What makes a research project attractive (or not) to the biophamaceutical industry? Our Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Horacio Moreno, will present the perspective of the biopharmaceutical sector and some common criteria used to select and evaluate external biomedical research projects. Horacio will also provide a few tips on how to approach investors or companies in the sector with regard to promoting the transfer of academic projects to society.
Key points that will be addressed during the talk:
- Language. Speaking the same language is essential to connect.
- Size matters (a lot!). A few numbers.
- The right approach to partners. Priorities and global perspective.
- Understanding industry needs in order to identify common goals.
If you want to find out how your science connects with industry and how it can be transformed to reach society, this workshop is for you!
Organizer: IRB Innovation Department
Date: Tuesday October16, 12:00-13:00
Place: Aula Fèlix Serratosa, Parc Científic de Barcelona, Spain
The workshop is offered to the entire IRB Barcelona community and IRB Barcelona alumni (40 places are available).
If you would like to attend this presentation, please register in the following link before 8 October 2018. A confirmation email will be sent after the registration deadline.
Dr. Horacio Moreno, is our recently appointed Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EiR). Horacio is currently devoted to consultancy, as well as training and educational activities, all related to the Biopharmaceutical sector.
Horacio has extensive experience in Business Development & Licensing and has held previous positions at pharmaceutical companies such as Almirall, Gebro Pharma and Menarini. Horacio holds a PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Barcelona.