Drop in Hours

Thursdays from 1:30 – 5:00 pm
750 Behrakis (Founders Room)

Each Thursday, Health Sciences Entrepreneurs hosts drop in hours. Come by to talk entrepreneurship with our team or experience one of our scheduled programs.

Note: we will not be holding Drop in Hours on December 1.

Upcoming Events

Building a Clinical Research Strategy with Real-World Evidence

December 8
Presentation: 2:00 – 3:00 pm

Real world evidence (RWE) is an increasingly important component of the clinical strategy necessary to launch a successful product in the life sciences. Incorporating RWE into your clinical strategy reduces research costs, answer questions that cannot be addressed through clinical trials alone, and speeds the commercialization process.

Dr. Bob Giffin

Dr. Giffin has been involved in medical technology for more than twenty years, including commercialization of dozens of medical devices at Medtronic, as well as research and policy roles at the Medical Device Innovation Consortium and the Center for Medical Technology Policy.
Full Biography

Past Events

The Power of Messaging and Design for Life Science and Biotech Startups

November 17
Presentation: 2:00 – 3:00 pm
One-on-one consultations: 3:00 – 5:00pm

Can your top employee work 24/7, never need to bathe, never get tired, and always know exactly what to say? It might sound crazy, but this is exactly what your website is capable of doing. So why do most companies still see their websites as unnecessary, or worse? Because they don’t understand the true power of messaging and design.

David Nathan
Founder, Scaler Marketing

David Nathan is the co-founder of Scaler Marketing, a Branding and Web Design agency that builds foundational websites for life science and biotech startups. A focus on messaging and design are central to making every website as compelling and eye-catching as possible.

US Patent and Trademark Office resources for Inventors & Entrepreneurs

November 17
Presentation: 3:00 – 4:00pm

Examiner Albert Wong will present information about intellectual property and resources at the USPTO on protecting intellectual property.  These include training, informational resources, and various types of intellectual property.  The session will conclude with a Q and A regarding patents.

Albert Wong
Primary Examiner at the USPTO

Albert Wong is a Primary Examiner at the United States Patent and Trademark Office examining applications in telemetry and computer input devices.  Albert has been with the USPTO since 1994 and has worked in the Office of Innovation Development  educating independent inventors on the filing of patent applications.  Prior to joining the Office, Albert was a design engineer at Teradyne.  Albert has a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of California, Davis.

330 Behrakis Health Sciences Center
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115