Kellogg Biotechnology Competition Draws Global Interest
Business students from around the globe are expected to participate in the Kellogg School's 2009 Biotech & Healthcare Case Competition, which marks its fifth anniversary in January. Hosted by the Kellogg Center for Biotechnology, the competition is sponsored by Genzyme, a Boston-based biotechnology company that first partnered with the center in 2005. To participate in the competition, teams of 3-5 students must submit an application to the center by Dec. 15. Selected teams will receive a biotechnology-themed case on Jan. 23 and must present their solution to the case on Jan. 31 to a panel of judges, which includes three senior executives from Genzyme.