Stanford E-Corner Podcasts Relevant to Biotech

Stanford's Entrepreneur Corner is a great resource that is open for everyone. Highly successful entrepreneurs are invited to give roughly 1 hour long talks about their careers and experiences with their venture(s). Here's the entire list of podcasts. Both videos and podcasts are available, making it easy to listen on the go.

I'd highly recommend listening to all of them, but here are the biotech-specific podcasts in no specific order: 

Steve Burrill, An Entrepreneurial Perspective on the Life Sciences Industry  
Burrill & Co. 
(If you only have time for one talk, listen to this one)

Beth Seidenberg, A VC Perspectiveon the Life Sciences
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

John Melo, Under the Microscope:Socially Responsible Biotech

Richard Scheller, DevelopingProducts that Save Lives

Kim Popovits, Strategies in theBiopharmaceutical Industry
Genomic Health

Ryan Phelan, GroundbreakingHealthcare Initiatives and the Entrepreneurial Minds Behind them
DNA Direct  

Dana Mead, Understanding VentureCapital
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

Joe McCracken, A Culture of Making a Difference 

Hugh Martin, 13 Mistakes and 13Brilliant Strokes 
Pacific Biosciences

Michael Goldberg, Lessons Learned in the Life Sciences Industry
Mohr Davidow Ventures

Dec 1, 2012 update: After going through the podcasts again, it seems that I've missed a few that relate to biotech. Please see below: 

Josh Makower, The Perfect Storm in MedTech

Mark Forchette, Live for the Future and Survive Success  

William Hagstrom, Entrepreneurial Journeys in Healthcare 
Crescendo Biosciences 

Elizabeth Holmes, Developing the Future of Home Healthcare 

Mir Imran, Healthy Entrepreneurship in Medical Devices
InCube Laboratories 

Pam Marrone, The Ins and Outs of a successful Biotechnology Company 

Katie Rodan, The Story of Proactiv Solution 

Lonnie Smith, From Start-up to Market Dominance in the Field of Surgical Robots  
Intuitive Surgical 

Tom Byers, Ten Enduring Success Factors for High Technology Entrepreneurship 
Stanford Technology Venture Program (STVP)

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