Johns Hopkins will cosponsor DreamIt Health Baltimore, a four-month boot camp early next year for entrepreneurs starting health information technology companies.
The project—called an “accelerator”—will speed promising new technologies to market by giving company founders intense business and health care training, mentoring, an injection of “pre-seed money” capital, and opportunities to meet key individuals from industry and government health care agencies in the Baltimore-Washington area.
The schedule is also accelerated: The application deadline is Nov. 11. Participants will be chosen by Dec. 16, and the program will run from January to May. Applications are available online.
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