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March 1, 2015


*An earlier version of this email had an incorrect date for BioHaven. The correct date is Sept. 24 (details below).

Apply Now for $30K in Funding for Biomedical Innovations

The Connecticut Bioscience Innovation Fund in partnership with Yale's Center for Biomedical and Interventional Technology (CBIT), Yale Entrepreneurial Institute (YEI), UConn and Quinnipiac is providing grant funding of up to $30,000 and resource support for biomedical innovations. The objective is to advance biomedical product concepts to the stage where they are competitive for startup funding. Established companies, faculty, or student teams may apply for the award. Groups must have an association with a Connecticut university. Applications due Fri., Oct. 9. Details and application here

Sept. 24, 4-6pm: Biohaven Addresses Security & Privacy Concerns Related to Healthcare Data

In this BioHaven event, a panel of legal, data analytics, and life science experts will address topics including collecting human data from genomics, bioinformatics, healthcare IT apps, medical devices, and clinical research, and managing the associated privacy and security risks facing the life sciences and healthcare industry. Sponsored by the Office of Cooperative Research and Connecticut United for Research Excellence (CURE). *Includes networking and refreshments.* At the Anlyan Center, 300 Cedar St., New Haven. Details and registration here.

Sept. 25, 11:59pm: Deadline for YEI's Venture Creation Program

The Venture Creation Program was created to catalyze and
support the growth of new, early-stage ventures at Yale from both students and
faculty. It is dedicated to providing resources for entrepreneurial teams to
commercialize promising, unique products or services for which there is a
customer or market demand. Accepted VCP teams with Yale-based technologies receive $2,500 in funding, a dedicated Entrepreneur in Residence and access to specialized mentors and YEI corporate partners. In addition, all VCP applicants in Internet of Things, Big Data and/or Materials Science will be considered for the $25,000 Miller Prize. Details here

Sept. 25, 11am-1pm: Yale Innovation Series on Funding and Resources for Commercialization

The Yale Innovation Seminar Series kicks off with an overview of available resources so you can start applying to programs and building connections for taking your technology on the path to commercialization. Learn about available resources for developing and launching your venture from experts at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute (YEI), the Center for Biomedical and Interventional Technology (CBIT) and Connecticut Innovations. Ask questions and get connected. Open to the Yale community. *Lunch will be provided.* At Brady Auditorium, 310 Cedar St., New Haven. Register here.

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