Have an idea but don't know how to get it turned into a viable business?
Registration is open now for the fall 2016 JHU Bootcamp for Technology Entrepreneurs, which is supported by the Carey Business School, the School of Medicine, the Whiting School of Engineering, and Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures.
The scope of the program has been expanded this year to include all domains of discovery while recognizing a key constituent in the biomedical sciences. To date, it has fostered a number of startups in the device, biomarker, infotech, vaccine, and service spaces, among others.
Bootcamp is open to all Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, postdoctoral fellows, students, and residents except for those at the Carey Business School, who have other courses available to them. For those eligible, tuition remission applies.
Classes will meet on four nonconsecutive days in September and October. To learn more and to register, go to the bootcamp website.
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