September 2, 2008
Do you have what it takes to start your own neurotech venture? If you think so, then I'd highly recommend getting over to MIT to enroll in this year's Neurotechnology Ventures seminar put on by Ed Boyden, Joost Paul Bonsen and Rutledge Ellis-Behnke. Each 2-hour class begins with a survey of a broad topic area, and continues with a live-case study of a current, specific, development or commercialization effort in that area. Explorations will cover a broad array of issues ranging from the deeply technical, to the analysis of market realities from across the neurotechology industry. Topics Include: neuroimaging, neurology/psychiatry diagnosis, rehabilitation, neurosurgery, neuropharmacology, brain Stimulation, prosthetics, sensory and motor augmentation, regenerative neuromedicine, and more. I'll be back there next week for the kick off meeting giving an overview of the neurotech industry while following weeks are full of exciting emerging neurotech innovators.
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