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  • Academy Events

  • Building Human Capital To Drive New York's Innovation Economy

    Monday, April 15, 2013 | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    The New York Academy of Sciences

    Presented by the New York Academy of Sciences and the New York State Science & Technology Law Center

      • Registration Closed

    Transforming laboratory research into commercial products and services is vital to New York's future economic growth. Human capital is integral to this commercialization process and includes not only scientists and engineers, but also other professionals, such as business managers, marketing specialists, financial analysts, and intellectual property and corporate transaction attorneys. This conference will examine unique programs in New York State universities which are building the professional infrastructure needed to support NY’s innovation economy, examine the needs of companies commercializing new technology and explore potential future public partnerships to accelerate human capital development.

    *Reception to follow.

    Organizers

    Chris Hayter

    The New York Academy of Sciences

    Theodore M. Hagelin

    New York State Science & Technology Law Center

    Speakers

    Kenneth Adams

    President & CEO and Commissioner of the New York State Department of Economic Development

    Martin Babinec

    Upstate Venture Connect

    Greg Gdowski, PhD

    University of Rochester

    Keith M. Gottesdiener, MD

    Rhythm Pharmaceuticals

    Bruce Kingma, PhD

    iSchool and Whitman, Syracuse University

    Rajit Manohar, MS, PhD

    Cornell NYC Tech

    Brian Model

    Stonehendge Growth Capital

    Howard Morgan, PhD

    First Round Capital

    James Spencer

    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

    Mary Twiss

    Clarkson University

    Lilian Wu, PhD

    IBM Global University Programs

    Registration Pricing

    This event is free, but registration is required.

    Presented by

    • NYAS
    • New York State Science & Technology Law Center
    • New York State Science & Technology Law Center
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