The unique collaboration between NEMIC and Bryant University will combine the expertise of healthcare, education, and business innovators. Bryant’s experienced faculty, students, and international business professionals will team up with NEMIC clients, applying design thinking processes, strategic analysis, and market research to create customized market strategies for Med Tech companies. The partnership will assist NEMIC clients with the commercialization process in the field of healthcare devices and digital product design.
Dr. Hanumara’s focus on innovation in the medical device space and deep experience translating clinical needs to a technology and business case is extremely beneficial in supporting Med Tech innovators and entrepreneurs worldwide. As an Advisor, Dr. Hanumara's global reach will benefit national and international entrepreneurs by connecting them to NEMIC for support and success of their businesses.
Located in Providence’s innovation district within the previous Providence Phoenix space, The New England Medical Innovation Center‘s coworking spot boasts 2,500 square feet that currently serves 20 members. It includes…
Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Roberta Powell’s startup Quantitative 2 Qualitative Health (Q2Q) has been accepted into the 2019 MassChallengeRI cohort. The cohort, made up of 25 early-stage startups, was chosen from over 250 applications from 25 states and 39 countries around the world. Q2Q uses a customer facing application to convert health data into simple diagrams to empower its users to make better health decisions.
Thursday, April 18, 2019 – A Korean delegation from our global partner, Chungnam National University and the Chungnam National University Hospital visited Rhode Island on their tour of well know innovation hubs in the United States. Their goal was to learn about Rhode Island’s thriving MedTech ecosystem and how they can partner with organization, universities, and government entities in the state.