The 2018 « Brain to Market » summer school, takes place from the 3rd to the 7th of September, at the Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle Epinière (Institut du Cerveau – ICM), in Paris, with the Parkinson’s disease for theme.
Applications are closed !
This novel and innovative programme of training combine both translational neuroscience and entrepreunarial formation aim to change participants‘s mindset.
Targeting audience from various origins, the main aim of this summer school is to provide a high level training in a 360° environment, giving to participants a comprehensive overview of reality and issues of the economic and industrial sphere.
During a 5 days period, through an intensive training, participants are challenged on research issues, different each year, with a final aim to imagine together medicine for tomorrow.
5 days to participate to innovation
- Various participants, national and international researchers (master and PhD students, post-doctorants), clinicians, engineers, executives.
- An innovative training combing neuropathology and entrepreneurial formation
- An intensive training: students work within multidisciplinary groups in order to share their knowledges in an efficient way
- Ambitious projects reviewed by experts
A quick education
- 1st day, the scientific thematic is presented trough experts talks : researchers, clinicians, paramedical staff. The aim of this day is to highlight the major challenges of the diseases and pave the way to project elaboration.
- 2nd day, marketing and business basis, health market, ethics and regulatory aspects are approached by representative experts from the health and wellbeing economic community: firms and regulatory agencies.
- 3rd and 4th days, participants work within teams on projects with an instructor and a coach who help them to promote their ideas
- 5th day, participants present their projects which are evaluated par an expert committee to elect the most promising
Download here the presentation of “Brain to Market” Summer School, and the training programme for 2018.