The CMTI visited Corning Inc., and the Corning Museum of Glass where they learned about how large companies engage in translating innovative products.
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"The connections made with professionals that would visit the program was also key...""I find myself constantly using the skills I learnt in the program..."
"I often lean on not only the knowledge gained in courses such as FDA and Device Design, but also the leadership and presentation skills that I further developed in the program."
"The devotion from the staff and various experts in the field brought in to mentor the students on specific applicable subject matter is unparalleled..."
"I've been given many different responsibilities and projects and have been able to pick things up and learn the industry much faster than if I had tried to make the transition as an undergraduate."
"I truly loved how CMTI provided a comprehensive view of medical device design including the engineering, entrepreneurial, medical, and legal aspects... (it) has equipped me to be a better physician."
"That they are required to have an understanding of quality systems, project management and other industry practices speaks volumes about the university’s commitment to preparing their students... "