There is no "right" way to become an entrepreneur. While some graduate students stay in academia, many others choose to pursue other exciting options in industry, government, and non-academic settings. However, students are often unfamiliar with these opportunities and end up missing out on exciting careers. The “Inspire” seminar series is a unique opportunity to explore the complex ecosystem of the biomedical industry and directly connect with these professionals.
This seminar series consists of independent events, providing an overview of different areas of the biomedical and biotech fields. There is no "right" way to become an entrepreneur. Hear from and engage with a diverse group of physicians, CEOs, inventors, founders, engineers, and scientists from San Antonio and beyond as each of them tells the story of how they became a life science innovator.
If your career path is still unclear or you are curious about what opportunities lie ahead, come to the Inspire, Embark, and Explore Seminar Series and ask the experts.
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