Columbia University

Technology Ventures

Regeneron: The path from basic research to commercial product

March 21, 2017
Roy & Diana Vagelos Education Center, Columbia University
104 Haven Ave
New York, NY
10032
04:00pm

Please join the Precision Medicine Initiative at Columbia University this spring as it hosts the inaugural  Life Science Entrepreneurship seminar series.  The series consists of 4 classes, each centered around a case study exploring best practices among industry leaders. 

The objective of the seminar series is to expose graduate students and young faculty from the life science disciplines to the entrepreneurial world. The hope is that the seminar series will inform and inspire the participants to consider careers in biotechnology.  The audience is anticipated to be graduate students, postdocs and young faculty from the life science disciplines and related faculties at the University.

The first class Regeneron: The Path from Basic Research to Commercial Product will cover topics such as: Target Patient, Value Proposition and Forecasting; Attracting Investors; Clinical Development and Regulatory Pathway, with a special presentation by George Yancopoulos and Leonard Schleifer (Regeneron). Register Here!


For a full list and registration for all four classes, click here!

For more information, contact Melanie Brazil at m.brazil@columbia.edu