Designing Healthcare Innovation in a Closed Ecosystem
Where: Trent Hall Room 040, Duke West Campus
Currently, David Epstein is the Director of Duke-NUS's Centre for Technology & Development (CTeD), the aim of which is to advance healthcare innovations derived through Duke-NUS' partnerships with SingHealth and the Singapore healthcare cluster. Epstein's work within CTeD focuses on entrepreneurship and developing novel models of value creation and value capture. He is particularly interested in understanding how "closed ecosystems" such as that in Singapore, impact innovation & improvements in healthcare delivery. In 2014, he was named the founding Director of Singapore's National Health Innovation Centre (NHIC) which is funded and overseen by the National Medical Research Council (NMRC) with the aim of providing the clinical research sector long-term financial support and strategic guidance related to innovation and commercialization.
Innovation Starts Here: Student Opportunities in Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Where: Gross Hall, Duke West Campus
Join us to learn more about our programs and activities for students, including entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship clubs, TheCube selective living center, DUHatch, Innovation Co-Lab, Melissa & Doug Entrepreneurs, Duke in Silicon Valley, Duke in Chicago, DukeEngage in Detroit, Summer Innovation Program, Bass Connections, American Underground, HQ Raleigh, and more…
Applications Due for SEAD Research Assistant Positions
and 10 hours a week at Fuqua’s standard rate ($11.50 to $12/hour) This is a great opportunity for MBA
students to work on mini-consulting projects and gain a breadth of exposure to the healthcare
These positions will be managed by IPIHD and the RAs will primarily work from IPIHD’s offices located in
the American Tobacco Campus, downtown Durham. Some hours can also be worked in the SEAD/CASE
suite in Fuqua.
Read the full description here. Applications are due Friday, September 19th.
Center for Global Women's Health Technologies Info Session
Where: Teer Hall 115
All freshmen, sophomores and juniors from the Trinity School and the Pratt School are invited to attend the first GWHT Center Info Session on Friday, September 19th at 2pm in Teer Building, room 115.
If you want to know more about the center or if you have some questions that need to be answered, this is the event come to. We will be discussing the GWHT fellowship, the GWHT program, and how to get involved at any undergraduate level.