Are you an entrepreneur seeking to gain insight to inform IP and general business strategy in the health sector? Do you want to learn more about the relationship between the university, affiliated hospitals, and founders as it relates to ownership of intellectual property?
Gain real-world insights from our moderated panel of medical and legal experts, researchers and start-up founders as they discuss IP considerations for research, commercialization and startup creation across health innovation in medical software, hardware and diagnostics / interventions. Then get the opportunity to ask these field experts a question of your own in a “cameras off, Ask Me Anything” Q&A session.
All are welcome at this event - students, faculty, staff, alumni, business leaders, and anyone else who wants to be inspired and gain practical advice and strategies on the most relevant issues, challenges and opportunities related to IP in the health sector.
- Deepen an understanding of how intellectual property fits into the field of Health IT and Innovation.
- Learn about the relationship between the university, affiliated hospitals, and founders as it relates to ownership of intellectual property.
- Gain practical advice and strategies from field experts on medical software, hardware and diagnostics / interventions in intellectual property.
ABOUT THE IP EDUCATION PROGRAM:
This event is part of the on-going workshops supplementing learnings from U of T’s IP Education Program, an accessible free, online training program designed to equip learners with a broad foundation in intellectual property. If you have are a student, staff, faculty or alumni with an active UTORID, find out more about this free online program, including how to register, here.