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Robopsy - Robotic Biopsy - Aims to help interventional radiologists perform soft tissue probe insertions with greater speed and accuracy and reduced complications and physician strain. The device is a small, patent-pending, lightweight, ...
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Billy Bellows, LGO '14 and Messiah College (Mechanical Engineering) '09, describes his experience as LGO's first intern at Sanofi. Billy's project is at Sanofi's Frankfurt Medical Devices site in Germany. His work focuses on quality i...
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Profile video of Nikolai Begg, 2013 $30,000 winner of the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for his portfolio of novel medical devices that are helping to make surgical procedures less invasive.
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MIT EECS - Texas Instruments Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Rui Jin presented his SuperUROP project titled "Wireless Charging with an Energy-Constrained Source" at the SuperUROP poster session held on Dec. 6, 2012 at the M...
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2010 - 2011 2.75 / 2.753 Class Medical Device Design ProjectRenal cooling device for minimally invasive kidney surgery to reduce damage due to extended ischemia.Team: Edward Summers, Thomas Cervantes, Rachel Batzer, Christie Simpson, Ray...
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2010 - 2011 2.75 / 2.753 Class Project Medical Device Design: LapHand - Alternative to laparoscopic graspers for manipulating large tissue masses without pinching. Team: Harry O’Hanley, Matt Rosario, John Walton, Mitch Westwood, ...
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2009 - 2010 2.75 / 2.753 Class Project Medical Device Design: Tool for placement of osteosynthetic plates and screws to repair cracked ribs during video assisted thorascopic surgery. Team: Joseph E. Petrzelka, Dimitris M. Chatzigeorgio...
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2011 - 2012 2.75 / 2.753 Class Project Medical Device Design: Non-destructive removal of large excised tissue masses through small incisions during minimally invasive surgery. Team: Erika Bildsten, Tyrel Waagen, Deema Totah, Nevan Hanuma...
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03/16/2011 3:15 PM KresgeMichael Yaffe, Professor of Biology, MIT; Michael T. Hemann, Latham Family Career Development Assistant Professor of Biology, MIT; David M. Livingston, Emil Frei Professor of Genetics and Medicine, Harvard Medi...
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03/16/2011 1:30 PM KresgeRichard O. Hynes, PhD '71, Daniel K. Ludwig Professor for Cancer Research, Department of Biology; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Eric S. Lander, Professor of Biology ; Founding Director, Broad I...
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10/29/2010 4:00 PM 34"101Paul Farmer, Founder, Partners in HealthDescription: Difficult as it is to look beyond the acute misery of Haiti's current crisis, Paul Farmer proposes that aid agencies and others concerned with rebuilding focus...
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10/14/2010 5:00 PM 46Jane Pauley, TV host, authorDescription: Mental illness needs a "new narrative," say Jane Pauley. Just as cancer has moved from the shadows to pink ribbons and races for the cure, mental illness must shed its publi...
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