The first company to be spun out of the CIMIT Accelerator program, HanGenix is focused on reducing hospital acquired infections (HAI) by installing comprehensive hand hygiene solutions that remind clinicians to perform proper hand hygiene and document their compliance. Watch the video to see how it works!
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Join Steve Schachter, John Collins, Mike Dempsey and other amazing speakers at the ASENT Annual Meeting on March 7-10, 2018! Registration is now open.

The American Society for Experimental Neurotherapeutics (ASENT) is pleased to announce its 2018 Annual Meeting with very special programs designed specifically for its membership and welcome new attendees. Registration from academic, advocacy, government and industry will be able to discuss, address...

Great read on Coopetition coauthored by our very own Penny Ford-Carleton.

nd shared development has become a superior, more efficient way of working to accelerate innovation capabilities and capacity. Over the last 2 decades, the literature base devoted to coopetition has gradually expanded. However, the field is still in its infancy. The majority of coopetition research�...

Check out this great interview with Ryan Nolan from Photonicare!

Staff writer Paul Wood chats with the co-founder of and director of clinical development at PhotoniCare. Its inexpensive handheld device can see the middle ear without surgery.

Myomo continues to make positive impacts on patients!

A robotic device developed in Massachusetts is helping people with upper limb paralysis move again.

We love sharing news from the teams we support! Great job making progress on this important work to improve patient care.

Biomedical engineers have developed a microfluidic test that could enable rapid diagnosis and early intervention for sepsis, which accounts for the most deaths and medical expenses in hospitals worldwide.

We are thrilled to share the news that CIMTI has launched! We look forward to helping support healthtech innovation in Catalonia.

The objective of CIMTI is to highlight innovation of the health and social system by promoting projects that have a great impact on the improvement and wel

Jana Care and MGH kick off a study to evaluate a mobile app for heart failure management. We are proud to be able to help this kind of work move forward!

Medical technology company Jana Care announced that it is collaborating with Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) to study the effectiveness of a mobile application (app) for the self-management of.... The latest CIMIT news, stories, and publications.

Exciting news from Myomo!

Myomo said today it won CE Mark approval in the European Union for its next-gen MyoPro myoelectric arm orthosis device. Cambridge, Mass.-based Myomo develops and produces myoelectric orthotics for patients with neuromuscular disorders, including its flagship MyoPro line. The orthosis devices are non...

We are thrilled that our very own John Parrish will be among the Vietnam vets honored this weekend during the "Run to Home Base" at Fenway Park in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War. The annual run raises money in support of Veterans and their families.

Associate Director of Veteran Outreach at Home Base Laura Lakin, Red Sox Foundation Treasurer & Financial Advisor to the President/CEO, Accounting Jeff White, former Secretary of State John Kerry, Managing Director of Governmental Affairs and Communications of Mass Housing Thomas J. Lyons, New Balan...

Check out this great event for emerging medtech companies from our friends at MassMEDIC.

Annual MedTech Showcase on Friday, October 27 at the Westin Hotel in Waltham. This is the region’s premier event for entrepreneurs, potential investors and partners to gather and learn more about the technologies and business plans of over 20 select emerging medtech companies.

Do you have a clinical challenge that needs a new medical device? Check out MIT's medical device design course. The call for proposals is open now!

Since 2004 this course has brought together Boston-area physicians, industry and MIT engineering students in developing new medical devices. Physicians and industry sponsors present their challenges and student teams work with them over the course of a semester to develop solutions.

Don't let your deal get killed because you didn't put yourself in the investor's shoes! Check out our newest paper to learn how you can create killer experiments that will help you traverse the Valley of Death.

IDEA² Global: Put your medtech idea on the path to impact!

Based at MIT, IDEA² Global provides to emerging innovation leaders the transformative mentorship and expertise they need to develop their new technology ideas. Individuals and teams complete IDEA² Global with projects clearly focused on compelling medical needs, with broad networks of connections, and with improved abilities to compete for collaborators and funding.

Applications due April 17!

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