8:15-8:25am Opening Remarks: Jon Soderstrom, Managing Director, Yale Office of Cooperative Research
8:25-9:00am Keynote: “Transforming Healthcare: Personal Genomes to AI Enabled Ultrasound on a Chip” [Video] Jonathan Rothberg, Chief Strategy Office, 4Catalyzer & Inventor of High-Speed DNA Sequencing Introduction: Michael Crair, Yale
9:05-10:05am (Biotech Track, Zhang Auditorium)
China & Asia: Future Opportunities for Advancing Biotech [Video] 9:05-10:05am (Tech Track, Room 2400) Building a Quantum Computer – Can a Yale Startup Lead the Next Generation in Computing? [Video] 10:10-11:00am (Biotech Track, Zhang Auditorium)
Trends in Biotech Investing [Video]
10:10-11:00am (Tech Track, Room 2400) Blockchain & Internet Security – What Does the Future Hold?
Dr. Greg Evans from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) will be attending the Yale Innovation Summit and will be available throughout the conference to meet individually with any Yale faculty or investors interested in learning about or seeking SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) or STTR (Small Business Technology Transfer Research) funding from the National Cancer Institute. Greg will be available to discuss 4 core SBIR award mechanisms for very early stage to late-stage oncology product development efforts, including a private sector matching fund program for late-stage products that offers up to $4 Million from NCI, plus the match. All oncology product types are welcome. Greg will be available to discuss optimal research scope and strategies to build competitive funding applications for the NCI small business programs, to support bringing new cancer science to the market. University faculty entrepreneurs and investors are welcome. NCI SBIR/STTR Program background. If interested in meeting with Greg, please contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 240-276-5245.