Dr. Kaushik Chowdhury Named as a Recipient of the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers 01/31/2017Posted by Morse Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Attorney News, Life Sciences.
Tags: engineers, GENESYS Lab, National Science Foundation I-Corps, Northeastern University, PECASE, president obama, science, US government
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Morse, Barnes-Brown & Pendleton, PC congratulates Dr. Kaushik Chowdhury, Director of Northeastern University’s Next Generation Networks and Systems (GENESYS) Lab, on recently being named as a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) – the highest honor given by the US government to science and engineering professionals.
This summer, MBBP Partner Mike Cavaretta served as Business Mentor to Dr. Chowdhury’s team as part of the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps™ program, which offers select participants from US academic laboratories the opportunity to participate in a special, accelerated version of Stanford University’s Lean LaunchPad course. As part of this intensive program, Mike worked closely with Dr. Chowdhury and his I-Corps™ team to help move ground-breaking Radio Frequency (RF) Energy Harvesting technology developed at Dr. Chowdhury’s GENESYS Lab out of the lab and into the market.
Congratulations to Dr. Chowdhury!
Tags: career, law school, mentoring, Northeastern University, patent, women in law
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MBBP Managing Partner Lisa Warren will partake in Northeastern University School of Law’s Annual Women in the Law conference this afternoon. Warren will provide career guidance to attendees in 15-minute intervals during the “Speed Mentoring” breakout session, beginning at 1:45pm.
The Women in the Law conference aims at providing professional development and career guidance to women attorneys and professionals. Session topics include Where Two Trails Converge: Navigating Social Media, Partnering Your Way to the Summit: Public/Private Partnerships, and Expanding Your Personal Public-Private Network to Create Opportunities. It begins this morning and will take place in the law school.