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‘From Bench to Boardroom: The Journey of Early Career Entrepreneurs,’ Dec. 6

Invention research

Invention research

Update: Due to overwhelming demand, this event will now be held virtually instead of in-person. Please note the reception is no longer part of the Agenda. For those who were unable to participate in person, you can still register to join via Zoom: please register now to get the Zoom link. Links will be sent to all those who have already registered.

Have you considered commercializing your invention after completing your degree? Register now to participate in the panel discussion, “From Bench to Boardroom: The Journey of Early Career Entrepreneurs,” hosted by Intellectual Property Partners in collaboration with the Stony Brook Chapter of the National Academy of Inventors, on Tuesday, December 6, at 2:30 pm.

Join this candid conversation among those who recognized an opportunity and successfully started their own ventures early in their careers. This interactive panel will discuss the ups and downs of the panelists’ entrepreneurial journeys, as well as give useful advice for Stony Brook post-docs, graduate students and early-career faculty thinking about starting their own companies. 

The panel will be preceded by a keynote address from Marie Badalamente and the Young Academic Inventors Symposium. Badalamente is a professor of orthopaedics at Stony Brook and a member of the National Academy of Inventors, who holds numerous patents both in the U.S. and worldwide.

This event is free and open to the Stony Brook University community. Registration is required. Seating is limited: please register now to secure your spot. To learn more and see the event agenda, visit the website. For questions, please contact Olga Kaufman:

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