Starting a Life Sciences Company

Tuesday, November 27 2012
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This event was posted by Harvard University

Location: Harvard Innovation Lab, 125 Western Ave., Allston, MA

In an effort to promote translational research and commercialization of cutting edge scientific discoveries within Harvard and the broader life sciences community in the Boston area, Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) and Harvard Innovation Lab (iLab) are collaborating to put forward a series of workshops during the 2012-2013 academic year.  The workshops focus on key issues current and future entrepreneurs face and aim to provide broad perspectives as well as practical guidance.  The HSCI-iLab Series will also offer attendees an opportunity to learn about the translational and business building resources at HSCI and at iLab, as well as an opportunity to network with peers and industry veterans. 

In this workshop, a leading venture investor will talk about the art of starting and building a life sciences company. He will cover a broad set of topics including: being a founder; the power of intellectual property; securing early financing; the importance of corporate partnerships; and, finding an exit strategy.


–Carmichael Roberts, Partner, North Bridge Venture Partners

 Time:  Tuesday, November 27, 2012    6-8 pm

Location:  Harvard Innovation Lab, 125 Western Ave., Allston, MA

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