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Global Innovators

Building a bank from scratch

Vitor Olivier – Developer, Entrepreneur, FinTech-er    Vitor is a partner at Nubank, Brazil’s largest financial technology company with over 4 million customers. He joined Nubank in 2014 and has helped build, maintain, and scale their financial products, accounting systems, and securitization strategy. Since 2016 he has lead the team that developed NuConta, Nubank’s digital checking account. Before Nubank, Vitor...
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Assessing career opportunities for Ph. D. students

Hannah Hagen – Student, Bootcamper, Entrepreneur     Hannah Hagen is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Oncology and Cancer Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Hannah’s research focus is in Uveal melanoma, working out of the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research. Prior to attending the MIT-Harvard Medical School Healthcare Innovation Bootcamp last August, she was unsure...
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The Education Revolution: Insights on How to Innovate Everywhere

Chrystina Russell – VP, Educator, Revolutionary  How do you innovate if you are an upstart without a brand name or backing? This E-Seminar will explore the opportunities and challenges of growing an organization through the lens of Southern New Hampshire University’s growth and the creation of SNHU’s Global Education Movement (GEM). Chrystina Russell, Senior Vice President...
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How To's

How to build a company with electronic health data

Ricky Sahu – Coder, Data Scientist, Problem Solver  During his E-Seminar, Ricky will share his insights on how to wield data to build a successful business. In his case, how he tapped into electronic health data to build the company he co-founded, 1upHealth. Ricky was the first employee and Director of Engineering at the D.C. based...
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How to prototype and test your product idea

Nithin Kantareddy – Developer, Engineer, Challenger    How do you reduce an idea to practice with a shoestring budget? This webinar will explore the concept to product testing process through the speaker’s own experience in wireless sensing research and a healthcare startup. Nithin Kantareddy, Ph. D. candidate in Mechanical Engineering at MIT, shares his experience...
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How to master the Art of Transition: From a saffron startup to space

Kimberly Jung – Entrepreneur, Engineer, Problem Solver    Kimberly Jung is an entrepreneur, social innovator, and current Master’s in Mechanical Engineering student at MIT. Prior to MIT, Kimberly was CEO and Co-Founder of Rumi Spice – a social enterprise that has helped empower over 2,000 Afghan women sell saffron to the U.S. Kimberly is an...
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Deep Dives

Q&A on Session 4: Getting a Patent – The Basics, Part 2

Jim Lampert – Lawyer, MIT Alum, IP Guru In this E-Learning series, join James Lampert, retired partner at WilmerHale, Harvard Law School ('64) and MIT alumnus ('61) for a comprehensive overview of what you as an entrepreneur should know about intellectual property. Jim responds to questions from his previous lecture, "Getting a Patent – The...
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Getting a Patent – The Basics, Part 2

Jim Lampert – Lawyer, MIT Alum, IP Guru In this E-Learning series, join James Lampert, retired partner at WilmerHale, Harvard Law School ('64) and MIT alumnus ('61) for a comprehensive overview of what you as an entrepreneur should know about intellectual property. When might you be able to get a patent on your invention? At...
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Q&A on Session 3: Getting a Patent – The Basics & more

Jim Lampert – Lawyer, MIT Alum, IP Guru In this E-Learning series, join James Lampert, retired partner at WilmerHale, Harvard Law School ('64) and MIT alumnus ('61) for a comprehensive overview of what you as an entrepreneur should know about intellectual property. Jim answers your questions about getting a patent from the previous episode. Our...
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