Posted by Yali Friedman, February 21, 2012
The Journal of Commercial Biotechnology is sponsoring the first International Bioentrepreneurship Education Conference.
The conference is be an opportunity to connect and begin to discuss best practices in bio-entrepreneurship education. Attendees will share global education programs currently being offered, and will identify any gaps in education today. The program will focus on academic, credit-bearing degrees and certificates.
The conference is sponsored by:
- The Johns Hopkins Center for Biotechnology Education
- The University of Colorado
- The Journal of Commercial Biotechnology
The conference will be held at the Johns Hopkins University, Rockville, Maryland campus, which is located in the heart of the Maryland Biotechnology Industry, just outside of Washington, DC, and near the National Institutes of Health and the FDA, and will begin Friday evening, June 15 at 5pm and will end Saturday evening, June 16. This is just before the BIO annual meeting.
||Administrators and Educators in academic, credit-bearing bioentrepreneurship, bio-innovation, biotechnology enterprise
||June 15-June 16, 2012
||Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus, Rockville, MD
||Click here for a list of hotels near the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Center
||Johns Hopkins Center for Biotechnology Education, Journal of Commercial Biotechnology, University of Colorado
||1. Determine present status of global bioentrepreneurship education programs
2. Identify possible gaps in BioE education programming
3. Identify partnership opportunities between schools and programs
4. Identify challenges and opportunities for BioE programming
5. Identify needed resources for BioE education—what do we have and what do we need?
The conference will not include research presentations. However, the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology will be publishing the proceedings. If you would like to submit a formal article regarding bioentrepreneurship education, please contact Arlen Meyers at Arlen.Meyers@ucdenver.edu
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