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The UnBox Entrepreneurship Center establishes and accelerates projects based on university research. As part of the collaboration with Wolfson, joint groups of researchers and physicians will undergo practical initiation in entrepreneurship methodology by the center’s staff and various mentors, validate product markets in the global market, and establish startup companies with founding partners from Bar-Ilan, Wolfson and outside entrepreneurs.
The center is headed by Ariel Sela, who has four decades of experience in entrepreneurship, investments and the management of start-up companies in a variety of fields around the world. To date, the ten startups established at the center have enjoyed global collaborations.
The first startup from the center, based on data insights from the Corona has already launched and its first pilot is expected at Wolfson. The company called Greatnix was founded by Prof. Baruch Barzel of the Department of Mathematics and doctoral student Moore Brockman of the Department of Management. These have developed a system based on mathematical models and machine learning for hospital management. The system will allow more focused and appropriate treatment and not inefficient and costly treatment. And healthcare providers the ability to expand and shrink dynamically by increasing optimal use of resources, reducing hospitalization days and supporting home hospitalization in terms of routing equipment.
In the context of the Corona, Prof. Aryeh Tzaban, President of Bar-Ilan University, said: “The Corona crisis has sharpened the need for entrepreneurship to address the unexpected challenges the medical world poses to us. “The clinical activity of the medical center. I believe that such a connection could accelerate processes and ventures that will mature into companies that will help the health system and medical teams cope with the new world created by Corona and help prepare for future challenges.”
Dr. Anat Engel, CEO of Wolfson Medical Center added: “The Entrepreneurship Center will give the entrepreneurial research generation the opportunity to change and influence, and we will all reap the fruits of their labor in the future. Along with providing medical services at the hospital, we at Wolfson are excited to invest in research and receive Back to creative and advanced medical entrepreneurship. ”
The UnBox Entrepreneurship Program is designed for university researchers and students, Wolfson researchers and employees and outside entrepreneurs and includes an inspiration phase and an acceleration phase: In the inspiration phase, lectures, seminars and panels are held with the best serial entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and healthcare experts. As part of the inspiration, the speakers pose challenges and opportunities in the market, and share their experience in the world of entrepreneurship from the concept stage through raising capital for exit.
In the acceleration phase, he instills a proven methodology for selected founding teams. The investment of the university and the medical center in the projects, in exchange for holding a minority, includes individual guidance by mentors, mentors and first-rate experts, initial funding for product validation in the global market, joint work space, and a total waiver Intellectual Property.
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