Bench-2-Bedside

Bench-2-Bedside lets you work with other students to develop solutions for today's health care problems. Form a start-up company, create a device, and compete for over $70,000 in prizes to launch your creation from idea to marketplace

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I-CORPS

$3000 NSF Seed grant available with possible additional NSF funding if qualified. Apply now for this program!

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Investors, Students, Faculty, Sponsors, and those who just have an innovated idea that can push the frontiers of knowledge and solve problems that would never be possible without programs like this.

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Center for Medical Innovation


Fueled by a collaborative effort between the University of Utah Health Sciences Center, The David Eccles School of Business, The College of Engineering and The Technology Venture Development Program, the Center for Medical Innovation combines formal education programs, faculty and student project development, and support and facilitation of device development and commercialization. More..


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As Director it is my pleasure to welcome you to these pages highlighting our faculty, student, educational program, project development, device development and commercialization.

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Grand RoundsCurrent Event

Competition Prep Workshop

March 10th, 2015

Room 1750 at the Health Sciences Education Building

Bench 2 Bedside compeitition invites all teams to the 'How to Prepaire for Upcoming Competition Night' Workshop held at 5:30 - 7:00 pm on March 10th.

Registration is not required for this event.

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News

Spring 2015

Bench 2 Bedside Team Beritas wins $5,000!

University of Utah student startup Light Line Catheter won first place and $5,000 at the University of Utah’s Opportunity Quest executive-summary business-plan competition recently. The team competed with an innovative catheter that uses UV light to kill bacteria that can cause potentially fatal infections to users.

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