Bioentrepreneurialism for the Plastic Surgeon

  title={Bioentrepreneurialism for the Plastic Surgeon},
  author={S. Baker and J. Weinzweig},
  journal={Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery},
  • S. Baker, J. Weinzweig
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine
  • Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Had one believed Charles Duell’s proclamation at the turn of the twentieth century, the world might not have benefited from the genius of the Wright Brothers, Ford, or Einstein. Ironically, Duell worked for the U.S. Patent Office—a bastion of invention and innovation—at the time. Many surgeons have clever ideas with commercial potential but are not equipped with the tools necessary to take those ideas to the next level—the corporate boardroom. Concerns of intellectual property protection, lack… CONTINUE READING
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