Postdocs attend competitive course, Keck Graduate Institute
This summer students from across the US attended a week-long ASCB-KGI Biotech Course which was held in July at the Keck Graduate Institute. The course is offered by The American Society for Cell Biology and Keck Graduate Institute.The summer intensive program is highly competitive and designed for advanced graduate students and postdoctoral trainees who want to learn about preparing for a career in industry.

This year's course topics included Commercializing Science, Market Assessment, Bioscience Business Strategy, IP/Innovation Management, and Social Networks Entrepreneurship.

In total, 50 graduate students and postdocs were selected for the biotech summer course, which was open to both US and international applicants, and the Health Science Center's very own Rafael Veranza and Ahsan Choudari were selected to participate.

Congratulations to these two exceptional postdocs!   

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