Wednesday, November 7 2018
8:00am - 9:30am
Emory School of Medicine (Room #153A) 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, GA 30322
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Health Innovation Commercialization Series

Bridging the gap from university innovation to commercialization.

"Tales from the Trenches - Tips for Success in Commercialization"

Join us for a panel discussion with Emory University and Georgia Tech Faculty sharing their journey through the commercialization process. Hear their firsthand experience bringing their ideas out of academia and into the marketplace.

This event is the third session in The Health Innovation Commercialization Series which was created to provide commercialization guidance to the university research community. Series topics include how to take your technology from the lab to commercial success and explore market opportunities surrounding entrepreneurial and innovative ideas.

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FAQs

Where can I find information about the entire Health Innovation Commercialization Series?
For details and registration links for all events in the series, visit HERE

How do I register for the Georgia CTSA Entrepreneurship Certificate?
Contact Gayathri Srinivasan for additional information or to register.

Will the session be recorded?
Registered attendees will receive a link to view the recording after the session.

Who Should Attend?
Events are open to entrepreneurs in the life sciences, Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance, Georgia Tech and Emory University faculty, staff, graduate students, post-doc, residents and fellows. Registered attendees will receive a link to view the recording after the session.

Parking: Visitor parking is available at the Michael Street Parking Deck at 550 Houston Mill Road, Atlanta, GA 30329. Once on Houston Mill Road, take the first left onto Rollins Way and continue towards the blue banner for Visitor Parking. After parking, take the Pedestrian Bridge over the railroad tracks and The James B Williams School of Medicine Building will be the 2nd building on your left.

Sponsored by the Coulter Translational Program and the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University, Georgia Clinical and Translational Science Alliance, and Georgia Tech's Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience