The Council for Entrepreneurial Development will host “Spinning Out of University Hospitals,” a technology roundtable for health care entrepreneurs from 5:30 to 7 p.m. July 11 at MCNC Building 1, 3021 Cornwallis Road in RTP.

The roundtable will focus on the challenges and opportunities associated with the transfer of technology out of the local university medical centers into viable start-ups. Several perspectives will be presented, including that of a university tech transfer office, a venture capitalist and two representative companies.

Panelists include Garheng Kong, a principal at Intersouth Partners; Marc Sedam, associate director of the Office of Technology Development at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Dhiren R. Thakker of ADMEtech; and Max N. Wallace, president and chief executive of Cogent Neuroscience. Sheila Mikhail, managing member of Life Sciences Law, will serve as moderator.

For more information or to register, visit CED’s website at