Marck is an innovation manager with MedStar Inventor Services at the MedStar Institute for Innovation (MI2). In his role, Marck engages with inventors; sets strategies to commercialize MedStar technology; assesses commercial market; develops technologies including prototyping and testing; identifies funding for development; develops financial models; identifies appropriate commercial partners; structures and negotiates deal terms; and executes and enforces agreements.
Prior to joining MI2, Marck was the physical sciences licensing analyst for the Office of Technology Commercialization at the University of Maryland College Park, where he identified university discoveries and inventions for commercial potential through direct interaction with university scientific, licensing, and intellectual property staff.
Marck holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering as well as a Master of Science in innovation technological entrepreneurship from the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell). During his tenure at UMass Lowell, Marck was a graduate fellow in the Office of Student Activities and Leadership, where he assisted in the implementation of the UMass Lowell Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship DifferenceMaker program. He also worked closely with various university entrepreneurial initiatives such as the Merrimack Valley Sandbox Campus Catalyst Program, which provides connections, support, and seed grants to students to execute their entrepreneurial ideas.