Our Webinars provide researchers, engineers, and data scientists with content and discussions they may not have experienced during their education. You will find practical insights, professional development, and an insider’s view on various aspects of biotechnology.
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June 20, 4-5 pm EDT -
Building the Rare Disease Research Community:
Columbia University's DISCOVER Program
June 27, 12-1 pm EDT -
Incentives for New York State Life Science Companies
June 27, 2:30-3:30 pm EDT -
Shaping Programs around Commercial Elements
July 11, 12-1 pm EDT - Nailing Your Spark Talk
Next Session is June 27, 2:30-3:30 pm EDT - Shaping Programs around Commercial Elements
Speaker: Roland Turck, MD, Managing Partner, TurckBio
Research is just the first step on the road to a commercialized product. In order for research to make it to the market, there are a variety of obstacles that must be tackled. In this series we hear from thought leaders who share their experience in addressing the regulatory environment, licensing/tech transfer, funding opportunities -- road signs on the way to successfully bringing discoveries to patients.
Bench to Bedside: Taking Research to the Market More Information Recording
Are You an Inventor, or Are You an Entrepreneur? More Information Recording
From Lab to Market: An Intergenerational Discussion More Information Recording
Effective Communication in Biomedical Research
Next Session is July 11, noon-1 pm EDT - Nailing Your Spark Talk
Speaker: Laura Green Ph.D., Cancer Consortium Manager, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Communicating science in an understandable and impactful way is difficult. Even if you are speaking with other researchers, there may be a disconnect in what you think is understood and what is actually understand. Without effective communication, the importance and relevance you see in your own research will be missed by others.
This series focuses on effectively communicating complex topics in ways that can be understood by diverse audiences -- your peers, the public, and your potential investors.
Science Communication: General Concepts and Tips More Information Recording
Peer-to-Peer Communication More Information Recording
Rigor and Reproducibility: Presenting Data to Funders and Investors More Information Recording