Medical Imaging meets Management: How to Navigate the Interface
UCL’s School of Management at UCL runs a Business for Bioscience module and workshops that focus on new venture creation within medical disciplines. Fiona Reid will discuss in the seminar how the interface between business and science works, and how research students can engage with this.
Fiona Reid is a Senior Teaching Fellow at UCL’s School of Management. Before joining UCL in 2015 Fiona had a career in the private sector as an entrepreneur and at universities such as Imperial College and Oxford University, where she was Founder Director of the Oxford Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Said Business School for nine years. She is a Fellow of the RSA and lectures internationally on innovation, research impact and creating social and economic benefit from entrepreneurship. She has worked with large organisations such as Philips, CERN, FT, Goldman Sachs, with governments, and high-growth small businesses, and has been involved in the creation of many new spinouts and social ventures arising from Higher Education. Her expertise focuses on complex innovation spaces, the interface between science and business, and entrepreneurial thinking within organisations.
Date: Tuesday 28 November
Venue: Roberts Building, LT 106
18.00 – 19.00: Seminar
19.00 – 20.00: Drinks reception