INVENT: Innovation and Commercialization Forum

Iron Imaging Lab in Mac Hall.

INVENT is an educational program supporting bioscience innovation and entrepreneurship. In this program, entrepreneurs learn how to evaluate and protect their concept, seek funding and pitch innovations to investors, as well as how to build and plan a business model. The goal of the INVENT series is to help guide innovations from the university to the market.

INVENT: Accelerating
Innovation &
Commercialization
Peer Entrepreneur Forum

Tuesday, May 8, 2018
4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Doernbecher Children’s Hospital
Collins Goudy Room
700 S.W. Campus Dr.

Admission is free; registration encouraged as space is limited. Register today.

Join Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute for a dynamic discussion. Invited panelists will discuss their transition from scientist or clinician to entrepreneur.

  • Sandra Shotwell, Ph.D., CEO of Design Medix
  • Brian Martin, M.D., CEO of Recentia Health
  • Erik Tucker, Ph.D., COO of Aronora
  • Greg Cox, Ph.D., director of corporate development for MolecularMD

Learn from speakers’ unique experiences, insights, challenges, and successes to embark on your own entrepreneurial journey.

Questions? Contact Melissa Mudd at muddm@ohsu.edu.

Hosted by Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute, Technology Transfer and Business Development, and Oregon Bioscience Incubator.