Introduction to Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship for Biotherapeutic Scientists

Sep 14, 2018

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8:30am–4:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

Details

The Clinical Translation Education Group (CTEG) will be hosting a one-day workshop on intellectual property (IP) and entrepreneurship. It will be aimed at highly-qualified personnel (HQP), with the objective of introducing key topics related to IP and entrepreneurship within the context of biotherapeutic technologies for scientists in academia.

Objectives:
- Understand, at a high level, what IP is.
- Understand how to conduct a patent search.
- Understand how to navigate the IP process with your university's Tech Transfer Office (TTO).
- Learn the fundamental aspects of entrepreneurship in the context of a biotherapeutic discovery.

Topics Covered:
- IP 101
- Conducting patent searches
- Working with your university’s TTO
- Keynote on IP
- How do I finance the development of my discovery?
- Introduction to business plans and term sheets
- Meet the experts in IP and entrepreneurship fields 

Agenda and Speakers:
The agenda for the workshop is being finalized now. Please stay tuned for more information. Speakers will include:
- Stefan Larson, Venture Partner, Versant Ventures
- Katherine Bonter, Director of Intellectual Property, Clementia Pharmaceuticals
- Namrata Barai, Senior Manager, Business Development, Industry Partnerships and Commercialization, SickKids
- Patricia Folkins, Partner, Bereskin & Parr
- Philip Toleikis, President & CEO, Sernova Corp.
- Ainslie Little, Director of Intellectual Property, BlueRock Therapeutics
- Jonathan Yeh, Manager, Venture Development, CCRM
- Julia Pomoransky, Manufacturing Sciences and Technology, Turnstone Biologics
- Milica Radisic, Professor & Canada Research Chair, Functional Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering, University of Toronto
- Michael May, President & CEO, CCRM

What to Bring: 
There will be an interactive session called "How to Conduct a Patent Search" during the workshop. Please bring a laptop computer or tablet so that you can participate.  

This event is brought to you by the CTEG member organizations and is sponsored, in part, by Medicine by Design.

Location

Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre - Giovanni Room
89 Chestnut Street
Toronto
M5G 1R1

Contact

Megan Mahoney
416-978-3751
2018-09-14 12:30:00 2018-09-14 20:00:00 UTC Introduction to Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship for Biotherapeutic Scientists The Clinical Translation Education Group (CTEG) will be hosting a one-day workshop on intellectual property (IP) and entrepreneurship. It will be aimed at highly-qualified personnel (HQP), with the objective of introducing key topics related to IP and entrepreneurship within the context of biotherapeutic technologies for scientists in academia.Objectives:- Understand, at a high level, what IP is.- Understand how to conduct a patent search.- Understand how to navigate the IP process with your university's Tech Transfer Office (TTO).- Learn the fundamental aspects of entrepreneurship in the context of a biotherapeutic discovery.Topics Covered:- IP 101- Conducting patent searches- Working with your university’s TTO- Keynote on IP- How do I finance the development of my discovery?- Introduction to business plans and term sheets- Meet the experts in IP and entrepreneurship fields Agenda and Speakers:The agenda for the workshop is being finalized now. Please stay tuned for more information. Speakers will include:- Stefan Larson, Venture Partner, Versant Ventures- Katherine Bonter, Director of Intellectual Property, Clementia Pharmaceuticals- Namrata Barai, Senior Manager, Business Development, Industry Partnerships and Commercialization, SickKids- Patricia Folkins, Partner, Bereskin & Parr- Philip Toleikis, President & CEO, Sernova Corp.- Ainslie Little, Director of Intellectual Property, BlueRock Therapeutics- Jonathan Yeh, Manager, Venture Development, CCRM- Julia Pomoransky, Manufacturing Sciences and Technology, Turnstone Biologics- Milica Radisic, Professor & Canada Research Chair, Functional Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering, University of Toronto- Michael May, President & CEO, CCRMWhat to Bring: There will be an interactive session called "How to Conduct a Patent Search" during the workshop. Please bring a laptop computer or tablet so that you can participate.  This event is brought to you by the CTEG member organizations and is sponsored, in part, by Medicine by Design. 89 Chestnut Street - Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre - Giovanni Room memahoney@biocanrx.com
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