CSU I CorpsTM Syllabus for Fall 2018 Cohort 10 TEAMS VERSION

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Fall 2018 CSU I Corps Short Course Syllabus, Assessment methods Teams develop 2 minute descriptions of their biotechnology and its. research basis included as part of Lessons Learned presentations at final meeting Evaluation. panels subject area experts SMEs patent attorney on teaching team will assess. effectiveness of non confidential presentations, 2 Deliver a presentation to a live audience and subject matter experts including a. lessons learned presentation deck and story, Assessment methods Teams will develop 10 minute Lessons Learned presentations and. present them to evaluation panels consisting of external experts during final immersion. 3 Use the Business Model Canvas BMC framework focusing on Value Proposition. Design to evaluate an early stage biotechnology, Teams will describe The Problem What customer job pain gains can they address a. Problem Solution Fit and a Value Proposition What competitive advantages does the. biotechnology have over current solutions, Assessment methods Teaching Team will collect and collate CSU I Corps application answers.
as initial baseline for learning The Teaching Team and external evaluation panels will assess. evidence based learning based on the evolution of each team s Value Proposition Design. based on updates during webinars and final lessons learned presentations. 4 Apply evidence based approach to business model design by using Customer. Discovery process to iterate hypotheses and assumptions. Assessment methods Teams design experiments and apply them by completing 30 learning. interviews over the course of the program Throughout the program the teaching team will. track whether teams are formulating hypotheses completing interviews and learning from their. experiments based on the completed CSU I Corps Interview Template for each interview. Teaching Team will review the completed templates for consistency between. assumptions hypothesis and evidence based learning reported Feedback will be given in. webinars office hours and in comments on the homework submitted In addition evaluation. panels SMEs will assess teams learning based on final presentations. 5 Show how evidence from Customer Discovery activities results in key learnings. leading to persevere or pivot decisions in the business model and how they. influence future plans,CSU I Corps Site v4 09 06 18 2. Fall 2018 CSU I Corps Short Course Syllabus, Assessment methods Teams report on the trajectory of their learning by submitting a series of. completed BMCs throughout the program and giving status updates during webinars The. Teaching Team will assess whether BMCs are changing over time Feedback will be given in. webinars and in comments on homework submitted External panelists and teaching team will. use final lessons learned presentations to assess learning and evolution of team s thinking. based on market and expert feedback, To assess go no go decisions for National Science Foundation NSF. The Teaching Team will review the team s ability to meet deadlines the team s participation. level attendance interviews completed work submitted and the evaluations from external. Evaluation Panels In addition teams will self report whether they want to advance their ideas. or not as part of the national I Corps Team program 50 000 grants from NSF Together. these data will lead to the Go No Go decisions submitted to NSF by CSUPERB Go teams are. eligible for follow on funding for 3 years after completion of CSU I Corps Short Courses. CSU I Corps Evaluation Criteria, Also available at http www csuperb org csuicorps team evaluation. CSU I Corps teams get out of their labs innovation centers and classrooms and off campus. to consult with life science advisors experts mentors and potential customers or partners As. a result teams get feedback continuously so that they hone product concepts improve their. understanding of biotechnology markets and formulate commercialization pathways Teams. typically conduct 30 learning interviews during CSU I Corps short courses and summer sprints. Using the key principles of Lean Start up teams learn about evidence based business model. design Teams use the customer discovery process to test hypotheses and assumptions. underlying their initial business models During a CSU I Corps course teams synthesize key. learnings to evolve their problem solution fit They present their concepts and their learning. stories through final lessons learned presentations. Teams are evaluated by the teaching team and importantly by panels drawn from the CSU I. Corps network of alumni life science industry professionals and experienced. entrepreneurs The evaluation panel reviews the teams presentations to assess the problem. solution fit product maturity and teamwork The final evaluation panels may give special. recognition to teams who demonstrate significant learning during the course and or who. identify a compelling entrepreneurial opportunity Important evaluation criteria will include but. are not limited to,The Problem Solution Fit,CSU I Corps Site v4 09 06 18 3.
Fall 2018 CSU I Corps Short Course Syllabus, Value Proposition What competitive advantages does your biotechnology have. over current solutions, The Problem What customer job pain gain are you trying to address. The team s understanding of the initial customer segment served early. adopters partners, The team s understanding of key partners needed Which partners are important when. The team s plan for developing the product Is it feasible What might be the capital. investment required What IP protection is needed What technical or. commercialization milestones do they need to hit in the next 3 6 months to move. The team s understanding of market size and aspects of a multi sided market regulatory. issues if applicable, The team s tenacity enthusiasm and story telling skills. The team s arc of learning demonstrated by evidence based evolution of their. product solution concept based on customer partner and or expert interviews. Fall 2018 CSU I Corps Teaching Team, Susan Baxter is executive director of the California State University CSU Program for.
