We are very pleased to collaborate with the professionals of Outcome Capital to broaden the exposure we can offer our students within these important and growing industry sectors.
We offer experiences in research, business, education, communication and policy, all within the biomedical arena. We are excited to strengthen our business career track with this new collaboration with Outcome Capital.
Outcome Capital is passionate about supporting the development of businesses, professionals, and students within the communities they serve by providing real-world learning opportunities, through involvement in industry networks, mentoring programs and continual knowledge sharing.
“Our aim is to help bridge the gap between academia and industry, to better prepare business students for rapid and more effective integration into the business world, and to make Outcome Capital a recognized center of knowledge and creative, strategic thinking,” said Oded Ben-Joseph, Ph.D., Managing Director, Outcome Capital.
Outcome Capital has established a collaboration with Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School to build a close relationship with top academic institutions where they can help foster business leadership and support management success.
Outcome Capital has established a collaboration with Bsoton University aimed at providing young scientists with real-world exposure to business challenges in the life sciences sector. The initiative will be part of Boston University’s NIH-funded BEST (Broadening Experience in Scientific Training) program (BU’s BEST), which aims to identify the needs of the current biomedical workforce and help trainees explore engaging and satisfying career options.
The Outcome team is composed of transactional experts, company builders, and value creators with hands-on operational and investment experience, from a variety of backgrounds – – former CEOs, company founders, institutional investors, bankers, MBAs, and scientists. Members of the Outcome team take pride in fostering the development of individuals throughout their careers by participating in a variety of formal and informal mentoring programs.
WIB promotes leadership and entrepreneurship for women in the life sciences. WIB-Greater Boston aims to foster the community of biotechnology professionals in New England while providing mentorship and professional development opportunities across the career continuum – from those just beginning their careers to industry veterans.
Springboard Enterprise’s mission is to promote women’s entrepreneurial development through alliances, partnerships and direct programming.
MassBio is committed to advancing Massachusetts’ leadership in the life sciences to grow the industry, add value to the healthcare system and improve patient lives. Founded in 1985, it leverages its unparalleled network of innovative companies and industry thought leaders to advance policy and promote education, while providing member programs, events, industry information, and services.
The Outcome Capital team has gained considerable knowledge through their more than 18 years of advisory, transactional, and hands-on operational experience within the life sciences, healthcare services, and technology sectors. Our goal is to build a library of materials available to scientists, business men and women, and students in an effort to share our diversity of outlooks, experiences and knowledge.