Lance Graul (’17 & ’22) is a Licensing Associate for Texas A&M Innovation, where he primarily manages the Engineering Medicine innovation portfolio, as well as other medical device related intellectual property (IP). He was a Commercialization Fellow with the TEES Commercialization & Entrepreneurship office for two years where he worked on numerous commercialization projects, including a multi-million-dollar ARPA-E Dept. of Energy project. Lance developed the Technology-to-Market (T2M) plan for the project and presented on multiple occasions to the ARPA-E leadership, facilitated multiple industry partnerships, and co-managed the IP strategy. Lance received his B.S.E. in Biomedical Engineering and B.A. in Classics from Case Western Reserve University, and his M.Eng. and Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M University. He is currently a full-time law student at the University of South Carolina Law School with the intent to become an IP lawyer after graduation.
Lance is married to Dr. Meghan Graul (they met in graduate school at Texas A&M, Whoop!) and they have an oversized, overexcited, and overall nutty dachshund-terrier mix named Belle. The Drs. Graul enjoy watching all Aggie sports (especially football), playing board games with friends, working out together, cooking new recipes on Sundays, binging TV shows, going on fun weekend adventures, and much more. Lance was born and raised in Bryan, TX, and comes from a large family of Aggies. Lance and Meghan currently reside in Columbia, SC.