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Leaders in Pharmaceutical Intelligence Presentation at The Life Sciences Collaborative

Curator: Stephen J. Williams, Ph.D. Website Analytics: Adam Sonnenberg, BSc Leaders in Pharmaceutical Intelligence presented their ongoing efforts to develop an open-access scientific and medical publishing and curation platform to The Life Science Collaborative, an executive pharmaceutical and biopharma networking group in the Philadelphia/New Jersey area.

Our Team

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For more information on the Vision, Funding Deals and Partnerships please see our site at https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/vision/

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For more information about our Team please see our site at https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/contributors-biographies/

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For more information of LPBI Deals and Partnerships please see our site at https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/joint-ventures/

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For more information about our BioMed E-Series please see our site at https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/biomed-e-books/

E-Book Titles by LPBI

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For more information on Real-Time Conference Coverage including a full list of Conferences Covered by LPBI please go to https://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/press-coverage/

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The Pennsylvania (PA) and New Jersey (NJ) Biotech environment had been hit hard by the recession and loss of anchor big pharma companies however as highlighted by our interviews in “The Vibrant Philly Biotech Scene” and other news outlets, additional issues are preventing the PA/NJ area from achieving its full potential (discussions also with LSC)

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Healthcare Startups Accelerator is Reaching Out: Deadline November 11, 2013

Reporter: Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD, RN

Applications for companies are due November 11, 2013.

We are also seeking exceptional individuals looking to join a team, particularly those with software development or data science skills. Individuals interested in working with one of the startups can also apply to the program and applications for individuals are due December 16, 2013. Individuals will be matched with companies throughout January.

DreamIt Health Baltimore 2014

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Applications are due November 11, 2013

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DreamIt Health Baltimore is designed to speed the growth and success of early-stage health IT companies through its program in Central Maryland. Powered by the Johns Hopkins UniversityBioHealth Innovation, and DreamIt Ventures – the program gives participants access and advantages typically out-of-reach to healthcare startups.

DreamIt works with extraordinary teams to create exceptional companies, accomplishing in 3-6 months what would otherwise take years. DreamIt accelerators are characterized by seed capital, intense 1-on-1 mentorship from dedicated, previously successful tech entrepreneurs, access to key people, expertise, and information typically beyond the reach of a startup, informal education from leading industry practitioners, a robust network of DreamIt alumni, and a wide range of free services.  Following a lean startup methodology, the selected teams focus on rapid, iterative interactions with their target markets to reduce risk and find product-market fit as quickly as possible.

DreamIt Health Baltimore 2014 will select up to ten companies from around the world to participate in a four-month accelerator program. In addition to receiving up to a $50,000 stipend and professional services, the startups will be paired with and work closely with exited entrepreneurs-turned-mentors with domain expertise specific to their needs; benefit from an intense startup and healthcare curriculum taught by accomplished practitioners; meet with subject matter experts and investors; and enjoy access to executives, information systems, and data from leading industry players including providers, payers, biopharma, device makers, and federal agencies. Participating teams will also benefit from DreamIt’s extensive network and expertise in guiding the growth of young technology companies.

DreamIt Health Baltimore is expected to take advantage of many of the strengths of the region, giving participating startups the opportunity to work closely with Johns Hopkins Medicine for potential pilots and also access to key individuals throughout the region’s wealth of federal health care institutions including the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Food and Drug Administration, the National Institutes of Health and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

The program will be led by Elliot Menschik, MD PhD, a Johns Hopkins alum and successfully-exited health IT entrepreneur.

Learn more about DreamIt Health Baltimore…
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DreamIt Health startup accelerator are recruiting ten healthtech startups

Founder at UACTIFY

DreamIt Health startup accelerator is reaching out in the hopes that you might be open to getting the word out among Health 2.0 Israel members about the upcoming DreamIt Health startup accelerator in partnership with Johns Hopkins.

DreamIt Health startup accelerator are recruiting for (and applications are open for) up to ten healthtech startups from around the world to come to Baltimore for a four-month program to achieve significant business milestones in delivering products that solve real problems for key healthcare stakeholders. DreamIt Health startup accelerator do this by removing as many obstacles as possible from the team’s path and providing guidance and access to people and resources otherwise out of their reach. The capstone of the program, Demo Day, gives these teams the opportunity to unveil their products and progress before a few hundred early stage investors and key industry figures.

In addition to receiving up to a $50,000 stipend, free workspace and top-shelf legal services, the startups will be paired 1-on-1 with previously successful entrepreneurs customized to the needs of each team. These mentors will contribute considerable time and effort to guide and assist the founders. Participants will also benefit from an intense startup and healthcare curriculum taught by accomplished practitioners, meet regularly with subject matter experts and investors, and enjoy access to executives, systems, and data from leading industry players including providers, payers, biopharma, device makers, and federal agencies. Participating teams will also benefit from DreamIt’s extensive network and expertise in guiding the growth of young technology companies.

DreamIt Health startup accelerator were founded in 2008 and are run by a group of successful tech entrepreneurs. To date, DreamIt has worked closely with 127 companies from around the world through accelerators in Philadelphia, New York, Austin, and Tel Aviv. These programs are characterized by seed capital, intense 1-on-1 mentorship from dedicated, previously successful tech entrepreneurs, access to key people, expertise, and information typically beyond the reach of a startup, informal education from leading industry practitioners, a robust network of DreamIt alumni, and a wide range of free services. Following a lean startup methodology, the selected teams focus on rapid, iterative interactions with their target markets to reduce risk and find product-market fit as quickly as possible. Forbes has named DreamIt among the top three accelerators in the world and DreamIt companies have gone on to raise nearly $100M in follow-on capital with an aggregate value north of $400M.

DreamIt Health startup accelerator are looking for extraordinary people and teams developing IT-based products with the potential to solve significant problems faced by key stakeholders in the industry including providers, payers, public health, biopharma, device makers, employers and patients themselves. Interested teams can apply at http://www.dreamithealth.com. Applications for companies are due November 11, 2013. We are also seeking exceptional individuals looking to join a team, particularly those with software development or data science skills. Individuals interested in working with one of the startups can also apply to the program and applications for individuals are due December 16, 2013. Individuals will be matched with companies throughout January.

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