Infusion Pumps & Biomedical Engineering
I am seeking biomedical engineering managers or directors who manage service support and maintenance for infusion pumps. Experience with managing service contracts, maintenance, rentals and leasing directly with oem(s) within the last three years is preferred.+6 Other Responses
I'm looking for a sr. Biomedical engineer with medical device managment, and experience to organize and manage a biomedical department. I'm fluent both in french and arabic but less in english.+10 Other Responses
Biomedical Start Ups Pr
I recently graduated from rose-hulman institute of technology (rhit) with a double major in biomedical engineering and biochemistry molecular biology. I am currently a graduate student at rhit pursuing a master of science in engineering management and working on my integrated project. This project focuses on bringing a new type of knee implant to market. I am interested gathering advice from qualified consultants that can help me develop a realistic perspective on developing a start-up and sustainable competitive advantage for a company based on this novel product. Any advice pertaining to the formation of a business plan and what due diligence should be done will be helpful. At the moment, i am researching areas such as the regulatory approval process, intellectual property, preliminary financial analysis, market analysis, and analysis of competitors. Any advice and guidance is greatly appreciated.+15 Other Responses
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Researchers found that a device that trains the brain to turn sounds into images could be used for blind and partially-sighted people. The voice sensory substitution device helps blind people use sounds to build images in their minds of the things around. Blindfolded sighted participants performed the best performance, nearly 20/400 during an eye test using this device. Will this method give better results than the invasive techniques for vision restoration?
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