Sunday, August 26, 2007

Want To Start A Biotech Company?

Then start with this class! Introduction to Life Science Technology Transfer. This course examines the process of technology transfer in the academic, government laboratory and corporate setting. The focus of the course, from the discovery stage to building the business case, will be on the process of creating innovation from inventions, protecting the innovation and intellectual property and deciding whether to proceed with commercialization. The emphasis of the course will be on how technology transfer occurs, different technology transfer models, early stage technology finance, basics of intellectual property, and the regulatory and reimbursement environment for commercializing drugs, devices, diagnostic tests and health information software.

Class meets Tuesday’s, August 21 through December 15, 2007 from 2:30-5:00 p.m. at the Molecular Biology Conference Room-9105 RC-1; the Shore Family Forum-Nighthorse Campbell Bldg; and the Amgen Conference Room-Bioscience Park Building.

It is not to late to register! Contact Arlen D. Meyers, MD, MBA ( or call (303.620.4050) for more information.


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