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According to the CDC, one in seven adults in the United States will experience a substance use disorder (SUD) during their lifetime. If you live in the US, you likely know of a friend, family member, or colleague who has been affected by SUD’s. The toll taken is immeasurable and tragic for individuals, families, and society at large.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation for Biomedical Product Development is an intense and immersive hybrid program. Consisting of live expert webinars, online courses, and culminating in a five day Bootcamp at MIT, the goal is to spark the creation of innovative biomedical ventures in the SUD space, a notoriously challenging problem area.
This one-of-a-kind program supported by NIH fully covers the participants tuition and travel to and accommodation in Cambridge, MA.
This program is relevant for:
Researchers (PhD, postdoc, faculty) who would like to study the craft of technology commercialization, especially those with inventions and technologies relevant for substance use disorders
Engineers and data scientists (especially mechanical, electrical, and software) who would like to work on a diverse team and contribute their expertise to developing a novel biomedical device or digital application
Doctors and nurses who would like to study entrepreneurship, build a diverse network, and apply their expertise
Business professionals with passion for the problem and desire to build a diverse technical and clinical network
Graduate students with relevant skills and passion for the problem as well as demonstrated interest in the biomedical field
Learn more and apply here.