Author: GSBS | Category: In The News | Career Development | August 12, 2016
The Health Cell has launched a new "Bedside to Bench to Bedside" course on developing and clinically introducing medical technologies. The class is $150 and a certificate will be given upon completion of all four workshops. The class will be hosted at UT Health San Antonio.
This four-part workshop series was designed by biotechnology innovation leaders to guide you through the integrated and multidisciplinary process required to bring a "disruptive" medical device to market - from ideation to manufacturing to market. Faculty and speakers are leaders in the medical technology community.
There will be didactic lectures, team-based projects focused on an unmet clinical need and interactive team based learning and presentations.
Topics covered: commercialization of medical technology identify and validate unmet clinical need/market reimbursement and financial considerations regulatory pathways clinical trials R&D, product development verification and validation financing the pathway Program expectations: attendance at all four workshops is necessary to receive a certificate devote 4 hours a month pre-reading group work will be required pre-assigned teams pre-assigned clinical topics and solution areas.
To register for the class, click here.
- healthcare and working professionals
- graduate students
- postdoctoral fellows
- IT professionals
Workshop faculty are experts in the medical device, technology commercialization, scientific, and career development fields. The workshop series will guide you through the integrated and multidisciplinary process required to bring a technologically advanced medical device to market---from its development all the way to its manufacturing and clinical introduction.
Pratap Khanwilkar, Ph.D., MBA, VP, Product Development, InCube Labs
Kris Kieswetter, Ph.D., MBA, Sr. Director, Research and Technology, Acelity
Teresa Evans, Ph.D., Director, Office of Career Development, UT Health San Antonio
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