Materials Science students: are you interested in learning about the biological application of your materials science ideas?
MNIMBS offers a Certificate program that teaches you just that.
See the Rackham Certificate Program in Nanobiology
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Introduction to Life Science Technology Commercialization Symposium
Friday June 1, 2012
8:30am to 6:00pm
Location: Research Auditorium, Building 10, North Campus Research Complex, University of Michigan
The translation and commercialization of Life Science Technology is receiving increased attention both nationally and at the University of Michigan. The Introduction to Life Science Technology Commercialization Symposium will provide an overview of the different paths that can be taken for successful technology commercialization as well as the key factors that should be considered. Speakers include faculty who have successfully commercialized University Technology and nationally recognized members of the venture capital and business communities.
University of Michigan Faculty, Graduate Students and Post-docs with an interest in the commercialization of life science technologies (therapeutics, diagnostics, medical devices and life science tools) should attend this event.
This event is a collaboration between the Michigan Nanotechnology Institute for Medicine and Biological Sciences, Rackham Graduate School, the College of Engineering Center for Entrepreneurship, Medical School Business Development, the Medical Innovation Center, the Ross School of Business Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies and the Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine.
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Contact Doug Mullen, Ph.D., MNIMBS Entrepreneur in Residence, with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org