The Path of an Academic Pharma Innovation
The path of an entrepreneur though it may be fueled with passion, comes with many challenges. For innovators in healthcare, the path from ideation to creation is constantly changing, which can make it especially hard to succeed. Some of the most innovative and life changing ideas come from academic medical institutions, where these scientists, researchers, physicians, nurses and even administrative staff see the daily challenges in medicine and struggles of their patients.
Join Johnson & Johnson Innovation as we welcome experts in the space to share their expertise on how to take an innovation from ideation to creation.
Experts will touch on challenges such as:
- Protecting IP,
- Funding and Cost Allocation Strategy,
- IoT Integration and Data Security,
- Competition and Market Attraction,
- And more.
Please note: This webinar will be a rebroadcast of the recording which took place June 8, 2021.
You are watching a rebroadcast of the webinar. There will not be a live Q&A session following the presentation. If you have any questions for the speakers, please email [email protected]
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