Entrepreneurship Course 2016 – Biomedical Commercialization

Shannon Beeman
November 12, 2015

Are you thinking about a career in healthcare consulting, investment banking, private equity or in-house business development? Or do you wish to join a healthcare product development and commercialization team in an established or an early-stage company?

If you are considering these options, you might find this interdisciplinary course from ZLI (ES 720) a worthwhile career booster or simply interesting. The class was developed at Johns Hopkins and is taught Winter A on Mondays, 6:30-9:30p.m.

Registration is open to MBA students and to graduate students in medicine, bioengineering, pharmacy, life sciences, law, public health, and health management.

The course is taught by ZLI Associate Director and Clinical Assistant Professor Eric Gordon. Professor Gordon’s areas of interest are entrepreneurship and technology commercialization, the biomedical industry (pharmaceuticals, devices and biotechnology), venture capital, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, and digital and mobile marketing. He also is a professor at the School of Law. He has served as an adviser or co-founder to numerous companies.

For more information email: rmegordo@umich.edu (Erik Gordon)