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Why Rochester? Why Rochester?

Why Rochester?

The Finger Lakes are one of the gems of Upstate and Central NY.  During a trip to Welch Allyn/ Hill Rom, we visited Skaneateles Lake. The cleanes…

FDA regulatory and Intellectual Property Training FDA regulatory and Intellectual Property Training
CMTI students meet Honorable Lovely A. Warren, Mayor of Rochester CMTI students meet Honorable Lovely A. Warren, Mayor of Rochester

CMTI students meet Honorable Lovely A. Warren, Mayor of Rochester

Honorable Lovely A. Warren, Mayor of Rochester declared August 13th, 2015 to be Steven Sasson Day at Eastman House.  The CMTI students had the opportu…

CMTI Students present top unmet needs to medical device experts! CMTI Students present top unmet needs to medical device experts!

CMTI Students present top unmet needs to medical device experts!

From left to right: CMTI Students: Brittany Garrison, Kerry Donnelly, Spencer DeCinque and Sadedine El…

Visit local companies through the CMTI! Visit local companies through the CMTI!

Visit local companies through the CMTI!

The CMTI visited nearby Tessy Plastics (Elbridge, NY), a leading contract manufacturer that produces plastic components for medical device…

CMTI Students at Hajim Design Day — 2015 CMTI Students at Hajim Design Day — 2015

CMTI Students at Hajim Design Day -- 2015

Every year, student teams at the University's Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences partner with local companies and institutions to …

CMTI visits the Jacobs Institute CMTI visits the Jacobs Institute

CMTI visits the Jacobs Institute

Another CMTI tour gave us convincing evidence that translational medicine and innovation are strong across Western NY.  On August 25th, we visited the…

Interacting directly with clinicians. Interacting directly with clinicians.

Interacting directly with clinicians.

A fundamental aspect of any medical device company is identifying and documenting unmet clinical needs. The CMTI puts you there right at the beginning…

What makes Rochester different? What makes Rochester different?

What makes Rochester different?

There is only 981ft between the Robert B. Goergen Hall for Biomedical Engineering and Optics and the University of Rochester School of Medicine and De…

Where will you be after one year in the CMTI? Where will you be after one year in the CMTI?

Where will you be after one year in the CMTI?

Every company that builds medical devices needs people that can interact with their customers.  CMTI students spend the first two months in the progra…

BME459 Applied Human Anatomy BME459 Applied Human Anatomy

BME459 Applied Human Anatomy

Consider how devices that are designed to deliver electrical impulses to tissue can be used in applications such as deep brain stimulation, cardiovasc…

CMTI students meet Steve Sasson — Inventor of the digital camera CMTI students meet Steve Sasson — Inventor of the digital camera

CMTI students meet Steve Sasson -- Inventor of the digital camera

CMTI students met with Steve Sasson (inventor of the digital camera) during an exclusive IEEE event in Rochester.  In 2009, U.S. President Barack Obam…

MedTech Annual Meeting MedTech Annual Meeting
Visit local companies through the CMTI! Visit local companies through the CMTI!

Visit local companies through the CMTI!

Visiting companies like Welch Allyn/Hill Rom help students appreciate where they will fit into the industry.  Students met with John Lane (Director of…

Learn, Discover, Heal, Create, and build products that help make patients’ lives ever better.

If you are an engineer and your passion is to help people, our 1yr graduate M.S. degree in Biomedical Engineering offered through the CMTI will put your career on track within this highly rewarding field. Learn how to apply engineering based principles to translate unmet clinical needs into a proven concept. Students within the CMTI MS program receive extensive training in the commercialization process of medical devices.  Become familiar with the complexities of the medical device industry including FDA regulations, intellectual property, and quality systems.  Contact us today for more information! 

The CMTI resides within the Department of Biomedical Engineering and is a joint collaboration between the Hajim School of Engineering & Applied Sciences and the School of Medicine & Dentistry.    



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Past Events!

The CMTI visits ThermoFisher Scientific

The CMTI visited Thermo Fisher Scientific in Penfield, NY and met with several staff including: Joseph Granchelli (R&D manager), Sarina
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The CMTI visits NextCorps and participates in the Hardware Challenge 2020

The CMTI had a luncheon and received a tour at NextCorps of Rochester.  NextCorps is a business incubator that includes a
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Corporate visit: Curbell Medical

The CMTI visited Curbell Medical in Orchard Park, New York.
The CMTI students received a tour of the plant and
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BME Seminar on December 5th

BME Seminar, Hari Bharadwa, Ph.D. from Purdue University
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BME Seminar on November 30th

Xueding Wang, Ph.D. from University of Michigan
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BME Seminar on November 14th

Ron Hoy, Ph.D. from Cornell University
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BME Seminar on November 7th

Laurel Carney, Ph.D. from the University of Rochester
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