Interested in healthcare technologies, clinical translation, technology commercialisation, and entrepreneurship? Interested in learning the skills needed as a medical innovator from experts in the field and through real hands-on experience?
The Institute of Biomedical Engineering, in collaboration with the George Institute for Global Health, is launching a new short programme on healthcare technology entrepreneurship in the 2015-16 academic year.
Broadly based on the successful Stanford University Biodesign program (with whom we are working), the Oxford Biodesign short programme aims to provide a short introduction to the Biodesign Process – a systematic and proven approach to clinical needs finding and creatively inventing new biomedical technologies that take into account the important stakeholders of current healthcare settings.
How to apply – see attached Launch of the Oxford Biodesign Short Programme 2015-16