MGD Health ICE: upcoming programs and webinars

| June 10, 2019
Submitted by Meagan Keane for Student Experience

The Michael G. DeGroote Health Innovation, Commercialization and Entrepreneurship (MGD Health ICE), is an initiative within the MGD School of Medicine that is focused on accelerating the exploration of health innovation opportunities. MGD Health ICE works with researchers, clinicians and students across all faculties and health organizations to solve clinical challenges and create the next generation of impactful health ventures. Read on for a list of upcoming programs and webinars.

Health Venture program

Development Stream: Business Development, Capital Raising and Market Entry
Date: June 26, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Location: McMaster University MDCL Building
For more information or to register, email Sarrah Lal, Assistant Professor of Medicine.

Accelerated Stream: Therapeutics & Medical Devices
Date: Wednesday, June 26, 8:00 am– 5:30 pm
Location: McMaster University Centre for Continuing Education (1 James St. N. Hamilton, ON)
Cost: Clinicians, researchers and staff: $190 until June 20, $250 after June 20. Students, including medical residents: $95 until June 20, $150 after June 20.
View the agenda here, and click here to register for the program.
Email Sarrah Lal for more information.

Upcoming Educational webinars: The Innovator Toolkit
June 20 – Innovation Validation: Pilots and Trials. Register here.
July 4 – Procurement and Co-Development Processes. Register here
July 18 – Go-To-Market Strategies: Therapeutics & Medical Devices. Register here.

 

For more information about MGD Health ICE and upcoming programs, sign-up for the MGD Health ICE weekly newsletters.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Comment Policy

We generally welcome discussion on our blog posts. However, we reserve the right to edit or delete comments in certain situations:

  • Comments which include unrelated or suspicious links or messages (spam).
  • Comments which are off topic.
  • Comments which attack or threaten individuals or a group of people.
  • Comments which include profanity or messages that would generally be considered offensive or inappropriate by the McMaster community.

This site is moderated by the DeGroote Marketing and Community Engagement team. If you have any questions please email Jared Lenover.