gBETA Medtech Minneapolis is looking for a new director. Application deadline is Jan. 13.
A program of University Enterprise Laboratories and startup accelerator gener8tor, gBETA Medtech Minneapolis is sponsored by Boston Scientific and DRIVe Accelerator Network with additional support from Mayo Clinic, the University of Minnesota and The Medical Alley Association. It offers a free, seven-week accelerator program for early-stage companies with local roots. Each program is capped at five teams, and requires no fees and no equity.
gBETA Medtech works exclusively with startups focused on healthcare products for diagnosing, treating and/or monitoring diseases or medical conditions, including devices, software, biological technology, and healthcare services, as well as technology or process innovations that could serve any component of the supply chain.
The previous director, Adam Choe, held the position since the program launched in 2018. He left gener8tor at the end of November 2019 to go full time with his startup Yonder.
More information is available here.