Research to Business: Introductory Course - Department of Health Science and Technology
At this introductory course, you will get an introduction to a range of important disciplines within the commercialization of research and learn more about the potential for a career outside academia with a special focus on The Faculty of Medicine.
03.11.2021 kl. 08.30 - 11.30
As a PhD student or researcher, you can either pursue a career inside or outside the university. Perhaps, you have a great research idea which can lead the way to building your own company and, thus, a new career path.
At this introductory webinar, you will be introduced to various important areas such as business development, funding opportunities, IPR and commercialization. The different disciplines can help you achieve insight in how to go from research to business and a career outside academia as an alternative to a career at the university.
This introductory webinar is hosted in collaboration with the Department of Health Science and Technology (HST) at Aalborg University and will, therefore, apply a special focus within this field.
WHO IS THIS RELEVANT FOR?
- The Department of Health Science and Technology at Aalborg University
- Ph.D. students
08:30-08:40: Welcome and Introduction to Open Entrepreneurship by Gert Spender-Andersen
08:40-10:15: Case presentation by Mostafa Mohammadi from HST and working with the Business Model Canvas by Gert Spender-Andersen
10:30-11:00: The Funding Landscape: Thomas Nielsen, Funding and Project Management, AAU Innovation and Anne Schüsler Detlefsen from HST
11:00-11:30: IPR and Commercialization by Gert Spender-Andersen
- The introductory course is a webinar and will be hosted via Zoom.
- You will receive link to Zoom upon registration.
SIGN UP HERE
If you have any questions, do not hestitate to contact:
- Trine Reinholt Andersen - email@example.com
- Gert Spender-Andersen - firstname.lastname@example.org
AAU Innovation, Open Entrepreneurship and Department of Health Science and Technology
Webinar via Zoom
02.11.2021 kl. 23.59