University of Rochester Design Day showcases capstone projects of seniors from all six Hajim School departments and graduate students from the CMTI.
Using paper as a platform for microfluidic point-of-care devices.
Meet one of Rochester’s most successful young entrepreneurs!
Get advice on your resume, tips on interviews, and valuable insight into the job hiring process for biomedical engineers.
Getting money for your startup is crucial – listen so someone whose passion is successfully launching startups.
Starting up a medical device company often relies on establishing partnerships with contract manufacturers and original equipment manufacturers.
Corporate tours help students gain an appreciation for the industry they will work in.
CMTI students met with Dr. Dirk E. Stevens, Sr. VP Quality Systems and Regulatory Affairs at Fresenius Medical Care
All students participate in a review session to evaluate their top needs with Industry experts. These experts provide guidance on choosing the final needs that students will pursue as projects within the CMTI. The session gives you practice presenting in front of corporate executives and serves as a networking experience that brings you in direct contact with leaders in the medical device industry. In prior years, these events have been fruitful for students. Nate Couper (former CMTI student) was later hired by John Longuil (CEO at FTT Manufacturing) whom he first met at one of these sessions.
Strategies for building a patent portfolio with high value and real commercial impact by University of Rochester ECE PhD Graduate, Dr. Michael Fisher.