27 Mar Commercialization Fellowship Program Info Session
Looking for a summer opportunity in healthcare entrepreneurship?
The Institute of Translational Health Sciences and Washington Research Foundation (WRF) Summer Commercialization Fellowship Program offers graduate students with an entrepreneurial background an opportunity to build a commercialization plan for a promising technology.
Fellows are first paired with an early-stage technology from University of Washington’s CoMotion, Fred Hutch, Seattle Children’s, or Benaroya Research Institute. They then work with the inventors, as well as mentors from ITHS, WRF, the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship, and CoMotion, to evaluate if the technology presents a start-up or licensing opportunity.
Learn more about this opportunity and how to apply during an info session with ITHS Director of Research Partnerships, Terri Butler, PhD. All Foster MBA students (who have taken the core classes) and graduate students with entrepreneurial core coursework in marketing, strategy, and finance in their backgrounds are eligible to apply.