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 cleanest of the Finger Lakes, its water is so pure that the City of Syracuse, New York and other municipalities use it unfiltered.

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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 program in the operating room at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentisty.    They will continue to interact with surgeons throughout the entire year…

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Erin Keegan (2014 Alumna)

“The CMTI program provided me with explicit regulatory knowledge through the joint IP/FDA course but also equipped me with tools throughout the entire program that I use every day at the FDA. … I met my FDA contact through this same FDA/IP course which is what has landed me a job that I love!” 

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Spencer Klubben (2014 Alumnus)

“I have drawn upon all of my experiences from the CMTI Masters program: from finding clinical needs, to project vetting, to prototype development, to regulatory and IP strategy, and to business plan development. It has all been extremely useful! … the CMTI program has immeasurably helped me discuss,discover, and relate to the…

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Matt Crilley (2014 Alumnus)

“The CMTI makes transitioning into industry easier because you’ve already learned the basics and only have to adjust to the specific details of your company’s procedures and product line once you are hired.  The clinical exposure provides an opportunity to better understand what physicians look for in a medical device and how to communicate design concepts to…

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