ELabNYC Info Session, Morningside Campus
Calling All Bioentrepreneurs!
Thinking of starting your own bio or health tech company?
ELabNYC offers entrepreneurs the chance to evolve their technology into a viable company.
Entrepreneurship Lab NYC (ELabNYC) is looking for interested research scientists, doctors and engineers for upcoming 2016 cohort. Postdocs, graduate students, PIs, and MDs are all eligible.
Learn more at one of the upcoming information sessions and chat with previous ELabNYC start-up participants.
Presenters: Scott Trocchia, ELab 2013; Ken Shepard, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering; Anton Xavier, Pfizer. Attendees will also have a chance to meet the Program Manager, Mary Howard, Therapeutic Coach and Mentor, Lisa Wisniewski and ELab alums from Columbia.
There will be opportunities for questions from the audience as well as one-on-one conversations after the presentation.
Pizza will be served!
ELabNYC is an Entrepreneur Program that equips emergent bio and health technology Entrepreneurs to evolve their science or technology into a viable company. ELabNYC incorporates an intensive and practical curriculum, hands-on one-on-one coaching, mentoring with experienced entrepreneurs, and meaningful access to industry experts, entrepreneurs, and investors. Participants learn what it takes to run a business and write a business plan, and get access to exceptional resources to address critical topics and issues specific to their venture. Participants in ELabNYC emerge from the program fully prepared to engage with potential customers, partners, and investors. NYC is well poised as an ideal home for new life science ventures.
The ELabNYC program is free of charge.
Application Deadline: November 2, 2015 5PM
Assistance completing the 2016 ELabNYC applications can be found at webinars and workshops or by contacting the ELabNYC team at firstname.lastname@example.org.