February 19th, 2014
Biotechnology Case Competition Spurs Diverse Ways of Seeing Business
Dipen Vyas is a good example of the kind of student the annual Biotechnology Conference and Case Competition aims to engage.
Last year, as a fourth-year PhD graduate student in the WF Graduate School’s Physiology and Pharmacology program, Vyas was a member of Wake Forest University’s team in the competition, a national event in which teams of students from different disciplines compete to devise innovative solutions to real-world business problems. Wake Forest Innovations and Wake Forest University School of Business sponsor the event, which is designed to introduce students to the concept of innovation and teamwork critical in the 21st century biotechnology industry.
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