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Please view the discount options for courses before registering here.

  • Intro to Biotech Package Member: $1,550 

  • Intro to Biotech Package Non-Member: 1,800

  • Member Rate: $850

  • Non-Member Rate: $1,025

Course ID: C-2045 (for the Express Program Reimbursement)


The Intro to Biotech course is divided into two parts: Intro to Business and Intro to Science. We provide a significant discount when individuals take the course as a package. While you can choose to attend one or the other, we highly recommend taking the course as a package to learn a more in-depth understanding of the biotech world.

Intro to Science explore considerations that drive company strategies. Students will be provided with foundational information about the biopharma industry and regulation via instruction, storytelling, and small group discussions. Industry ethics will be discussed, with emphasis on historical precedents. The course touches on topics such as market share, phases of development, patient population, safety profile, and more.

Date & Time

Intro to Science- Thursday, April 4th, 2024 09:00 AM – 4:00 PM EST 

Intro to Business– Wednesday, April 3rd, 2024 09:00 AM – 4:00 PM EST (only attend if you are also registered to take the Business class)

Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before class starts. Class will start at 9:00 AM. We will have breaks in between.

This course will be held in-person. Breakfast and lunch will be provided at this all day workshop. 


Kelly Conn, PhD
Teaching Professor, Northeastern University
Intro to Science
Dr. Kelly J. Conn is a Teaching Professor within the Graduate School of Education at Northeastern University. Dr. Conn earned her BS in Cell Biology at the University of Kansas and her Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Boston University School of Medicine. After completing post-doctoral training in Neuroscience, Dr. Conn ran a Parkinson’s research laboratory for several years as an Assistant Research Professor at Boston University. Dr. Conn joined Northeastern University in 2010 where she works to support STEM education through her work within the Doctor of Education program and Northeastern University’s Network for Experiential Teaching and Learning—NExT. Most recently, Dr. Conn has designed and oversees the curriculum for a Graduate Certificate in Experiential Teaching and Learning and serves as Faculty Lead of the Learning and Instruction MEd program.