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Happy Monday! Upcoming Innovation/Entrepreneurship Events

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May 23, 2016


UPCOMING EVENTS


TUES., MAY 24, 8:30-9:30am: BREAKFAST SERIES: YALE WOMEN INNOVATORS with Special Guest Jennifer Good. This breakfast series from the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute is focused on Yale Women Innovators and is designed to foster discussion, idea sharing, best practices, business fundamentals, networking and team-building opportunities among Yale women students, alumni, faculty and staff interested in entrepreneurship at any level. This session will feature Jennifer Good, President and CEO of Trevi Therapeutics who has extensive experience in building  a successful startup. At YEI, 254 Elm St., 3rd Floor (door to left of Tyco). SIGN UP HERE.

TUES., MAY 24, 2-4pm: OCR OFFICE HOURS FOR YALE RESEARCHERS. David Lewin, Senior Associate Director of Licensing at the Yale Office of Cooperative Research, will meet with Yale researchers in half hour slots to discuss questions related to advancing their technology, patents, licensing and partnering opportunities, and available funding and resources for startups at Yale. At TAC, 300 Cedar St., Room N207. SIGN UP HERE.

WED., MAY 25, 5-6pm: APPY HOUR AT THE MARK TWAIN HOUSE IN HARTFORD. App developers and startup founders are invited to an app specific happy hour – featuring Apps and Tapps. This happy hour is intended for startups who are either in need of an app or are already successfully using an app as well as for Hartford area-based app developers. Cost $5 per person. Please register in advance. Click HERE for more information.

WED., MAY 25, 6-8pm: MAY STARTUP FOUNDER MIXER AT THE MARK TWAIN HOUSE IN HARTFORD. The next startup mixer will be back at the Mark Twain House and we are focused on apps! Submit your app to be showcased during our next mixer by emailing us before Friday, May 20th. The cost to attend is $20. Please register in advance as space is limited. Click HERE for more information.

THURS., MAY 26, 4-6pm: BIOHAVEN: GROWING ARVINAS - TECHNOLOGY, INVESTMENT & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT. Growing Arvinas - Technology, Investment and Business Development: Three Perspectives. Arvinas is a pharmaceutical company founded on platform technology developed by Craig Crews at Yale University and focused on developing novel therapeutics to treat a variety of cancer indications. Central to Arvinas’ proprietary approach is the targeting of disease-causing proteins for degradation, thus eliminating them from the body. Presented by CURE & Yale. Anylan Center, 300 Cedar St. REGISTER HERE.

FRI., MAY 27, 2-4pm: OFFICE HOURS WITH CONNECTICUT INNOVATIONS. Experts from Connecticut Innovations will meet with Yale faculty and researchers in half hour slots to discuss funding opportunities through Connecticut Innovations as well as answering questions related more generally to entrepreneurship and finding investment. At YEI, 254 Elm St., 3rd Floor. SIGN UP HERE

MON., JUNE 6, 4-5pm: DAVID ROSE & THE STARTUP CHECKLIST. Investor, author and serial entrepreneur David Rose is sharing his secrets to founding a successful startup with the Yale community! David is one of NYC’s most active early stage investors and a managing partner in Rose Tech Ventures, a venture fund focused on internet-based businesses. He is also a serial entrepreneur and ‘super angel’ investor. As the founder and Chairman Emeritus of New York Angels, one of the world’s most active and professional angel investment groups, he has led first round investments in a wide range of exciting, high growth companies. At Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Ave. REGISTER HERE.

TUES., JUNE 7, 1-4pm: SBIR OFFICE HOURS WITH MERRIE LONDON. Merrie London is the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Manager at Connecticut Innovations and can provide strategic insight to faculty, postdocs and grad students seeking SBIR grants, and information on matching those funds through Connecticut Innovations. At YEI, 254 Elm St., 3rd Floor. SIGN UP HERE.

OPPORTUNITIES


PRODUCT TEST PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT TOOL FROM YEI TEAM. Interested in improving your life with just 10 minutes a day? Here is a chance to engage in product-testing of an innovation coming out of the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute (YEI). Participants will be asked to complete simple tasks, record their progress and answer a few brief questions at the end of the two-week trial period. Participants receive a $10 gift-card in appreciation of their contribution. Please sign up HERE to indicate your interest or to pose any questions you might have.

Questions or comments about the events email? Contact brita.belli@yale.edu. Thanks!

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