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The Mayo Innovation Scholars Program is highly selective and brings together teams of science and economics undergraduate students and master’s-level business students to analyze a product in development at Mayo. Undergraduates are chosen from 12 of Minnesota’s private college and universities, comprising teams of four students. Each student team is lead by an MBA student and is advised by a project manager in the Mayo Office of Intellectual Property. Teams then present their findings to college faculty, inventors, and Mayo Clinic representatives. Participants gain valuable experience as consultants understanding how product development intersects science, business, and bioethics. Upon successful completion of the program, participants are awarded $1,000 stipends for their work. Eligible students are undergraduates studying science, business, or economics. More information on MISP.
The MISP Application deadline is September 20, 2018.