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2005 case competition
Student participants from the first annual Kellogg Biotech Case Competition sponsored by Genzyme in 2005. The team from the Kellogg School placed first while second prize went to the team from the University of Michigan.

Student Clubs

The Healthcare and Biotech Club seeks to educate and inform the Kellogg School community on the developments in all aspects of the life science industries. The club also strives to identify and provide opportunities for students in recruiting and career development.

The club sponsors academic, career, and social activities. Academic events include a bi-monthly industry speaker series, visits to companies (such as Lilly), and the Biotech Business Plan Competition. Career events include alumni panels, company fairs, internship "debriefings", and advice on the independent job search.

In conjunction with the High Tech Club, the students also organize Tech Treks to learn about emerging and established technology centers around the country. Students travel to the area and meet with local business leaders. Destinations for these Treks have included Seattle, San Francisco, San Diego, Denver, Chicago, Boston, Pittsburgh, and Washington, DC.

The club for the Part-Time MBA Program — the PTMBA Healthcare & Biotech Club — aims to help Kellogg PTMBA students explore, focus and continue building careers in businesses related to health care and the life sciences. They are dedicated to developing new relationships, strengthening existing networks and interacting with leaders in with companies and recruiters in the field.

The InNuvation Club is Northwestern University's only interdisciplinary entrepreneurship and innovation forum that aspires to kindle the entrepreneurial spirit by providing opportunities for education and idea-exchange, thus fostering commercialization and new venture formation. InNUvation is supported by funding, organizational assistance, and institutional support from ITEC-Evanston, a partnership between the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) and Northwestern University dedicated to helping entrepreneurs navigate the path to building a successful business

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