Are you passionate about making a real impact on human health and well-being? Do you look for insights into the commercialization process, securing intellectual property rights, and effectively bridging the gap between academia and industry? Are you curious to know about regulatory frameworks and funding options?
Whether you’re a recent graduate with groundbreaking research ideas, or an experienced scientist eager to translate your discoveries into tangible solutions, the future of life sciences awaits you. Join the Life Science Startup workshop and set your entrepreneurial dreams in motion!
In this workshop, you will learn basic yet essential strategies, insights, and insider tips to launch your very own life science startup. Our speakers will help you to discover the key steps to transform your innovative ideas into a viable business model with inspiring success stories of life science startups in the Berlin Institute of Health at Charité.
Whether you’re seeking inspiration, practical strategies, or actionable insights, this webinar offers a comprehensive learning experience to help you to take the first steps toward your life science startup!
The session will be held online. The login details will be sent after registration.
The online workshop series is aimed at those interested in founding a company from the university environment in the Hamburg metropolitan region with and without their own business ideas. In the individual appointments, methods and tools are learned and applied together in order to give you helpful tools on your entrepreneurial path. The units build on each other in terms of content, but participation in individual units is also possible.
Dr. Fateme Jaleh graduated with her Ph.D. in Molecular and Translational Medicine from ETH Zürich. She works at German Electron Synchrotron DESY where she leads DESY Start-up School to inspire scientists with business ideas to take the first steps in their entrepreneurial journey.
Dr. Bettina Otto graduated with her Ph.D. in molecular Plant Sciences from Cambridge University. She works at Charité BIH Innovation as a Technology manager and Technology scout helping scientist with getting their ideas to patients.
Target group: Students, Researchers, and Engineers interested in founding start-ups in Life Science
Number of places: 25
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