Today: Apr 17, 2024

Risking All for Medical Breakthroughs: All In Startup Book Talks

4 months ago
  • Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) is set to host the book discussion, “Breaking Barriers in Medicine and the Power of Taking Risks:” All in Startup on January 25, from 5 to 7 p.m.
  • The discussion aims to stimulate a conversation about entrepreneurship, and it will be led by Hulya Bukulmez, vice chair of pediatric research at MetroHealth Medical Center, and Mindy Baierl, senior director of the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship.
  • The event encourages an atmosphere of discussion, networking, and is directed towards faculty members of the School of Medicine and the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship.
  • Light refreshments will be provided by local food entrepreneurs and the first 20 registrants to the event will receive a free copy of Diana Kander’s All in Startup.

The upcoming book discussion at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) will feature All in Startup by Diana Kander, who sheds light on entrepreneurship and the willingness to take risks. The importance of this discussion revolves around breaking barriers in the field of medicine through daring approaches in entrepreneurship.

The event will be steered by Hulya Bukulmez, the vice chair of pediatric research at MetroHealth Medical Center, and Mindy Baierl, the senior director of the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship. This squad aims to stoke a rousing conversation that mingles refreshing insights on entrepreneurship with networking opportunities.

Aimed at faculty members from the School of Medicine and the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship, the gathering seeks to encourage a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical application. The expectation is that the attendees will walk away with a renewed understanding of entrepreneurship and a reignited passion for their work.

To add a flavourful twist to the event, light refreshments from local food entrepreneurs will be served. This aligns with the goal of supporting and promoting entrepreneurship across fields. For those quick to book their spot, the first 20 registrants will receive a complimentary copy of the book in discussion, All in Startup.

It is hopeful that opportunities like these will continue to stimulate academia and entrepreneurship, and foster the kind of risk-taking spirit needed to push boundaries in the field of medicine. The essential details for registration and attending can be found on the university’s website.