Succeeding at the Inventor's Business - Translating Scientific Invention into Product Success
Wednesday, February 27 2013
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
This event was posted by Bentley University
Dr. Fred D. Ledley
Location: Bentley University, LaCava Center, Danielson A/B
Join us on February 27th when the inventors of three groundbreaking technologies, which have created multi-billion dollar markets talk about the path from invention to product success. Speakers will include:
- Dr. David Fischell, whose invention of drug coated stents revolutionized the treatment of heart disease and created a >$4.5 billion market.
- Dr. Frank Szoka, whose invention of liposome nanoparticles enabled improved targeting of cancer cells and created a >$2 billion market.
- Dr. Michael Boss, whose method for producing monoclonal antibodies enabled a new class of drugs that has revolutionized the treatment of cancer and other diseases, and currently represent a >$20 billion market.
They will be joined by experienced entrepreneurs and business executives Dr. Allan Green and Mr. Bruce Leicher, Esq. who will lead a discussion of strategies for creating successful products and businesses from scientific invention.
Symposium – Bentley University, La Cava Center, Danielson A/B
1:00 Gloria Larson, President, Bentley University
Fred D. Ledley, Director Center for Integration of Science and Industry
1:30 Session #1
3:00 Session #2
4:00 Panel Discussion
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