Berkeley LSEC - Nucleate Fellowship: tech landscaping, due diligence, and sourcing
Become a Berkeley LSEC-Nucleate Fellow
Berkeley Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Center and Nucleate are selecting the inaugural cohort of Fellows to provide hands-on training in landscaping new technologies and an introduction to due diligence and sourcing.
Apply now by June 1, 2022
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Berkeley PhD students (post-qualifying exam) + postdocs.
5 hours per week from July 1 through December 16, 2022.
A $4000 stipend will be provided by Berkeley LSEC.
Identify key factors in early stages of technology development. Independent projects to examine self-chosen ‘Target Area’ with mentorship from academic and industry experts.
Collaborate with cohort peers and network with VCs to brainstorm through challenges in translating cutting-edge science into new ventures.
We are thrilled to welcome our Spring 2022 Fellows to the Nucleate-Berkeley LSEC Innovation Fellowship.
PhD candidate, Matthew Francis Lab, College of Chemistry
Postdoctoral Scholar, Na Ji Lab, Departments of Physics and Molecular and Cell Biology
PhD Candidate, Michael DeWeese Lab, Biophysics Graduate Group
Postdoctoral Scholar, Noah Whiteman Lab, Department of Integrative Biology
So grateful to our first set of fantastic Fellows for helping to build the program. Thank you to Berkeley LSEC's Expert in Residence, Tobias Schmid, for making the program possible.
Postdoctoral Scholar, Kevin Healy Lab, California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences
PhD, University of Cambridge
4th year PhD student, David Schaffer Lab, Dept of Bioengineering
5th year PhD student, Ke Xu Lab, College of Chemistry
Expert in Residence
PhD 2021, Michael Yartsev Lab, UC Berkeley
Swanson Fellow, The Column Group
Alumni Ambassador and co-founder, Nucleate Bay Area