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BioBusiness Seminar Series: "Bootstrapping' Advancing Early Stage Medical Device Technology"

The CU Technology Transfer Office and the Colorado Alliance for Bioengineering present the BioBusiness Seminar Series: "'Bootstrapping' Advancing Early Stage Medical Device Technology" with Ken Weil & Rae Reynolds of Rose Biomedical.

Thursday, April 24, 2003
Shivers Conference Room
8th Floor Biomedical Research Bldg.
9th and Colorado Blvd.

7:00-8:00am: Breakfast and Networking
8:00-9:00am: Presentation and Discussion

*Seating Limited

Questions? Contact Lynn.Pae@cu.edu

Ken Weil, President, RoseBiomedical
Ken Weil has worked in health care for fifteen years and founded Rose Biomedical in 1995. His work includes extensive experience in coordinating the activities of physician and engineering teams in medical technology development and clinical research. Mr. Weil has extensive experience in securing financial resources, and obtaining and administering NIH SBIR grants. Mr. Weil received a B.Ph. from Miami University and a MPA from George Washington University.

Rae Reynolds, Director of Business Development, RoseBiomedical
Rae Reynolds has over twenty years of healthcare marketing and business development specializing in company start-ups, market and product development, product launches, and creating and successfully executing marketing plans. During her career, Ms. Reynolds has helped companies build market share and execute successful IPOs, strategic partnerships and acquisitions. Her experience includes market research, business planning, utilizing clinical trial results and reimbursement as marketing strategies, business development, product promotion and strategic partnerships. Her educational background includes a B.A. in Economics and a Masters Degree in Planning.

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