Thanks to my co-panelists for a great discussion on Redesigning Medical Entrepreneurship in the Global space! And thanks to Sheba Medical Center for hosting an amazing ARC Summit to foster innovation in the digital health and biotech space around the world. Looking forward to continuing the discussion!Read More
Mazal Tov to the amazing and innovative digital health entrepreneurs at Sheba Medical Center that just graduated from the SPARC bootcamp. I really enjoyed talking with them about how to plan their AI ventures and navigate their IP and FDA planning. Looking forward to staying in touch!Read More
Looking for a new home for my online course on the topic of Business and Legal Tools for Digital Health Entrepreneurship. All thoughts are welcome!Read More
As a WBEC East certified woman owned law firm, I was very excited to lead a workshop for women entrepreneurs on the key legal issues and contract tips for launching and growing your business. I look forward to engaging in future WBEC East events and to sharing experiences with more amazing WBEs! For more info on the Jumpstart Series, see this link: https://wbeceast.com/jump-start-series/.
It was great to lecture to amazing fashion design entrepreneurs at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design! It was even more fun to speak in Hebrew in the feminine form to the majority of women in the class! Looking forward to doing it again soon.Read More
Really enjoyed teaching again on the topic of Entry into the U.S. Market for Israeli Digital Health Start-ups at Tel Aviv University’s Coller School of Management. The cohort of start-ups was impressive, as were the faculty and other participants. Looking forward to joining this annual bootcamp in December 2023!Read More
Please join me at Jenkins Law Library for a virtual CLE discussion on the key issues to take into account as you plan and build your digital health startup. Registration is at the following link: https://www.jenkinslaw.org/cle/classes/building-digital-health-start-what-are-5-critical-concerns-webinar.Read More
Had a fabulous experience serving as faculty on the topic of Establishing a U.S. Entity for Tel Aviv University’s annual 4-day bootcamp, Health Care Technological Innovation – From Idea to Commercialization, hosted by the Lahav Executive Program for Biotechnology, Medical Device and Health IT Entrepreneurs and Managers at the Coller School of Management. This unique intensive program focuses on the critical elements in the formation, launch, and strategic/operational management of health-related technologies, with a particular focus on companies developing and enabling technologies in biotechnology, medical devices and healthcare IT. It was invigorating to engage with the Israeli start-up cohort, as well as Israeli, U.S. and global stakeholders, including start-ups, incubators, venture capitalists, regulators, attorneys, financial advisors and key opinion leaders from academic and other institutions.Read More