Adam Mendelsohn, 2011 UCSF PhD in Bioengineering, got his start by competing in the Berkeley Business Plan Competition in 2008. Several competitions later, he co-founded and became CEO of Nano Precision Medical, which has raised $3 million in Angel financing and has 8 full-time employees. He will talk about the role key advisors have played and how his network at UCSF helped the company get off to a running start. Adam will speak about his journey transitioning from academia into entrepreneurship and provide tips for positioning a startup company to succeed in the face of practical challenges. He’ll reveal the most unexpected thing he found about startup life and who will thrive as an entrepreneur.
Pizza and networking.
Sponsored by Morgan Lewis.
When & Where
Entrepreneurship Center at UCSF