Venture Capital Office Hours with Connecticut Innovations
Yale entrepreneurs are invited to bounce ideas off Dr. Margaret Cartiera, Director of Bioscience Initiatives at Connecticut Innovations. Learn more about the Connecticut Bioscience Innovation Fund (CBIF) and other venture funding opportunities at CT Innovations.
Office hours are available at the Yale Office of Cooperative Research, 433 Temple St, New Haven. Slots will fill up quickly! To reserve your spot, email email@example.com.
Margaret will be at Yale OCR on Apr 16 and 25 from 1-4 pm.
Margaret Cartiera, Ph.D.
Director of Bioscience Initiatives at Connecticut Innovations
Margaret supports the Connecticut Bioscience Innovation Fund (CBIF) and other bioscience initiatives at CT Innovations. Margaret is trained as a biomedical engineer earning her Ph.D. from Yale University, and has expertise in regulatory affairs, competitive intelligence, market research and operational management. She has more than 15 years of experience in the investment, medical device, pharmaceutical and biotech fields, having worked for companies both large and small, such as Siemens Medical Systems and Carigent Therapeutics. Prior to focusing her efforts at CT Innovations on the Bioscience Innovation Fund, Margaret directly worked with the broader Venture Team and continues to interact with the group in her new role.
ABOUT THE CT BIOSCIENCE INNOVATION FUND: The Connecticut Bioscience Innovation Fund (CBIF) seeks to drive innovation in the biosciences throughout Connecticut by providing focused financial assistance and investment to Connecticut-based startups, early stage businesses, non-profits and accredited colleges and universities. Projects must be aligned with funding priorities in bioscience, biomedical engineering, health information management, medical care, medical devices, medical diagnostics, pharmaceuticals, personalized medicine, and other related disciplines; and the output must be readily commercializable and lead to products or services that will improve healthcare coordination, quality or efficiency; reduce healthcare costs; and increase job growth.
For more information, please visit the CBIF website at www.ctinnovations.com/cbif.