Pitching your Research to Non-Academic Funders Workshop

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Room 5M101, Medical Education Building

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300 Prince Philip Drive

St. John's, NL A1B 3V6

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Join Angelo Casanas, Director of Programs & Partnerships at the Genesis Centre, for: Pitching your Research to Non-Academic Funders

Clearly communicating your ideas is a critical skill, especially when it comes to raising funds. The “Pitch Workshop” will provide participants practical tips on how to better communicate and pitch their ideas. The workshop will include, but not limited to, the following topics:

  • Defining the Problem

  • Articulating the Solution

  • Sizing the Market Potential

  • Presenting the Team’s Core Competencies

Whether it be defining the problem statement more clearly or better communicating one’s value proposition, this hands on workshop will enhance participants’ presentation skills.

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This session is part of our "The Business of Research Series".

Join NL SUPPORT and partners from across Memorial University and beyond for a series of in-person and online sessions that will help you see your research through a different lens. We aim to influence behavior change in health care through quality research involving patient engagement and knowledge translation. Along with these important components of health care research, another way that research can have an impact on the health care system is by demonstrating the economic and commercial value of that research so that it can better inform health policy.

Hear about the different avenues that you can take to make the most of your research outcomes, improve the competitiveness of your CV and funding applications, help your research grow with changing academic environments, and more!

With guest speakers from the Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship, Technology Transfer and Commercialization Office, Genesis Centre, and Faculty of Business Administration among others, we will cover topics such as:

  • linking research to commercial outcomes;
  • how to pitch your research;
  • intellectual property protection and protocol; and
  • business case development in the context of health research.
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300 Prince Philip Drive

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