Learn the basics of biomedical product development: Oct. 4 to Nov. 1

Do you have an early-stage project or groundbreaking idea but need to learn the basic components of biomedical product development?

Apply now for the Biomedical Innovation Program: Commercialization Readiness Program. Known as BIP Corp, the program is a four-week course that provides scientists with the basic knowledge and tools to initiate the innovation and commercialization process.

Biomedical Innovation Program: Commercialization Readiness Program
Seats are limited for this free program.

Apply for BIP Corp

Oct. 4: Seminar and breakout sessions
Oct. 11, Oct. 18, Oct. 25: Webinars
Nov. 1: Project presentations

BIP Corp is for individual or teams of researchers, clinicians, faculty, students, and industry scientists with early-stage ideas. Instructors are experts from across the bioscience industry and academia with experience bringing healthcare technologies and therapeutics to market.

The Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute offers the program in collaboration with OHSU Collaborations and Entrepreneurship, OHSU Technology Transfer, and the Oregon Bioscience Incubator.

The program is modeled after the successful National Science Foundation I-Corps program and adopted from the University of Michigan’s Fast Forward Medical Innovation program. BIP Corp combines in-person and online experiential education to help researchers and clinicians learn the basic components of biomedical commercialization and prepare a successful business case and pitch to secure funding, partnerships and further research opportunities.

Have questions about BIP Corp? Please email program coordinators Melissa Mudd at muddm@ohsu.edu and Jonathan Jubera at jubera@ohsu.edu.

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