Whether taken for a certificate of completion, or as part of a focused elective track for any of our current MBA offerings, these courses offer knowledge and skills in biodesign from beginning to end.... Read More
Your Problem. Your Solution. Your Perfect Care.
Collaboration Between Health Sciences, Business, and Engineering & Technology
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. The Center creates a one-stop-shop environment that assists both the novice and experienced innovator through ideation, concept generation, intellectual property, market analysis, prototyping and testing, business plan development, and commercialization.
Enhancing Faculty Development & Improving Health Care
At the center we hope to enhance faculty professional development, to develop unique multi-disciplinary educational programs in medical device entrepreneurship, and to improve health care delivery through innovation and real-world applications. The center nurtures an environment that supports students and faculty who not only want to invent something new, but who also want to find ways to launch their invention into the marketplace by providing resources, connections, and expertise.
A company that got its start as a University of Utah student-led project has won a Utah Innovation Award in the Life Science – Medical Device category. Light Line Catheter by Veritas Medical LLC, a former Center for Medical Innovation & Bench-to-Bedside team, accepted the honor at the annual awards banquet on May 11. ... Read More
The Utah State Capital hosted the 6th annual competition event featuring student teams from the University of Utah... Read More
PlusOne Baby, a wireless, no-contact monitor, won the $15,000 grand prize at Monday’s Bench-to-Bedside competition... Read More
Could new technology that improves how health care is delivered be unveiled Monday night? Thirty-three teams of University of Utah students hope so. ... Read More
U-Bar Brings Powerful Health Information to Patients’ Mobile Devices... Read More
A group of University of Utah students have developed a cheap and portable device that kills cancer lesions in just 45 seconds.... Read More
A medical innovation company founded by a team of University of Utah students won big — to the tune of $153,000 — at the prestigious Rice University Business Plan Competition held April 16-18 in Houston. ... Read More
Cinluma won the $15,000 grand prize. The team of Kris Loken, Timothy Pickett, Brian Charlesworth, Jennwood Chen, Evan Howard and Ashley Langell worked together for six months, using $500, to create a device that may improve how cervical cancer is treated.... Read More