Wishing you a very Happy Birthday | Dr. Chad E. Beyer

Dr. Chad E. Beyer serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship

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Chad E. Beyer
Promentis Pharmaceuticals
Milwaukee, WI
USA

Wishing you a very Happy Birthday | Dr. Chad E. Beyer

 

Dr Chad E Beyer

Dr. Chad E. Beyer

Editor in Chief: Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship

 

Chad E. Beyer
Promentis Pharmaceuticals
Milwaukee, WI
USA

WISHING A VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY DR. DENNIS M. GROSS!

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DR. DENNIS M. GROSS

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship

CEO & Treasurer, Pennsylvania Drug Discovery Institute

Greater Philadelphia Area

OPEN ACCESS ARTICLE – A Cross-Disciplinary Doctoral Emphasis in Bioentrepreneurship – Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship

Journal: Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship

Author(s): Denneal Jamison-McClung*, Judith A. Kjelstrom

Abstract:

The Designated Emphasis in Biotechnology (DEB) graduate program is the largest crossdisciplinary doctoral program at UC Davis, encompassing 29 disciplines and training over 200 students in bioentrepreneurship annually. Core coursework includes foundational training in biotechnology and team science, a bioentrepreneurship seminar series, training in bioethics and an industry internship. Personalized mentoring and professional development activities that emphasize leadership, science communication and entrepreneurship have been keys to the growth and success of the DEB, including the recruitment and retention of ~20% students from underrepresented backgrounds. Institutional support has allowed DEB program directors to build and sustain this unique model program through extramural training grant awards and the cultivation of public-private partnerships. A case study of the DEB is presented to encourage the development of similar cross-disciplinary doctoral programs in bioentrepreneurship.

Read more here: http://www.eurekaselect.com/154692

 

RECENTLY PUBLISHED ISSUES – BENTHAM SCIENCE JOURNALS

Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening 20-6

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Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship 4-2

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Current Organic Chemistry 21-20

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Current Cardiology Reviews 13-4

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Protein & Peptide Letters 24-8

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Current Medicinal Chemistry 24-30

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Current Medicinal Chemistry 24-31

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Current Drug Discovery Technologies 14-4

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Current Medicinal Chemistry 24-32

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Current Alzheimer Research 14-12

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Current Pharmaceutical Design 23-27

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Editor’s Choice – Hold-up in Ventures for Technology Transfer – Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship

Journal: Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship

Author(s): Klaus Spremann.

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Abstract:

Entrepreneurs and Investors found ventures for transferring technology and bringing it closer to the market. Focussing on a situation in which the investor exercises hold-up at the disadvantage of the entrepreneur, this paper works on three points: We identify (1) conditions which make hold-up possible, and discuss (2) measures which help entrepreneurs to protect themselves against hold-up. (3) The balance of powers in a venture is related to returns to scale. Overall, the paper contributes to the theory of small-seized firms which are exposed to high uncertainties including behavioural opportunism.

Read more here: http://www.eurekaselect.com/148584

Editor’s Choice Article – “Hold-up in Ventures for Technology Transfer”

Journal: Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship

Author(s): Klaus Spremann

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Abstract:

Entrepreneurs and Investors found ventures for transferring technology and bringing it closer to the market. Focussing on a situation in which the investor exercises hold-up at the disadvantage of the entrepreneur, this paper works on three points: We identify (1) conditions which make hold-up possible, and discuss (2) measures which help entrepreneurs to protect themselves against hold-up. (3) The balance of powers in a venture is related to returns to scale. Overall, the paper contributes to the theory of small-seized firms which are exposed to high uncertainties including behavioural opportunism.

Read more here: http://www.eurekaselect.com/148584

New Issue ::: Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship , 3 Issue 2

Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship (TTE) publishes definitive review articles including case histories covering a broad range of topics that underlie the business of biomedical and research, specifically translating basic scientific discoveries into commercial opportunities. This includes understanding of the technology transfer process and entrepreneurship in academia, the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries; directed towards economic development, better healthcare, and long-term job creation.

The journal scope includes economic insights on how technology is transferred within the bioscience and healthcare industries, and the underlying entrepreneurship that embodies scientific and biomedical research.

Articles from the journal Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship , 3 Issue 2

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Editor’s Choice Article – “The Capital Café: Embracing Alternative Forms and Sources of Capital”

Journal: Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship

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Abstract: There is a growing trend amongst entrepreneurs that they will not start a business unless they first raise cash from a banker, an angel investor or a venture capitalist. The ability to raise capital has become a litmus test as to the viability of a business opportunity. However, the vast majority of business opportunities will not meet the lending or investment criteria of these capital sources. Even if the criteria can be met, the costs of obtaining capital from these sources may be too high. This paper sets forth an alternative approach that may generate multiple sources of capital at lower costs of capital. The approach obtains capital in the form of assets from strategic partners or stakeholders who will benefit from the success of the new business. To successfully implement this approach, a founder of a new business must understand which capital assets are critical to a successful business launch and must understand the motivation of investor candidates to make those assets available to the new business.

Read more here: http://benthamscience.com/journals/technology-transfer-and-entrepreneurship/volume/1/issue/1/page/2/

Highlighted Article Flyer for the journal “Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship”

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