Education and Research in Biotechnology and PI of CSU I Corps Previously Baxter was chief. operating officer at the National Center for Genome Resources vice president of research at. GeneFormatics a tenured researcher at the New York State Wadsworth Center and a research. scientist at Monsanto Agricultural Company where she received an Achievement Award for. product development Baxter has M S and Ph D degrees in chemistry Northwestern. University and B A in chemistry University of Virginia Currently she serves on boards at. Biocom Institute and the California Life Sciences Institute. sbaxter mail sdsu edu LinkedIn profile https www linkedin com in smbaxter. Alex DeNoble is a Professor of Entrepreneurship and Executive Director of the SDSU Lavin. Entrepreneurship Center He served as the 2015 President of the United States Association for. Small Business and Entrepreneurship USASBE and currently on the board of the International. Council for Small Business ICSB His areas of research and teaching expertise include. entrepreneurship corporate innovation and technology commercialization He has published in. such journals as IEEE Transactions on Management the Journal of Business Venturing and the. Journal of Technology Transfer He has worked with numerous startups and has consulted with. organizations such as Qualcomm SDGE and Siemens, adenoble mail sdsu edu Linked in Profile https www linkedin com in adenoble. CSU I Corps Site v4 09 06 18 4,Fall 2018 CSU I Corps Short Course Syllabus. Stanley Maloy obtained a PhD in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from UC Irvine was a. postdoctoral fellow in Genetics at the University of Utah then was on the faculty at the. University of Illinois Urbana Champaign for 18 years He is currently Professor of Biology and. Associate Vice President of Research and Innovation at San Diego State University He is an. elected Fellow of the American Academy for Microbiology and served as President of the. American Society for Microbiology in 2005 Together with his brother Stanley started his first. company as an undergraduate Since then he has consulted with large agricultural and. pharmaceutical companies and small biotech companies He has served on multiple Scientific. Advisory Boards and has played a role in several start up Biotech companies including serving. as Chief Scientific Officer of Vaxiion Therapeutics Inc. smaloy mail sdus edu Linked in Profile https www linkedin com in stanley maloy 9831472. Tommy Martindale is the Director of the Technology Transfer Office at San Diego State. University SDSU responsible for the protection and commercialization of technologies. developed at SDSU He supports SDSU by evaluating the patentability and market potential for. faculty inventions managing the protection of faculty developed intellectual property and. commercializing campus technologies through licensing Tommy is a member of the State Bar. of California and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark. tmartindale sdsu edu Linked in Profile https www linkedin com in tommy martindale. Cathy Pucher works with aspiring entrepreneurs at SDSU s Zahn Innovation Platform. Launchpad Zahn Innovation Platform Launchpad helps SDSU students faculty and staff launch. a startup from their early stage ideas Forty teams and over 100 students work concurrently to. bring their idea to life while receiving mentoring pro bono legal guidance prototyping. services business acumen and access to early stage funding in 24 7 co working space on. campus Since opening its doors four years ago one in ten teams has launched their business. and collectively received 3 8M in early stage funding She helped create EvoNexus and. served as their first Executive Director EvoNexus is an incubator dedicated to simulating the. growth of new high technology companies in San Diego EvoNexus has raised over 1B since. opening in Oct 2009 She brings 20 years of experience in the high tech industry and has. worked for established and start up technology companies Mrs Pucher earned a B S in. Electrical Engineering at University California San Diego. cpucher mail sdsu edu Linked in Profile https www linkedin com in cathy pucher. Jim Prince is the Associate Dean of Agriculture at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo serves as Associate. Dean for Research and Graduate Programs in the College of Agriculture Food and. CSU I Corps Site v4 09 06 18 5,Fall 2018 CSU I Corps Short Course Syllabus. Environmental Sciences at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo He has been a CSU faculty member. and or administrator since 1995 and served in the past as the Deputy Chair of CSUPERB s. Faculty Consensus Group and Strategic Planning Council He received his BS in Botany at UC. Davis and his PhD in Plant Molecular Biology from Cornell University His research interests are. in plant molecular genetics disease resistance and disease detection. Talking to Humans Free at this link, https s3 amazonaws com TalkingtoHumans Talking to Humans pdf. Value Proposition Design Free version only 100 pages. https issuu com business model innovation docs vpd sneakpeek. Business Model Generation Preview version only 72 pages. http www businessmodelgeneration com downloads businessmodelgeneration previe. RESOURCES AND VIDEO LIBRARIES, Lean LaunchPad Master Video Library http venturewell org i corps llpvideos.
Strategyzer Resources sign in needed https strategyzer com platform resources. University of Michigan Intellectual Property Video Library. http mconnex engin umich edu intellectual property all videos. U S Food Drug Administration Learning Portal, http www fda gov Training learningportal default htm. CSU I Corps Resources http www csuperb org csuicorps biosciences site resources. CSU I Corps Shared Drive Google Drive folder links will be sent via email to ELs. CSU I Corps Team Liaison Oscar Zavala ozavala sdsu edu 619 594 1203. CSU I Corps Site v4 09 06 18 6,Fall 2018 CSU I Corps Short Course Syllabus. Webinar Platform, CSU I Corps Zoom Meeting Room Join from PC Mac Linux. iOS or Android https SDSU zoom us j 720701954, ALL WEBINARS RUN FROM 11 30 am 1 00 pm Except for the first intro to CSU I Corps. webinar 9 7 17 which runs for only one hour noon 1 pm See Schedule of Activities. CSU I Corps Program Culture, Biotechnology commercialization is a time and cash constrained process Likewise we.
have limited time and we re planning to push and challenge you to learn quickly Just. like real world companies we have no time or money to waste Your team will be. evaluated based on your tenacity that is your ability to work as a team deliver on. time use your budget effectively and show up as promised You ll only keep up if you. schedule recurring team meetings now, This is an intense program with a relatively high workload during the fall and winter. break The aim of I Corps programming is to create entrepreneurial experiences with all. the pressures and demands of the real world Previous teams report working between. 60 100 hours over the term This means teams spend 3 5 hours weekly reading. watching assigned videos setting up and coordinating meetings with biotech experts. potential customers and partners meeting with their industry mentor IM talking with. customers users and industry experts and testing commercialization hypotheses. This is a flipped classroom experiential learning program That means we expect CSU. CSU I Corps Site v4 09 06 18 3 Assessment methods Teams report on the trajectory of their learning by submitting a series of completed BMCs throughout the program and giving status updates during webinars The Teaching Team will assess whether BMCs are changing over time Feedback will be given in webinars and in comments on homework submitted

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