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  • Collegiate Inventors Competition Finalist: compete in Wash DC November 2011 (Team Blinx) http://www.invent.org/collegiate/ Several invention disclosures (all projects projects) 2 provisional patents (Brain Impedance Device, Liver Resection Tool) 2 Industry funded projects involving developed of fully functional product design prototypes that were transferred to the sponsors (Procter & Gamble, and Atricure Inc.) Brain Impedance Measurement team selected to enter their product design in the Create the Future contest sponsored by NASA TechBriefs ( http://contest.techbriefs.com/component/content/article/1266 ) . Brain Impedance device enter the Cincinnati Innovates competition. http://cincinnatiinnovates.com/contest/entry/Ischiban-_Stroke_Detection_Headband Taft Patent Award $10,000 Kentucky EZone Award $2500 Licensing agreement discussions initiated for the Rigid Shaft Sinus Dilator with Acclarent a J&J company. Liscense review scheduled for Dec/Jan 2011-2012

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  • 1. Collaborate to Create: Medical Devices (c2c:MD)Building a Medical Device Design and Innovation Collaborative Degree and Network Mary Beth Privitera, MDes. NCIIA March 22, 2012
  • 2. Acknowledgements!• MDIEP• College of Engineering & Applied Science• Center for Clinical Translational Science & Training• The University Hospital This work was partially funded by NCIIA as well as key industry partners.
  • 3. Background: MDIEP• Colleges of….. – Engineering & Applied Science – Medicine – Design, Art, Architecture & Planning – Business
  • 4. MDIEP Statistics• 40-50 students participate annually – Majority biomedical engineering & industrial design• 35-40 clinical partners support our students annually• Complete 8-10 programs concept to feasibility• Kick-off an additional 15-20 phase 0 – problem exploration programs• Largely undergraduate
  • 5. 2011 Accomplishments• 3rd Place Collegiate Inventors Competition• 2 provisional patents, 1 converted• 2 industry sponsored projects transferred (Proctor & Gamble and AtriCure, Inc.)• Active license discussion with Acclarent• Cincinnati Innovates Competition:Ischeban – Taft Patent Award – patent filed next week! – Kentucky Ezone Award $2500
  • 6. Good…but we need to grow! And grow organically!
  • 7. Collaboration• collaborate to create: medical devices (C2C:MD) – Multi-disciplinary working group to facilitate medial device development across UC – Formed with CCTST – Promoting innovative culture: studio models • Problem based studio • Solution based studio
  • 8. Forming the working group• MDIEP leadership• Department of Emergency Medicine, Director of Research• Center for Clinical Translational Science & Training: CCHMC• IP office• Regulatory• University Hospital Research Office• POC-CENT – NIH funded Center for Emerging Neuro-Technologies• CEAS extended faculty• Lab Animal Medicine• Center for Surgical Innovation• DAAP interested parties: Rapid prototype center, et al
  • 9. In order to grow we needed to understand who we are…. ….and who contributes what regarding medical devices.
  • 10. We do research. We design. ...but we do it differently!
  • 11. Our practices are linked.
  • 12. ..and we both rely on industry.
  • 13. We had more in common…. ….just used different words
  • 14. Can we go bench to bedside in house??? …how does industry do it?
  • 15. Medical Device Development Process
  • 16. What’s missing on campus?
  • 17. What do we have?
  • 18. Now what?• How are we going to work together in a mutually beneficial manner?• What programs can we implement or support?• Can c2c:MD act as a culture catalyst towards innovative thinking?
  • 19. Results….• UG/G programs firmly linked in medical device development• New Graduate Programs – MEng, MS Clinical and Translational Science
  • 20. Results…• Collaboration Agreement- All parties sign– Shared equity– Intellectual property– Disclosure– Use of Equipment & facilities– Funding– Commercialization Support
  • 21. Culture Shift Efforts: Studios• Problem Studio – Purpose to bring community together to discuss problems in a clinical space with those who can solve them.• Solution Studio – A focused studio on one specific problem with select ‘problem owners’ intended to provide a deep dive creative problem solving session.
  • 22. Tangible Results• MDIEP UG efforts bolstered by increased clinical immersion & interaction – ‘do it or mDIEp’ presentations held at COM- access open to studio participants• 3 problem studios generating 10-15 avenues/per studio for students to follow• Open culture of improvement within hospital being demonstrated by traditionally accepting clinical staff
  • 23. Thanks! Questions? This work would not be possible without:Drs. Chris Lindsell, Bala Haridas & Fred Beyette They are great colleagues & friends