Stephanie Marrus, a Silicon Valley business consultant who is affiliated with the Stanford Technology Ventures program and is a mentor for E145, discusses entrepreneurship in the life sciences. She defines life sciences as an industry, the path to test a new drug in humans, the details and funding of clinical research and trials, tech vs. life science venture characteristics, and the motivations for being a life sciences entrepreneur.
Take the quizzes and find the rest of the course at http://eesley.blogspot.com
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