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...
Exploring the power of video games and apps to transform disease treatment, health maintenance, and clinical training. October 28th, 2013 4-7 pm. Eccles Auditorium Huntsman Cancer Institute
Not long after the final awards for the B2B competition the new Bench-2-Bedside leadership, Patrick Loftus and Craig Elder packed their bags and headed for Wyoming as special guest speakers for U.S. Senator Mike Enzi's Annual Inventors Conference, From Your Garage to the Assembly Line to talk about the success of the B2B program here at the University of Utah.
The student innovation community at the University of Utah is growing. Yes, students are innovators, and in a big way. Across campus, students from all majors are inventing new devices, launching companies, making impacts and changing perceptions. This publication is a celebration of these student innovators and the programs and people that make their success possible.
Before Stephen Jacobsen, a distinguished professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and president of the Sarcos team, there were no waving fountains at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, no believable robot rides in Disneyland and Universal Studios, and no "Iron Man" movie.
A new device designed to more effectively produce DNA samples for genetic testing from slide-mounted tissue samples is better equipped than most models on the market to help in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. The impact could be substantial since genetic testing is becoming more popular in the fight against cancer, and the demand for efficient dissection tools is growing.