Students are introduced to the issues and challenges facing leaders of public and private sector organizations, and communities seeking to achieve shared goals within the global biotechnology industry, The course brings together diverse academic science and business disciplines (science, regulatory affairs, marketing, finance, legal, ethics, communication, and intellectual property management). It explores how these disciplines can be used as powerful tools to create effective leadership, and productive collaborations within the global industry, while improving managerial decision making. The course provides an overview of the global industry, its infrastructure, and the barriers and opportunities with specific attention to the US, European Australasian and Asian markets.
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