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Best practices for Starting a Biotech: Lessons from Industry Leaders
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Best practices for Starting a Biotech: Lessons from Industry Leaders

When: May 3, 2017
4:00-7:30 pm
Where: Roy & Diana Vagelos Education Center
104 Haven Avenue
New York, New York  10032
United States
Contact: Melanie Brazil

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Best Practices for Starting a Biotech: Lessons Learned from Industry Leaders

On the evening of Wednesday, May 3rd, from 4-7:30 pm Columbia’s Precision Medicine Initiative will host the final session in a seminar series specifically focusing on launching startups around biomedical technologies.


The series will expose young faculty and graduate students from the life sciences and related disciplines to the entrepreneurial world. It is designed to inform and inspire the participants to consider careers in biotechnology. It is also appropriate for individuals with careers in the life sciences who would like to learn more about how to launch a start up. Each seminar is centered around a business school-like case study.

Under the guidance of Dr. Tom Maniatis, the seminar series will cover the essentials for any life science startup: market analysis, value proposition, managing the regulatory pathway and clinical development, forming a leadership team, and raising funds from professional VCs.

DATE:  May 3, 2016
TIME:  4:00-7:30pm (6:30 Networking Reception)
Roy & Diana Vagelos Education Center, 104 Haven Avenue, NY, NY 10032
: Free, registration links below!

May 3rd: Developing a business plan and securing investors

For more information, contact Melanie Brazil
This event is organized by Columbia’s Precision Medicine Initiative

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