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[3040] From idea to startup: the central role of networking (Marco Flavio Michele Vismara)
 [3040] From idea to startup: the central role of networking (Marco Flavio Michele Vismara)
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Innovation springs from people with specific knowledge in the scientific, technological, or communication sectors but if you want to start up a company, you will need some entrepreneurial skills.

Transforming your idea into a prototype, patent and then into a product entails an enormous increase in business scope and is far from a trivial task.

For an R&D team focused on science and technology it’s not easy to approach entrepreneurship and innovation.

Thinking out of the box, dealing with younger people and with the thriving Italian startup scene, led lightScience team is building an extensive network to find resources and talents to turn our idea into a final product.


Marco Flavio Michele Vismara - Founder, CEO. R&D team

Marco Vismara, MD specialized in medical genetics, is an expert in rare diseases, high technology laboratory settings, and precision medicine. 
He holds a degree in Medicine from Campus Bio-Medico University (Rome), a specialty in medical genetics from Tor Vergata University (Rome), and a Ph.D. in human biology and medical genetics from La Sapienza University (Rome). He also obtained the DIU in classical and molecular cytogenetics, issued by Paris Descartes, Montpellier 1, and Nîmes Universities. During his studies, he participated in several stages abroad at Rutgers University, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (NJ, USA), at Reykjavik Lànnspitali (IS), at Radboud University, Genomic diagnostics (NL), and at the University of Zurich, Institute of Molecular Lifesciences (CH).
He is the author of several patents, scientific papers, posters, and presentations. He was appointed in 2016 as an honorary lecturer in pathology at the Magna Graecia University of Catanzaro, in 2018 the same university appointed him as an honorary lecturer in histology.





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