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Vanderbilt-Ancora Request for Proposals

Vanderbilt is receiving Requests for Proposals for development of novel therapeutics under its collaboration with Deerfield Management

Applications Open for 36/86: Student Edition

36|86: Student Edition celebrates student entrepreneurship with programming tailored to the unique needs of young founders interested in taking an idea to market or growing an existing business. Student-founded companies are invited to pitch for $60,000 in total prizes.

Applications open March 5, 2018 and close May 28, 2018. More details at attend3686.com.

Lecture: Collaborating with industry to advance basic science research

 

Members of the Vanderbilt community are invited to a presentation and reception this April 6th highlighting Vanderbilt’s industry engagement efforts, with a focus on our just-announced collaboration with Deerfield Management. Read more about the collaboration here.

Student Startup Fast Track Pitch Competition

Startup Fast Track Pitch Competition

Who:  Innovative students from within all majors and skill sets
What:  A mini pitch competition & innovation challenge where students pair into teams to develop innovative approaches to real world problems. Prizes will be awarded in each category, based on a panel of judges and scores from your peers.

When:  March 25, 2018 from 4-8pm CT 
Where:  Nashville Entrepreneur Center

Are you a college or university student in Tennessee?

Are you building a business or interested in working with startups?

Enabling Innovation Initiative Series

VUSM Innovators Speaker Series March 23rd with Dr. Dane Wittrup.

Workshop on SBIR / STTR Resources

Translating academic research into viable commercial products can have tremendous impact on the scientific community. LaunchTN offers resources for entrepreneurial researchers to advance their commercialization efforts.

Enabling Innovation Initiative lecture

Dr. David L. Black, Ph.D., F-ABFT, FAIC, will present "Accidental Entrepreneur: From scientist to business man in 20 short years." Dr. Black will share insights for young scientist-entrepreneurs interested in starting their own ventures or becoming a valuable contributing member of established companies. His hard-won knowledge of leadership traits and establishing cultures that create success will be relevant to any career path trainees choose to pursue.

CTTC Flash Pitch '18

The Flash Pitch Competition is an innovative program sponsored by the Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization (CTTC) and co-hosted with the Wond'ry. The objective of the Flash Pitch Competition is to provide Vanderbilt students with an opportunity to jump-start their entrepreneurial dreams by presenting their start-up idea to a panel of investors and entrepreneurs for some critical feedback.

NashCocktail

Established in July 2010, NashCocktail is a fun evening of casual networking, and free food and drinks.

Each month, marketers, developers, digital specialists, recruiters and tech-related individuals network to meet new people, employees and friends. This is a stellar community of creative and supportive individuals who have a passion for their profession.

CTTC Office Hours at The Wond'ry

CTTC's licensing and new ventures officers have regular office hours at the Wond'ry on Tuesdays and Fridays from 1:00 to 2:30 on the third floor (you'll see the signs on the outside of the offices).

If you have questions about intellectual property matters, invention disclosure, starting a new venture, or any other question related to the commercialization of technology, please feel free to stop by and see us at the Wond'ry.