This four-week course, with four 1.5 hour sessions, is for those starting new science- or medicine-based ventures. We focus on for-profit ventures that have the potential to scale to solve important healthcare problems.
We will cover key topics such as how to know if your idea is a commercial opportunity, business plans, business models, Intellectual property and investment. You will gain exposure to the world of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial mindset in four lectures/Q&A sessions.
The course is appropriate for clinical or research faculty/students, post docs, or PhD and Masters students who are curious about the startup world or are considering whether to do a startup.
This courrse is full, but we plan to offer a similar course in the New Year. If you are interested in learning more about classes, workshops and other activities to learn about entrpreneurship in the life sciences industry, please complete this contact form
Thursday, October 17 to 7:30pm
Mission Hall 550 16th Street