BioEntrepreneurship program to fuel NYS life science startups
Updated: Mar 11
Newly funded program at Cornell will connect participants to life science companies in New York state while catalyzing the formation of new life science startups
Cornell life science researchers and MBA students will be able to immerse themselves in real-world startup projects and get the tools, training and connections to launch their own life science startups through a new certificate program.
The BioEntrepreneurship fellowship, offered by the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, will connect participants to life science companies in New York state while catalyzing the formation of new life science startups. Funded by Empire State Development, the fellowship aims to spur the growth of life science innovation by connecting upstate and downstate researchers, entrepreneurs, investors and innovators – solidifying New York as a global leader in the arena.
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