This year's conference theme, Back to the Future of Healthcare, has a special focus on the intersection of healthcare and technology. Given the better understanding of human condition enabled by tech capabilities, we will discuss how can we improve the patient experience, speed up adoption of novel treatments, cut costs, and improve overall healthcare delivery.
Interested in transitioning from Academia to Industry and are thinking of Venture Capital? Please join us with our guest speaker Dr. Jacob Rubens from Flagship Pioneering who will talk about his career trajectory from PhD to Flagship and will also discuss the Flagship case study on HBS: Institutionalized Entrepreneurship. RSVP here please: https://goo.gl/forms/oWlAdl4iq05fl2Bn2Read more about Harvard Biotech Club 101 Series: Institutionalized Entrepreneurship
The Harvard Catalyst Postgraduate Education Program (PGE), would like you to share the following information with your program participants. PGE will be offering a new four- session career panel series designed to offer insights into the various career options in clinical and translational research available to PhD and MD scientists who may be interested in working in settings such as academia, industry, and government/regulatory agencies.
Are you interested in improving your science communication skills using a method developed by Alan Alda (yes, from M*A*S*H)? The Alda center uses improvisation-based techniques to train science professionals to communicate about science. Their workshops draw from Alda's years of experience in improv comedy and his experience hosting the PBS series, Scientific American Frontiers. You can read more about the Alda center here: https://www.aldacenter.org/ We've heard from others in the scicomm community that the Alda Center's workshops and... Read more about Alda Center for Science Communication Plenary Session
Please join us for an exciting Harvard Biotech Club event Wednesday Oct 24 from 6-7PM in TMEC 227 featuring Aylon Steinhart, business innovation specialist of the Good Foods Institute, who will be talking about “The Future of Protein: How Food Tech and Business Will Save the Planet”. Aylon will be sharing his experiences and career opportunities in the plant-based and clean meat alternatives space. He is interested in connecting with scientists, particularly those interested in genetics and/or stem cell biology, as well as anyone interested in a career in this space. For... Read more about Harvard Biotech Club Presents: The Future of Protein: How Food Tech and Business Will Save the Planet
Laura Deming founded the Longevity Fund in 2011 as the first VC firm dedicated to funding high-potential longevity companies. So far, she’s raised $37M and has backed such companies as Unity Biotechnology, Precision Biosciences, System1, Decibel Therapeutics, and Elevian. Building upon this success, Laura created the AGE1 Biotech accelerator to support early-stage, founder-driven companies that look to develop therapeutics which will extend the human healthspan. AGE1’s 4-month program offers capital ($500K) and support to launch founder-driven biotech companies. To apply for our next batch... Read more about The Longevity Fund and AGE1 : Boston Info Session