Scientific Entrepreneurship Info Session from Flagship Pioneering
Co-presented by the Skandalaris Center, the Biotechnology and Life Sciences Advising (BALSA) group, Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences (DBBS), Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC), Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, WashU Postdoc Society, and the Weston Career Center at Olin Business School
Want to learn how to build life-changing bio-science companies that create breakthroughs in health and sustainability? Flagship Pioneering created a unique 12-week summer internship program (June – August) in the heart of Cambridge, MA where extraordinary scientists, engineers, physicians and entrepreneurs are recruited to learn this process and work alongside individuals within the ecosystem. If you are a STEM trainee (or science-minded MBA) who is interested in an industry that is defined by passion, boldness, and creative optimism, come learn from Molly Gibson, a WashU alum who is launching an exciting career of her own!
Thursday, January 31, 2019
5:00 – 6:00pm
Office of Technology Management (OTM) Conference Room
4240 Duncan Ave at Cortex
Refreshments will be provided.
Open to: current or recent STEM graduate students who are interested in scientific entrepreneurship
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