CDC I-CATALYST: A Guided Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Program-Registration Deadline September 2

The CDC I-Catalyst program helps student, postdoc, investigator, clinician, and business mentor teams transform ideas into solutions using a structured and guided customer/stakeholder discovery process. The program combines in-class lectures with out-of-class learning and interactions with stakeholders. Teams will receive methodological coaching and guidance from VentureLab, ACTSI, and CDC instructors as they discover what it takes to build solutions customers want and need. In partnership with the CDC, ACTSI is piloting this early stage entrepreneurial training course in the life sciences domain and is recruiting two to three teams.

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