At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to…
- Identify and describe critical life science technology commercialization concepts, such as value proposition, intellectual property, and FDA regulatory strategy.
- Demonstrate enhanced innovation and entrepreneurship skills, including customer discovery, market evaluation, development planning, and communicating innovation.
- Develop a successful business case and presentation for an innovation, appropriate for seeking funding and/or partnership.
Fee/Tuition:$2,500 per participant
David Olson, PhD
Mentor-in-Residence, U-M Tech Transfer – Venture Center
Adjunct Faculty, U-M Medical School
David Olson is a serial entrepreneur who has co-founded six biotech start-ups, managed early-stage businesses, and authored business plans backed by more than $61 million of private and public funding. David specializes in commercializing life science technologies and has more than 21 years experience in building life science companies, product development, intellectual property management, business development and venture financing. Additionally, David has coached dozens of innovators and served as an instructor for many innovation and entrepreneurship programs at the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor SPARK.