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Applications Due on Dec. 28th for LA BioStart Bioscience Entrepreneurs Boot Camp

  • Mon Dec 17 19:02:00 GMT 2018
  • Los Angeles
  • Author Hanan Al-Hakim

Biocom Institute and Leadership Edge are proud to be partners of the LA BioStart Bioscience Entrepreneurs Boot Camp. Applications are now open for the winter 2019 boot camp (4th cohort), which will be held at which will be held at Cal State LA and in downtown LA offices of LA Cleantech Incubator and Nixon-Peabody LLC from January 15th–February 13th, 2019.

The LA BioStart Bioscience Entrepreneurs Boot Camp is a five-week, highly interactive, intensive training program pairing emerging bioscience entrepreneurs with business and industry experts and executives for rapid training in business fundamentals, bioscience industry knowledge and leadership skills. There is no cost to attend with complimentary food and parking for all participants. Upon successful completion of the boot camp, participants will receive a full year of Biocom membership. Open to early-stage and emerging entrepreneurs, including scientists, engineers, faculty, principal investigators, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students. Visit the LA BioStart Bioscience Entrepreneurs Boot Camp webpage for more information or contact with any questions.


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