Good ideas can come from anywhere, but as the Fogarty Institute has found over and over, the Stanford Biodesign Summer Extension program is a rich source for innovation. That’s why it has partnered with Stanford Biodesign to give promising projects even more hands-on expertise, including one-on-one and group mentoring, recommendations specialized to the company’s unique needs,
For several years, the Fogarty Institute has partnered with Stanford Biodesign’s Summer Extension program, which provides funding to help advance promising projects. The Institute offers these young companies its signature hands-on mentoring from each member of the executive team, in addition to a dedicated mentor, along with a comprehensive development plan and opportunity to participate in educational workshops tailored to their specific needs.
Success in leadership and entrepreneurship is often attributed to a balance of hard and soft skills. But there’s another factor that might be overlooked, and that’s the role that intrinsic motivation plays. In medtech, for example, we see company founders routinely ascribe their success to a deep desire to help patients, rather than just a drive for monetary gain.