“In hindsight, everything is 20-20”, says Dom Messerli, an engineer turned entrepreneur who has been spending the last 3 years developing an entirely natural treatment for osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures at his company, Lenoss Medical. As part of our research for the NEMIC Med Tech Leadership Program, we interviewed a number of professionals within the Med Tech development space, from investors and scientists to entrepreneurs. Messerli's background encompasses a number of key skill-sets required to develop and commercialize a Med Tech product.
Getting the right information, to the right people, at the right time.
Join Tom Chiginsky, a 25-year veteran in designing and enabling complex digital workflows and media experiences, as he explains why Ambient Computing and voice design plays a critical role in the success of the current industrial revolution and how it will ultimately play a role in innovating the current healthcare system. Tom will also give insight to how to design in the multi-modal Ambient Computing space.
As a medical student, I’ve been preoccupied with learning everything from basic cell biology to the intricacies of motor pathways in the human brain. However, for the past month-and-a-half, I took a break from the textbooks and did a deep dive into the Med Tech industry as a project intern at NEMIC.
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.
PROVIDENCE, RI, April 9, 2019 – The Foundation for New England Medical Innovation Center (NEMIC) was recognized yesterday as a recipient of the “Real Jobs RI” Implementation Grant to cultivate and educate the future leaders of medical technologies and digital health. NEMIC aims to provide leadership training to small businesses, scientists, researchers, and students in local universities through an all-inclusive MedTech training program with the goal to bridge the gap between workforce and economic development in a key Rhode Island economic segment.
Oct 26th, 2018: Come join us for a free workshop where NEMIC Co-founder Aidan Petrie will talk about the importance of innovation to the industry as a whole, different technologies that are driving innovation, human centered design, and cover the components that make innovation fundable from an investors perspective.
Presented in partnership with Advance CTR.