The Biotech Career Development Program is structured to educate, train, and provide non-academic career experiences to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and early-career scientists from life science programs.
The Drug Discovery and Development Course is a 2-day, exclusive, project-based, and computer simulated approach to teaching drug discovery and development to early to mid-career U-M faculty or principal investigators.
The Aikens Innovation Academy is the first time an FFMI fullPACE course is being tailored to the needs of cardiovascular innovators to support a culture of innovation, entrepreneurship, and biomedical technology commercialization at the Frankel Cardiovascular Center. Learn more…
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Customized to meet the participating department’s goals, this course provides practical experience using individual projects and department-sponsored initiatives as platforms to teach the processes of innovation and early-stage commercialization.