Andrew Wooten, MS, MBA

Andrew Wooten, MS, MBA

Andrew Wooten, MS, MBA, has been named Vice President of the Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC) at Cincinnati Children’s. His role is to identify medical center discoveries with promising commercial potential and help them advance to the marketplace.

Wooten formerly served as founding Executive Director of the Innovation Development Center at Baylor University. He has held positions in industry, academia, and as a biotechnology entrepreneur. He has a BA in chemistry from Berea College, an MS in biotechnology from the University of Georgia, and an MBA from Mercer University.

“I’m excited to join a world-class clinical and research institution with a rich history of transformational commercial successes,” Wooten says. “My hope is to build on a great foundation and elevate Cincinnati Children’s pediatric innovation programs to even greater levels of success as a leader in improving child health.”