Emory University is proud to kick-off its new Biotech Consulting Club! The club is designed for graduate students interested in gaining skills in Biotech entrepreneurship, consulting, and project management. During the semester, interested candidates will be grouped into small teams and paired with Emory investigators (PIs) or local start-ups to provide thorough market analyses and develop early-stage ideas into preliminary business plans with executive summaries. This experience is intended to help students build a professional network, gain hands-on experience in a field outside of their own area of study, and expand potential career opportunities.
The first club event is to be held on January 14th to highlight the projects and introduce the project leaders for the inaugural cohort (Spring 2019). Keynote speakers will include Lee Herron, Vice President of Venture Development Georgia Research Alliance (GRA), and Cliff Michaels, Interim Executive Director of Emory Office of Technology Transfer (OTT). The meeting will take place in 360 Atwood Hall from 3:00 to 4:00.
Check out the flyer below or @EmoryBCC on Twitter for more information!
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