Biomedical Entrepreneurship Summer Course

 

This intensive biomedical entrepreneurship course is designed to bridge the gap between biomedical researchers and the mainstream customer by providing a practical understanding of what is required to bring products to the marketplace and the roadmap to get there. Enrollment for our 2019 Course (June 13-21) is now closed.  This course is free for selected applicants.  Travel and housing are covered for out-of-state participants.  

2019 Seminar Series--public seminars that are open to all that accompany the course!

DateTitlePresenter 

June 14

HSRF 300

12-1PM

Designing and Building CARs for TherapyCharles Sentman, Ph.D., The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth CollegeBio

June 17

HSRF 300

12-1PM

Learn how FDA Regulation Applies to Your InventionDavid McMillan, Ph.D., FDA ToxicologistBio

June 18

HSRF 300

12-1PM

Patent Basics for Inventors, Entrepreneurs, and Start-UpsDanial Kolker, Ph.D., Supervisory Patent Examiner, USPTOBio

June 19

HSRF 300

12-1PM

First Steps to Turn Your Idea into a Start-UpSarah O'Connell Kalil, CEO at CoreMap, Inc.Bio

June 20

HSRF 400

3-4PM

Experiences of a Life Science EntrepreneurJerry Williamson, Ph.D., CEO at NanoView Biosciences Bio

2018 Seminar Series

DateTitlePresenter 

June 15

HSRF 300

12-1 PM


Intellectual Property: What? How? and Why?

Matt Beaudet, Senior Legal Counsel, Novartis

Bio 

June 18

HSRF 400

12-1 PM

Do we Need a Biopharmaceutical Industry?- a 20-year Perspective.

David Meeker,

Former President & CEO, Genzyme

Bio 
June 19

HSRF 400

12-1 PM

Regulation of Drugs and Biologics by the Food and Drug AdministrationSandra Heibel, CSO, BIOPHARMA GLOBAL, Inc.Bio 

 

June 20

HSRF 300

12-1 PM

A Day in the Life of a Startup

Patrice Milos, 

President and CEO, MEDLEY GENOMICS

 

Bio 
June 21

HSRF 300

12-1 PM

 

Venture Capital in the World of Biomedical Startups

Amita Shukla, Founder & CEO, Vitamita

Bio

 

2017 Seminar Series

DateTitlePresenterInformation

June 19

 

 

Patent Basics for Inventors, Entrepreneurs, and Start-ups

Daniel Kolker, Ph.D.,

Supervisory Patent Examiner,

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Bio 
June 20

 

 

Innovation Pathways

Phil Weilerstein,

President & CEO, VentureWell

Bio 
June 21

 

 

Venture Capital and the World of Biopharmaceutical Start-ups

Tim Shannon, M.D.,

Venture Partner, Caanan Partners

Bio 

 

June 22

 

 

A very Long and Winding Road...to Sucess

Randolph Noelle, Ph.D., 

Co-founder of ImmuNext,

Professor, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

Bio 
June 23

 

 

Disrupting Healthcare

John Abele, 

Co-founder of Boston Scientific

Bio

 

2019 Course Resources

 

2019 RFA and Application

Deadline: Apirl 19, 2019

2019 Course Schedule Draft

2018 Course Schedule