Partnerships and Strategic Alliances - Invite Only

15 September

Kindly hosted by the Department of Innovation, Industry & Regional Development this session entitled 'Collaborations, Partnerships & Strategic Alliances' will be delivered by Dr Rosen on Thursday, 30th September.

Focusing on the process of creating, managing, and sustaining productive collaborations between individuals, institutions, and corporations involved in international research, education and economic development.

This session will explore the concept of the Alliance Life Cycle including: Developing an Alliance Strategic Plan, Building Personal Relationships, Incubating and Operating the Collaboration, Expanding Alliances, and Retiring the Partnership.

While Dr. Rosen served as the Executive Director for the Institute for Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization at the Boston University’s School of Management, he established successful partnerships with the China Association of Medical Device Industries, the Biomedical Development Group in Lyon, France, and the Sree Chitra Thirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology in Kerala, India.

In his current role as Special Assistant to the Provost at Boston University, Dr. Rosen is designing and implementing programs that engage undergraduate and graduates students in assisting international companies in expanding their world markets.

Before coming to Boston University, Dr. Rosen served as Director of Technology Implementation at the Boston-based Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology. He has started medical technology companies in both the US and Europe, and was the Chief Technology officer at the Surgical Division of Johnson & Johnson. Dr. Rosen received his PhD in Bioengineering and Biomaterials from Case Western Reserve University and his MBA in Strategic Planning from Columbia University.

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