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.
Please join us for our BME open house celebration during Meliora Weekend! We’re looking forward to seeing you.
See us at the University of Rochester booth (#608) to learn about the CMTI and the PhD and MS programs in Biomedical Engineering !
Tuesday, September 29, 2015 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m. Helen Wood Auditorium, 1W-304 Speaker: Carol Linden, PhD (FDA) This event is part of the 2015 Fall CTSI Seminar Series. The series aims to: Showcase ongoing research in Regulatory Science at URMC and across the country Stimulate new research in Regulatory Science capitalizing on the…
This week’s Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers promises to be as big as its name, with a record 425 attendees expected.
Join us for an IN-PERSON conversation with a product manager at Bigfoot Biomedical, a company that has just started clinical trials for technology to help manage insulin-dependent diabetes through smart technology. Andrew will discuss the day-to-day duties of a product manager in the medical innovation field, the transition from college to industry, the importance of networking, and general career advice. Prior to joining Bigfoot, Andrew completed his MS in Engineering Management at Duke University, then worked at Medtronic for four years. He has also interned at a variety of large and small companies. Bring questions or just a listening ear!
Baxter Healthcare, Epic, Google, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Thermo Fisher Scientific among many others to be at the University of Rochester Career Expo!
The CMTI Executive Director and MedTech Board Member, Greg Gdowski, will be at the annual MedTech meeting with over 100 companies across upstate NY!
One of the most valuable experiences for students are those where they can see firsthand what engineers do on a daily basis. The CMTI visited Volpi USA in nearby Auburn, NY during one its landmark achievements, its 25th anniversary following the acquisition of the fiber optic division of Welch Allyn for the in-house production optical fibers.