How Does it Work?

How Does it Work?

The Program is open to 3rd year students from all TAU Faculties, the registration is done via Faculties Deans.

 

Steps in the Program

  • First Meeting to understand the program
  • Seminar in the medical center involved in the program
  • Grouping according to topic and brainstorming beginning
  • Participation in lectures on IP, business, quality, and regulation
  • Participation in entrepreneurship courses in Recanati Faculty of Business
  • Group meeting for brainstorming with the Program mentors

 

Submission of a proposal for funding:

- If approved, receiving $20K for the development of a prototype and running a proff-of-concept experiment

- If not approved, submission of a final project, each student to his own faculty

 

Time Table

  • Registration in Deans office – until March of each Academic year
  • Meeting with all program participants to get an overview of the program - end of May beginning of June
  • Participating in a seminar to understand the needs - mid July
  • Establishment of working groups and beginning of brainstorming - end of July
  • Participation in lectures on IP, business, quality, and regulation - during summer time
  • Participation in entrepreneurship courses in Recanati Faculty of Business - during the 4th Academic year
  • Group meeting for brainstorming with Program mentors - during summer time
  • Submission of a proposal for funding - by November
  • Results - by January
  • Prototype and proof of concept experiments - until the end of May
  • Submission of final project - end of Academic year (end of June)

 

What do I gain?

  • Participation in an entrepreneurship program to seek clinically unmet need
  • Participation in 4 entrepreneurship courses, with no additional fees
  • Participation in brainstorming meeting with and without associated mentors
  • Improved understanding of the clinical environment
  • Improved understanding of the process of founding new entrepreneurship
  • If you were granted with money, you have shares in the IP and may take part in a new startup once graduating the university
  • Familiarity with broad working environment
  • Familiarity and jointly working with students from different academic background (team work)
  • Familiarity with the medical industry requirements and process
  • Familiarity with opinion leaders from the medical and industrial communities
  • Challenged final project with dominant personal input on its outcome

 

 

 

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