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Mentorship

Innovators will encounter challenges while seeking to transform healthcare.  Mentors can be an invaluable source of support and guidance. The organizations in the HHIN offer opportunities for innovators to connect one-on-one or in small groups with doctors, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and other experienced healthcare professionals. Innovators can use this time to gather feedback on a business plan, practice and refine pitches, learn about the mentor’s career trajectory, and seek advice.

 
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Boston Children’s Hospital

 

Technology & Innovation Development Office (TIDO)
Technology Development Fund (TDF)

The TDF is a seed-stage academic catalyst fund dedicated to translating high-impact academic technologies into the independently-validated, later-stage opportunities sought by industry partners and investors. Technologies funded by TDF range from therapeutics and devices, to diagnostics and vaccines in both pediatric and adult indications. The TDF is currently being offered to Boston Children's employees only.

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Brigham Health

 

Brigham Digital Innovation Hub (iHub)

Brigham Digital Innovation Hub has three areas of focus; matchmaking market solutions with internal challenges, accelerating the development, use and commercialization of Brigham-developed solutions, and fostering a culture of digital innovation and collaboration.

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Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Center for Trauma Innovation

The Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Center for Trauma Innovation functions as a think tank, inspiring robust research collaborations across medical disciplines and institutions, while providing seed funding to the best and brightest physician-scientists—all with a goal of transforming trauma care for civilians and military heroes who suffer from devastating traumatic injuries.

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Harvard Medical School

 

Center for Primary Care
Mentor Office Hours

Mentor hours provide students with an opportunity to meet with alumni, investors, and entrepreneurs to ask career questions, pitch an idea, or learn more about their background. We schedule 20-30 minute time slots per student.

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Harvard University

 

Harvard Office of Technology Development Experts in Residence

The Office of Technology Development's (OTD) Experts in Residence (XIRS) program is a powerful resource for Harvard faculty and researchers to accelerate startup formation and support the commercialization of University innovations. The XIRs include partners at venture capital firms, scientific entrepreneurs, R&D executives, and other respected experts on company formation and leadership, intellectual property strategy, legal transactions, product development, regulatory affairs, marketing, and corporate partnerships. OTD invites Harvard’s principal investigators to reach out with any questions in these areas or generally relating to technology commercialization.

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HARVARD i-Lab
Office hours & ENTREPRENEURS IN RESIDENCE

All full-time, degree-seeking Harvard students have access to office hours with some of the most innovative, creative and seasoned experts in the venture space.

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Harvard Office of Technology Development
Entrepreneurs in Residence

The Office of Technology Development's (OTD) Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIRS) program become familiar with the latest research in Harvard labs, give advice on entrepreneurship and innovation, and--when the right opportunity presents itself--help catalyze new startups around Harvard technologies.

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