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CMTI Students Excel in First Annual SMD-AIN Center's "Big Ideas in Science and Medicine" Pitch Competition, Securing First and Second Place!
Each team had to prepare a 3-minute pitch of a venture solving an issue in the medical or biotech space. Once the pitches were approved, students moved on to the presentation round where they presented live over Zoom. The panel of judges, which consisted of 3 University of Rochester Alumni had 5 minutes of Q&A with each of the 9 teams.
First Place winners are Stephen Wells, Hadi Wehbe, and Lucas Lassinger - all brilliant CMTI M.S. students in our program - recently took part in an AIN Center competition and emerged victorious. Their innovative solution for safe trocar insertion, known as STMedical, was a game-changer and earned them first place and a grand prize of $500!
Meet the second place winner, also CMTI MS students! Abbi Miller, Allie Coon, and Sylvia Zhong. Their groundbreaking ORIF device impressed the judges and earned them a well-deserved prize of $250! We're thrilled to see these talented students making waves in the medical technology industry and can't wait to see what they'll achieve next.
Congratulations to all teams who participated and to the CMTI students who took home First and Second place!
In this episode, Greg shares his experiences in both industry and academic settings and how choosing what do next is a difficult decision. He gives clear advice on how to negotiate for a higher salary and to set yourself up for success with the skills and knowledge made during your undergraduate career.
Recent CMTI Graduate Andrew Hirsh, has just announced his start as Design Assurance Engineer II at NxStage Medical, Inc. Congratulations Andrew, we are excited to see all you accomplish in this next chapter! Click the link to connect with Andrew! Congratulations to Julia Schroth, as she begins at Illuminous! Click…
Interested in working for these companies? Reach out to Jennifer on LinkedIn! We are thrilled to announce that after time as an Assistant Project Facilitator for Biocomx, CMTI class of 2020 alumni Jennifer Beahan is now at GlobalFoundaries in the Calibration department as an Equipment Engineer. She will be a…