Advance with Business of Biotech Support
Associate Companies on the HudsonAlpha campus are encouraged to participate and take advantage of commercialization support programming focused on the things you think about:
- Access to Capital – Investment and Strategic Growth Opportunities
- Business Operations/Model – Strategy, Support and Mentoring
- IP – Assessment and Protection of Intellectual Property
- Regulatory / Compliance
- Acquisition / Merger Preparation
Many life science companies will need to raise debt or equity capital in the business lifecycle. HudsonAlpha helps connect companies with seed, angel, venture capital and private equity investors to help accelerate technology growth.
Science on Tap
Science on Tap is a quarterly casual meet-up between HudsonAlpha’s research labs and entrepreneurs in our ecosystem, featuring a rotating lineup of local craft beer, pizza and an opportunity to learn about new scientific findings and technologies.
Associate Company Lunch
HudsonAlpha Associate Company Lunch is a monthly exclusive meeting for company executives located on HudsonAlpha’s campus with opportunities to hear from commercialization experts to business strategy speakers.
Marketing Meetup is a collection of communications and marketing experts on HudsonAlpha’s campus who gather regularly to share best-practices and new trends in life science marketing.
Partnership opportunities with agencies and companies can support and propel your business growth. As an Associate Company leasing on the HudsonAlpha campus, you gain access to exploring these connections through capability briefings and face-to-face meetings.
HudsonAlpha’s Research Seminars bring together experts in genetics, genomics, biotechnology, bioinformatics, medicine and immunology for free, public presentations and debate among the scientific community. The seminars also provide valuable academic learning and discussion opportunities for scientists training in labs at HudsonAlpha and at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Seminars are hosted by researchers at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology from October through May.