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    • Arizona State University
      Tempe Main Campus
      Harrington Bioengineering Program
      School of Biological & Health Systems Engineering
      Team Members
      US:VP & BME/ASU &Community Mentors
      GLOBAL: VP & Jan Snyder BME/ASU & External Mentors
      African Partners: Malawi, Kenya, Zambia, Uganda
      SCHOOL OF
      Biological and Health
      Systems Engineering
      HARRINGTON
      Biomedical
      Engineering Program
    • ASU Bioengineering Program => Goal Now
      [BS, MS, PhD, PhD/JD]
      Program/Courses/# Projects
      Undergraduate Program: Highly Qualified BME Graduates/Meet ABET
      Enter MDDI, Grad & Professional Schools, GOV (FDA, USPTO)
      Product Design & Development Courses- BME 100, 300, 417/490, 484 Design Spine-Product Design & Development Skill Sets
      Capstone Projects: Real World Medical Device Product Development
      - Year Long Effort in Dedicated BME Design Center
      - MDDI Product Design & Development Best Practices [QSR]
      - Interdisciplinary & Multidisciplinary [Teams & Mentors]
      - For Profit: Mostly Functional Prototypes
      - Non-Profit - Finished Devices (~25% of Total/Yr)
      Empowering Africans with Disabilities- ~50 since 2003
      SCHOOL OF
      Biological and Health
      Systems Engineering
      HARRINGTON
      Biomedical
      Engineering Program
    • ASU Bioengineering Program => Five Year Vision
      [BS, MS /Prod Design/Certificates, PhD, PhD/JD/MD]
      Program/Courses/# Projects & Ventures
      UG: Innovative & Entrepreneurial Globally Trained BME Graduates
      More Entreprenurial Start Ups - Global Health Social Ventures
      Product Design & Development UG/Grad Curricular
      Retool UG: Flexible, Modular, Experiential Design Theory & Practice
      Early Culture of Innovation & Entrepreneurship Best Practices Projects => More Ventures Via New 4+ 1 Master in Product D&D
      Certificates-Proj Mgmt, Regulatory Sciences, Entrepreneurship
      Capstone Projects & Product Ventures
      - Bioengineering Global Health Product Development
      - Inter/Multi/TransdisciplinaryTeams& Mentors
      - For Profit: Functional Prototypes to Validated Medical Devices
      - Non-Profit: Sustainable Social Entrepreneurial Ventures
      SCHOOL OF
      Biological and Health
      Systems Engineering
      HARRINGTON
      Biomedical
      Engineering Program
    • LEARNING OUTCOMES
      Proficient in Real World Medical Device
      Product Design and Development
      Using Best Industry Practices [QSR]
      [Whether Regulated or Unregulated]
      Meets All ABET Outcomes
      • an ability to design a component, device, system or process to meet desired needs
      • an ability to apply STEM principles to engineering product design and development
      • an ability to use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools for BME practice
      • an ability to design and conduct tests and experiments, as well as, analyze and interpret data.
      • an ability to function on multi-disciplinary design teams.
      • an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering design problems.
      • an understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities in engineering design.
      • an ability to communicate design activities effectively.
