Dr Ananay Aguilar - Research Commercialisation Policy Advisor
Ananay supports TenU in articulating and disseminating best practice in research commercialisation. TenU is an association of 10 world-leading universities created to share best practice with the HE community and to advise UK and US governments on increasing the societal impact of research.
Prior to joining Cambridge Enterprise, Ananay worked as an independent consultant connecting policy and research in the areas of copyright, cultural policy and diversity. Her clients included the International Federation of Musicians, Haus der Kulturen der Welt and the Ivors Academy.
She previously held a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship and a Mellon Disciplinary Innovation Teaching Fellowship with a focus on music, copyright and policy.
Ananay continues to be affiliated with the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) and to mentor early career researchers as part of the University’s Office for Postdoctoral Affairs Mentorship Scheme.
Ananay joined Cambridge Enterprise in June 2020.