By Lucy Parkinson, Director of Research, LSN
With the explosion of activity in early stage life sciences in the last few years, many new programs have been formed to support the youngest new biotech, medtech and healthcare IT companies in developing their products and making first steps toward commercialization.
This RESI panel will highlight five programs that provide vital resources at the earliest stage, including support, work space, mentoring, business education, and investment. The panelists will talk about how they select companies, how they help entrepreneurs turn scientific ideas into commercial success stories, and what makes each of their programs unique.
Moderated by Atul Varadhachary, Managing Partner, Fannin Innovation Studio, this session will feature: