Brigham, Partners, and Harvard Medical School Community
The Harvard Health Innovation Network, or HHIN, brings together key players in innovation and entrepreneurship within the Harvard Health family. By offering a wide range of innovative events, resources and opportunities, the HHIN aims to promote and keep Harvard Health as a leader in entrepreneurial innovation and discovery. This network is open to students, practitioners, researchers and faculty within the Harvard network.
The Boston Biomedical Innovation Center seeks collaborative research projects to develop technologies aimed at improving patient care in heart, lung, blood, and sleep disorders. Technologies include diagnostics, therapeutics, and devices. Projects that are in the earlier stages of pre-commercial development will be considered. Applications must address unmet needs to improve healthcare outcomes and aim to generate viable diagnostic, therapeutic or device candidates for commercial development. Apply for a pilot grant.
Are you available this summer to jumpstart your idea “out of the lab and out of the building”? Applications are due April 10th for CIMIT’s Healthcare Commercialization Bootcamp. Teams will leave with a solid business plan and commercialization roadmap. Don’t miss this chance to be guided by Boston’s healthcare commercialization experts! For more information on eligibility and requirements click here.
Established in 2008, the Catalyst | Center is dedicated to improving human health by enabling collaboration and providing tools, training, and technologies to clinical and translational investigators. As a shared enterprise of Harvard University, Harvard Catalyst resources are made freely available to all Harvard faculty and trainees, regardless of institutional affiliation or academic degree.
The i-lab is a cross-university resource center for students from across Harvard interested in entrepreneurship and innovation. The programming offered by the i-lab is designed to help students grow their ventures at any stage of development and covers a wide range of disciplines.
MIT Hacking Medicine energizes and connects the best minds across MIT and the health ecosystem to teach, learn, and launch the next generation of healthcare solutions to solve healthcare’s biggest challenges at home and abroad.
The Rock Center has embraced Arthur Rock’s vision in becoming the “Center of What’s Next.” Through a community of support, access to content that inspires and informs, and a gateway to entrepreneurial ecosystems everywhere, we help HBS students and alumni create ventures that revolutionize.
In this eBook, with stories written by Christina Hernandez Sherwood and Nicola Parry, you’ll read more about our process, get insight from entrepreneurs who got their start at H@cking Medicine hackathons, and go inside our biggest event to date: Healthcare’s Grand H@ckfest.
Given pending mobile medical apps guidance from the FDA, Rock Health has developed a guide for digital health entrepreneurs trying to navigate the FDA process. The report covers the current scope of regulatory oversight, device classification and premarket requirements for digital health companies creating regulated products. Digital health entrepreneurs that have successfully navigated the process offer pointers and best practices to startups.
Health care entrepreneurs need every possible edge. athenahealth’s MDP Accelerator program provides you with a tailored program, VIP access to experts and exposure to over 59,000 providers. Join us, and give your innovative solution the opportunity and scale it deserves
We bring together the area’s largest active community of investors and startup experts to provide you with the practical, hands-on education and personalized mentoring you need as you navigate the fundraising process. Our programs were created in collaboration with the investors who fund our area’s startups; they regularly participate in our curriculum development and execution, and share what you need to know, before you ask them for capital.
As a group of investors at firms that range from small to large and from tech to life science, members of the New England Venture Capital Association (NEVCA) share a common goal: to maintain a vibrant venture capital community in New England that helps keep our thriving startup ecosystem strong.