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Happy Monday! Yale Innovation & Entrepreneurship Updates

 

Sept. 12, 2016

 

Erika R. Smith Named Director of Blavatnik Fund

Erika R. Smith has been named the Director of the Blavatnik Fund for Innovation at Yale, a new $10 million grant from the Blavatnik Family Foundation that will support efforts to turn Yale faculty discoveries into life science treatments, drugs and devices. The Blavatnik Fund is being managed by the Office of Cooperative Research which partners with faculty researchers to advance their discoveries into the marketplace. Read more at OCR.

Erika R. Smith
 
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Kyle Gibson to Host Yale Women Innovators Sept. 27

Kyle Gibson, an Emmy award-winning journalist, longtime producer for ABC News Nightline with Ted Koppel and executive producer of the global series Women in the World will offer insights to women students, faculty, staff and alumni at the Yale Women Innovators kickoff event on Tues., Sept. 27, 8:30am at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute. Details and registration at Eventbrite.

 
Venture Creation Program

1st Venture Creation Program Deadline is Sept. 16!

The Venture Creation Program supports the growth of new, early-stage ventures at Yale. Each team receives: $1,000, a Venture Creation Advisor, a mentor, opportunities to pitch, drop-in work space, access to workshops and office hours with YEI Corporate Partners, special consideration for the YEI Fellowship and eligibility to apply for the YEI Innovation Fund. Global Social Ventures are eligible for an additional $2,200. Details at YEI.

 

Yale Innovators Series to Focus on "What Biotech VCs Want"

The first Yale Innovators Series on Sept. 16, 11am-1pm at Brady Auditorium, will feature Vikas Goyal, Principal at SR One (the corporate venture arm of Glaxo Smith Kline), Colleen Cuffaro, Associate at Canaan Partners and Alex Rosen of Venrock sharing expertise on how to interest biotech VCs. Lunch included. Sponsored by the Office of Cooperative Research. Register at Eventbrite.

Michelle Peluso
 

Apply for a $30,000 CT Biopipeline Grant

Connecticut Innovations has partnered with Yale and other CT universities to award $30,000 grants for CT-based biomedical ventures. This $1 million, two-year initiative provides up to $30,000 per project to help you commercialize your biomedical technology innovation (medical devices, diagnostics, and health information technology). Applications are now being accepted - the deadline is October 7, 2016 at 5pm EST. Details here.

 
 

FRI., SEPT. 16, 11am-1pm: YALE INNOVATION SERIES - WHAT BIOTECH VCs WANT (AND DON'T WANT). A talk and Q&A with Vikas Goyal of SR One and Colleen Cuffaro of Canaan Partners. Lunch provided. At Brady Auditorium, 310 Cedar St. REGISTER HERE.

WED., SEPT. 21, 4:30-7pm: BIOSCIENCE & BEER MIXERLearn about the new and growing bioscience companies in the Branford and the greater Shoreline area at this special Bioscience ClubhouseCT event. Network over Stony Creek craft beer & pizza. At Stony Creek Brewery, Branford. REGISTER HERE.

TUES., SEPT. 27 & WED., SEPT. 28: SBIR/STTR PROPOSAL PREPARATION. Quinnipiac will host nationally recognized SBIR/STTR expert Becky Aistrup. She will provide detailed instructions on developing a competitive proposal for the National Institutes of Health, SBIR/STTR program. DETAILS AND REGISTRATION.

WED., SEPT. 28, 4-6pm: BIOHAVEN PRESENTS BIOSCIENCE INVESTOR OUTLOOK. A diverse and deeply experienced panel of bioscience investors explain the venture capital trends of 2016 as well as look to where the capital will be flowing in 2017. At TAC. DETAILS AND REGISRTATION

FRI., SEPT. 16, midnight: VENTURE CREATION PROGRAM APPLICATION DEADLINE. YEI's Venture Creation Program was created to catalyze and support early-stage ventures at Yale. Teams receive: $1,000, a Venture Creation Advisor, a mentor, opportunities to pitch, drop-in work space and more. Select ventures will be chosen to participate in the Global Social Venture Creation Program and receive an additional $2,200 to develop their social ventures. DETAILS HERE.

MON., SEPT. 26, 6pm: STARTUP GRIND W/ MICHELLE PELUSO. Michelle Peluso,  a Venture Partner at Technology Crossover Ventures (an early investor in Facebook, Uber, LinkedIn & Netflix) is speaking at Startup Grind; co-hosted by YEI. At Dwight Hall, 67 High St. REGISTER HERE.

THURS., SEPT. 29, 6pm: DREAM, GIRL SCREENING & PANEL. HVN Lady Project and YEI present a special screening and thought-provoking panel discussion of Dream, Girl, a documentary showcasing the stories of inspiring & ambitious female entrepreneurs. At Luce Hall. DETAILS AND REGISTRATION.

MON., SEPT. 19-WED., SEPT. 21: BUSINESS OF BIOTECH KICKOFF. A workshop series that will introduce grad students, postdocs and faculty to the core skills and building blocks to translate their research to the marketplace.  The series will bring in investors, biotech entrepre­neurs, legal experts and others to provide guid­ance and real-world experience. REGISTER HERE.

TUES., SEPT. 27, 8:30-9:30am: WOMEN INNOVATORS BREAKFAST SERIES KICKOFF. A series at YEI that is designed to foster community discussion, idea sharing, best practices, business fundamentals, networking and team-building opportunities among Yale women students, alumni, faculty and staff interested in entrepreneurship and innovation at any level. SIGN UP HERE.

FRI., SEPT. 30, 11am-1pm: LEAN STARTUPS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE. Join us for the first of this year's Environmental and Social Entrepreneurship Professional Skills Workshops.  This first workshop will be led by Michel Gelobter, author of "Lean Startups for Social Change." At Evans Hall, 4400. REGISTER HERE.

 

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