Academic Entrepreneurship is a free open education resource that seeks to build a diverse community of empowered professionals who know how to bridge the worlds of academic research and commercialization to better help ideas and discoveries turn into innovations that provide value to patients, providers and healthcare systems, thereby realizing full market potential and societal impact. This book is a repository of tools, advice, and best practices that establishes a foundation for academic researchers and innovators wherever they may reside.
Nalaka Gooneratne, MD, MS
Rachel McGarrigle, MSEd
Flaura Winston, MD, PhD
AcadEnt topics and authors are showcased in educational events across CHOP and Penn campuses and recorded for our broader AcadEnt community. This FDA Roundtable focused on novel drugs and biologics and featured CHOP experts Dr. Stephan Grupp and Sarah McCague with Moderator Dr. Chip Smith. The panelists played integral parts in the FDA approval of Kymriah and Luxturna, the first-approved CAR-T therapy and in vivo gene therapy respectively. Access the recording and resources here.
Interactive video elements are a great way to bring E-book chapters to life. Author Linda Miller has added an interactive intro course to the “Writing Business Plans” chapter. It’s a quick intro to the “Triple Win Framework,” that helps you demonstrate the benefit of your idea for patients, providers, and the financier. Please click the link to go directly to the interactive.
Book DOI: 10.21428/b2e239dc.c557dc9a