Career Center

SoMCC Program

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Summer Program on Bioentrepreneurship 2008

Dates:   Tuesdays: June 17, July 15, August 19, 2008

Time:   4:00 - 5:00PM (Presentation and Q&A)
5:00-6:00PM (Networking reception)

Location:  

June 17 - Munzer Auditorium
July 15 - M-104 Classroom
August 19 - Munzer Auditorium

Sponsor:   The Stanford School of Medicine Career Center
in partnership with
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

Event details and Registration:  

The key ingredients for successful bioentrepreneurship include promising life science technology, legal expertise, capable business management, and financing.  The effective combination of these can lead to expedient scientific advancement, the development of valuable intangible assets, and ideally company growth and profits.  This three-part program is brought to you through the SoMCC-WSGR partnership, to provide direct visibility into the process by which life science technologies can be converted into companies, presented by experienced entrepreneurs and leading experts within the field.

Session 1:  A Company is Born: Cytokinetics Case Study

Session 2: Bio-Entrepreneurship:  How the Pieces Fit Together

Session 3: Life (Science) Happens in Stages: How to Plan for the Future Funding of a New Biotechnology Company

Eligibility/Fee:   Open and free to all Stanford ID holders and WSGR invitees.
     

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