Supported by the Alan Turing Institute and the Francis Crick Institute, Entrepreneur First are delivering a three-part masterclass series in July which will teach biomedical and data scientists essential skills for entrepreneurship.
The Masterclass series is primarily aimed at those who have higher levels of qualifications such as a PhD, or are studying for one, and those based in the UK. Capacity is limited and priority will be given to those that can attend all sessions.
7 July 2020, 4pm-6pm
Transitioning from research into entrepreneurship
The first masterclass is a panel discussion, hosted by Matt Clifford, co-founder and CEO of Entrepreneur First
Researchers turned into entrepreneurs on the panel feature:
- Professor Phil Beales, CMO of Congenica and Director of a Precision Medicine Accelerator,
- Peter Kecskemethy, co-founder and CEO of Kheiron Medical,
- Ariane Gomes, co-founder and CEO of Baseimmune (and alumni of KQ Labs accelerator).
This panel event should inspire you as a researcher to see what’s possible when using your skills, experience and insight to achieve real-world applications of your science.
14 July 2020, 4pm-6pm
Using your ‘Edge’ as a researcher to found a company
21 July 2020, 4pm-6pm
Communication 101: how to talk to customers and investors and how to pitch your idea
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