The Anshutz Medical Campus of the University of Colorado saw an opportunity to bridge the lab research and innovation produced by their faculty and physicians across to the power of high profile healthcare accelerators. The Director of Innovation, Kim Muller, called in e2Advisors to help them create an on-campus incubator and develop entrepreneurial programming to help their research teams form ventures suitable for consideration by the accelerators.

Working closely with the Innovation Group and with one of the hospitals on the campus, ​e2Advisors developed the Innovent Lab. We also developed a series of nine entrepreneurial workshops designed to help medical professionals and faculty understand the process of new venture formation, and provided the Innovent management team with all the necessary processes for building and managing a mentor network, and for taking venture applications, vetting the ventures, and advancing the most promising ones for consideration by the accelerators.