By Craig Shimasaki
As an authoritative advisor to biotechnology firm and entrepreneurship, Biotechnology Entrepreneurship and administration supports the foreign group in education the biotechnology leaders of tomorrow.
Outlining basic options important to graduate scholars and practitioners coming into the biotech in administration or in any entrepreneurial capability, Biotechnology Entrepreneurship and administration provides established innovations and hard-won classes from a number one board of educators and practitioners.
It presents a ‘how-to’ for people education at any point for the biotech undefined, from macro to micro. insurance levels from the preliminary problem of translating a expertise thought right into a operating enterprise case, via securing angel funding, and in handling all features of the end result: enterprise valuation, enterprise improvement, partnering, organic production, FDA approvals and regulatory requirements.
An attractive and elementary sort is complemented via various diagrams, pix and company move charts with determination timber to aid powerful administration and determination making.
• presents proven concepts and classes in an attractive and elementary variety supplemented by way of adapted pedagogy, education counsel and evaluation sidebars
• Case reports are interspersed all through each one bankruptcy to aid key thoughts and most sensible practices.
• better by means of use of diverse certain pictures, tables and movement charts
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Biotechnology Entrepreneurship: Starting, Managing, and Leading Biotech Companies by Craig Shimasaki