Combining biomedical innovation with entrepreneurial excellence, the graduate certificate in Biomedical Entrepreneurship prepares you to improve patient health worldwide. Offered jointly by the College of Medicine and the Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship, the certificate is designed for scientists, clinicians, and engineers who champion health innovation. The development of leadership skills is necessary to identify, create, and launch pioneering solutions with healthcare applications. You'll learn entrepreneurial fundamentals from experts in the field, participate in an intensive collaboration course, and have the opportunity to customize your certificate through specialized electives, offered based on student interest and instructor availability. Medical devices, imaging, therapeutics, and genomics are among the specialized topics.
Biomedical Entrepreneurship, Graduate Certificate
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