Health Tech Assembly - 64135

Health Tech Assembly - 64135

Tue, 03/12/2013 - 18:00 - 20:00
Columbia UniversityMedical CenterHammer Health Sciences Center, Lower Level 205

Interested in Healthcare Entrepreneurship? Come check out the first meeting of the Health Tech Assembly (HTA), a group of Columbia students and faculty from the Medical, Engineering, and Business schools.

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The Health Tech Assembly (HTA) is a collaboration between 4 disciplines of graduate education at Columbia University formed to foster innovation in healthcare. The leadership of HTA represents the medical, engineering, business, and social work schools at Columbia - recognizing the importance of these four fields in the advancement of healthcare.

We aim to create an environment where nascent ideas can be evaluated for their real world applicability (clinicians and scientists), feasibility (engineers), and market potential (entrepreneurs) simultaneously. We want to encourage the development and refinement of early ideas and provide information on concrete steps towards turning ideas into products and companies.

The event will feature a presentation by Blueprint Health, a start-up accelerator program with a large network of mentors in the
healthcare space. A networking session will follow.

When: October 15, 2013, 6:30-8:30 pm
Where: Hammer Health Sciences Center, LL1-103 (701 W 168th St, at the corner of 168th St and Ft. Washington Ave)

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Scopus/Engineering Village Lunch and Learn (free pizza!)

Scopus/Engineering Village Lunch and Learn (free pizza!)

Wed, 10/31/2012 - 11:30 - 12:30
Davis Auditorium

Scopus representatives will be hosting research sessions that focus on how to use the Scopus and Engineering Village databases in your research and studies. All are welcome!

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Scopus representatives will be hosting research sessions that focus on how to use the Scopus and Engineering Village databases in your research and studies.

Gerard A. Ateshian

Gerard A. Ateshian

Professor and Chair
Andrew Walz Professor of Mechanical Engineering
244 S.W. Mudd, Mail code: 4703
Tel: (212) 854-8602
Fax:  (212) 854-3304
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