We have used the 3D printing services at M-PED to build device prototypes and tissue phantoms to mimic human anatomy. The 3D printing services at M-PED have allowed us to perform the product design iteration and product validation at a much faster speed and greatly lower cost.
The mediocre teacher tells.
The good teacher explains.
The superior teacher demonstrates.
The great teacher inspires.
— William A. Ward
The cornerstone of the MPED Innovation Fellowship is the curriculum, designed to complement a thematic focus (opportunity space - e.g., cardiovascular medicine, ophthalmology, geriatric medicine), but built on an innovation platform. The curriculum provides the necessary tools to enable Fellows to collaborate in a process of nascent medical innovation and development.
The curriculum is comprised of three phases — Innovator's Foundation, Opportunity Exploration, and Opportunity Execution — each geared toward the advancement of skill and thought to transform knowledge into innovations that improve health.
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