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Ramot’s Fellows Program offers a unique opportunity for Tel Aviv University’s graduate students to gain in-depth experience with university technology transfer and technology commercialization.

By working closely with Ramot’s management team and contributing to numerous projects intended to enhance our understanding of the commercial potential of the University’s technologies, Fellows will gain dynamic hands-on valuable educational experience.

Several other well-established Fellows Programs globally, such as the one exists at Columbia University in NYC, have received tremendous interest and have demonstrated the great value to both the University and participants. After graduation, former fellows have been resoundingly successful in pursuing exciting careers in leading corporations at positions in the intersection of science, technology, business, and law.

Ramot’s Fellows Program is founded in collaboration with Sharon Kaplinsky, CEO of Star Tree Ventures.

This is a competitive program. Only the most qualified candidates will be accepted after a screening process including interviews for the top candidates.

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Selection Criteria

Candidates are evaluated against the following criteria:

  • Strong scientific / technical background
  • Enthusiasm and willingness to take on new challenges
  • Demonstrated interest in technology transfer
  • Commitment and availability for 10 hours per week (for a minimum of one calendar year)
  • Relevant prior experience
  • Approval letter from supervisor

Apply to Ramot’s Fellows Program

The Fellows Program is open to all TAU’s graduate students. We especially encourage applications from graduate and PhD students seeking degrees in clinical, scientific, technical, and business disciplines, e.g. the life sciences, engineering, chemistry, computer science, and business. Candidates will be expected to commit up to ten (10) hours per week, but assignments can be completed remotely. Typical projects include assessing the commercial viability of new inventions, identifying potential licensees or investors, developing marketing materials, and analysis of patent literature.

We encourage students and postdocs passionate about leveraging their technology and scientific background in business to apply to Ramot’s Fellows program.