The combination of research knowledge and entrepreneurial thinking spurs medical progress. If the translation of findings from basic research into a business succeeds, ideas turn into marketable products, therapies and applications. Conversely, research can be inspired by practical needs in the life sciences.
For UZH and ETH master's students:
The Minor in BioMed Entrepreneurship has a scope of 30 ECTS credits and can be completed within the framework of a Master's degree at the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Medicine. The curriculum consists of five compulsory modules: a lecture and three block courses held in the fall semester, followed by an internship.