medical device

  • Course title and dates, April through May 2022
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    Harvard Medical School

    TRANSforming Care with Emerging, Novel Devices (TRANSCEND) explores the current climate for the development of class II and class III medical devices. This hybrid course begins with a 4-week online session. After laying the foundation online, participants will travel to Babson Executive Conference Center in Babson, MA for three days of live in-person activities to put into practice the ideas and

  • Digital health technologies are poised to change the way we study health, develop therapies and treat diseases. In the fall of 2020, the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute (UR CTSI) launched the Digital Health Seedling, a new one-year award of up to $25,000 for studies that use or develop digital health tools, methods or approaches such as electronic medical

  • Virginia Commonwealth University
    Medical practitioners frequently identify clinical needs, new product ideas, and enhanced methodologies for improving diagnosis, treatment and patient care. Physicians, surgeons, nurses, engineers and others can benefit from learning about steps involved in translating their ideas and discoveries into clinical practice. In 2020 and 2021, the VCU Institute of Engineering and Medicine, the VCU
  • Every day, millions of people in health care, from oncologists to rehabilitation specialists to dentists, use the tools at their disposal to help patients get better. “And everyone runs into times when they say, what if?” said L. Franklin Bost, MBA. “What if I had something better? What if I could give someone better treatment? What if I could improve this patient’s health care, or many patients’
  • This course will fulfill an unmet educational need and provide you with valuable knowledge to be successful in developing therapies and expediting scientific discovery to patients. Ultimately, this course will enable you to contribute to life saving developments that improve the quality of life. This course will change your approach to medicine and innovation. The information is critical for

  • This course will fulfill an unmet educational need and provide you with valuable knowledge to be successful in developing therapies and expediting scientific discovery to patients. Ultimately, this course will enable you to contribute to life saving developments that improve the quality of life. This course will change your approach to medicine and innovation. The information is critical for

  • Stephen L. Kates, the Wright Center's lead on research capacity, helped develop a sterilization pilot program to safely decontaminate N95 masks for VCU Health employees. “We have to preserve what we have. The ideal thing would be to give every nurse and doctor and technician a brand-new 3M mask every day. But given these unprecedented times, we can’t do that right now.”

  • University Of Pennsylvania
    Academic Entrepreneurship for Medical and Health Scientists, is a free open education resource that can be used in courses, workshops, pilot grant programs, and by individuals. Who is an academic entrepreneur? Faculty, staff, or students turning observations in the laboratory, clinic, and community into interventions that improve the health of individuals and the public and seeking to: patent and
  • Poster by Tufts CTSI for September 2019 CTSA Meeting
    Tufts University Boston
    The mission of Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is to stimulate innovative broadly-engaged team science across the translational research spectrum to improve clinical care and health. We achieve this by providing education, consultation, services, and direct support. Our third consecutive CTSA grant highlights two optional components that support transformational research
  • Pediatric Medical Device Innovation
    University of Minnesota Twin Cities

    Pediatric medical technology advancement is about a decade behind adult technology advancement. This technology lag was reflected in a lack of pediatric-specific innovation within the University of Minnesota (UMN). To address this institutional and national deficit, we developed a novel program around pediatric technology innovation. The Pediatric Health Innovation Program (PHIP) at the UMN