      • an ability to understand the impact of engineering design activities in a global & societal context
      • a knowledge of contemporary issues in the practice of biomedical engineering design
      SCHOOL OF
      Biological and Health
      Systems Engineering
      HARRINGTON
      Biomedical
      Engineering Program
    • ACTIVITIES
      Medical Device Product Design & Development
      Project Management Prototyping
      Team Building Design of Experiments
      Brainstorming Engineering Economic Analyses Quality Functional Deployment Cost Estimation
      Industry Analyses / Technology Trends Design for Manufacturing
      FDA Regulatory Practices Fabrication Techniques
      Case Studies Rapid Prototyping
      Ethical Scenarios Standards
      Design Control Implementation Documentation
      Human Factors Design History File
      Patent Searches/ Intellectual Property Device Master Record
      Modeling and Simulation (SolidWorks) Forecasting
      Failure Mode Analyses/Product Business Plans
      Design Reviews FDA Product Submissions
      SCHOOL OF
      Biological and Health
      Systems Engineering
      HARRINGTON
      Biomedical
      Engineering Program
    • User
      Needs
      Review
      User
      Needs
      Review
      User
      Needs
      Review
      User
      Needs
      Review
      Biomaterials
      Fabrication&Testing
      Resource Facility
      Biomaterials
      Fabrication&Testing
      Resource Facility
      Biomaterials
      Fabrication&Testing
      Resource Facility
      Bioelectrical
      Fabrication&Testing
      ResourceFacility
      Bioelectrical
      Fabrication&Testing
      ResourceFacility
      Bioelectrical
      Fabrication&Testing
      ResourceFacility
      Design
      Input
      Design
      Input
      Design
      Input
      Design
      Input
      BME
      Design
      Studio
      BME
      Design
      Studio
      BME
      Design
      Studio
      Design
      Process
      Design
      Process
      Design
      Process
      Design
      Process
      Biomechanical
      Fabrication&Testing
      ResourceFacility
      Biomechanical
      Fabrication&Testing
      ResourceFacility
      Biomechanical
      Fabrication&Testing
      ResourceFacility
      Biochemical
      Molecular/Cell/Tissue
      Resource Facility
      Biochemical
      Molecular/Cell/Tissue
      Resource Facility
      Biochemical
      Molecular/Cell/Tissue
      Resource Facility
      Design
      Output
      Design
      Output
      Design
      Output
      Design
      Output
      Verification
      Verification
      Verification
      Verification
      Medical
      Device
      Medical
      Device
      Medical
      Device
      Medical
      Device
      Validation
      Validation
      Validation
      Validation
      Prototype Assembly
      Verification&Validation
      ResourceFacility
      Prototype Assembly
      Verification&Validation
      ResourceFacility
      Prototype Assembly
      Verification&Validation
      ResourceFacility
      Machine Shop
      ResourceFacility
      Machine Shop
      ResourceFacility
      Machine Shop
      ResourceFacility
      State-of-the Art
      Biomedical Engineering
      Design Studio & Resource Center
      Develop a Culture
      for Innovation
      Best Industry
      Practices
      School of Biological &
      Health Systems Engineering
      in g
    • PEOPLE
      SCHOOL OF
      Biological and Health
      Systems Engineering
      HARRINGTON
      Biomedical
      Engineering Program
    • SWOT Analysis
      Strengths
      Medical Device Product Design & Development - Expertise & Resources
      Resources- BMEDesign Center; New EPICS Program/Design Lab
      ASU Resources: TVC/Tech Transfer, Entrepreneurial Courses & Funding
      Strategic Fit with ASU: Innovation, Social Embeddedness, Global Impact
      Global Health: Gained Experience => Low Resource Disability Sector
      Weaknesses ManyGaps => Low Commercialization / Spin Out Record
      Social Entrepreneurship Supply Chain Business Model Development
      Social Entrepreneurship Network: ID Players & Logistics
      Opportunities
      ManyCapstone Projects with Market Potential
      Bioengineering Global Health Strategically Aligned - Grand Challenges
      Evolving Funding/Resources Internal/External - Social Entrepreneurship
      Threats Roadmap to Sustainable/Scalable Social Entrepreneurships Unclear
      Diadility
      SCHOOL OF
      Biological and Health
      Systems Engineering
      HARRINGTON
      Biomedical
      Engineering Program
    • Bioengineering World Health
      Empowering Africans With Disabilities
      Impact
      Ntchisiwoman who suffered a disability from
      a childhood accident where she fell into a cooking fire.
      HARRINGTON
      Biomedical Engineering Program
      SCHOOL OF
      Biological and Health
      Systems Engineering
    • Empowering Africans With Disabilities
      IMPACT
      ASU Commencement May 2009
      HARRINGTON
      Biomedical Engineering Program
      SCHOOL OF
      Biological and Health
      Systems Engineering