range of technologies, from big data to human language technology to wireless communications, and transfers successful technology directly to its government sponsors or to industry through licensing, including commercialization and open source. Prior to joining MITRE in October 2016, Barbur was the Senior Vice President & Chief Technical Officer at Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC). Her efforts at CTC focused on building and directing the company's technical capabilities, overseeing research and development activities, and maintaining a sound plan of technical organization. Dr. Barbur earned a Ph.D. in physics from Imperial College, University of London, and a MSc in Applied Statistics from the University of Oxford, both in the UK. She also holds an Executive MBA in global executive leadership from Amos Tuck Business School, Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire as well as a BSc in Physics from Imperial College, University of London. Previously, Dr. Barbur served as Vice President of Research and Development for the medical segment at Cardinal Health. While at Cardinal Health, she was responsible for the development of new products in the healthcare environment. She oversaw development platforms that utilized novel characteristics of materials and coatings to enhance barrier protection, improve strength, and increase absorbency. Additionally, as the Technology Director at Kodak for research and development efforts, she was focused on specialty products that included nanomaterials. Dr. Barbur is widely published in peer-reviewed journals and holds three U.S. and one European patent based on her work associated with applying novel statistical principles to processing methodologies.