Join us tomorrow, Friday, Dec.14th at 1pm CT in the General Education Building, Room A304 (8 S. Dunlap Street, 3rd Floor) for our next Health Sciences Entrepreneurship Grand Rounds seminar series. This webcast series features successful and engaging scientists who have proven experience in entrepreneurial ventures. Our third speaker is Chris West, Entrepreneur in Residence, University of Tennessee Research Foundation and President, ZeroTo510 Accelerator who will present on “What We’ve Learned in Life Sciences Innovation: Practical Tips in Translational Research.” More information can be found on the Office of Research website. Light refreshments provided!
About Chris West- Chris West serves as an Entrepreneur in Residence for the University of Tennessee Research Foundation as well as the President of the ZeroTo510 Accelerator, a nationally recognized medical device development organization based in Memphis, TN.
In this talk, Chris will share the method his team uses to assess early-stage technologies and teams, as well as lessons learned (the hard way) about what separates success from failure in the Life Sciences sector.
Can’t make the presentation? No worries! We’ll upload a link to the recording on the Office of Research’s webpage a few days after the live presentation is over.
The Health Sciences Entrepreneurship (HSE) Grand Rounds seminar series is a collaboration among the University of Alabama at Birmingham, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, the University of Kansas Medical Center, and the University of Utah (all Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program institutions), and University of Tennessee Health Science Center.