Medical Device Innovation Conclave
IIT Bombay, 11-15 Sept 2015
Day 1: Anatomy & biomechanics
Day 2: Defining clinical needs
Day 3: Developing medical devices
Day 4: Deploying for end use
Day 5: Demos and way ahead
IIT Bombay, COE Pune, VNIT Nagpur, MGM Hospital, Khargar.
Meant for: Engineers, Clinicians, Entrepreneurs, Medtech companies.
: Background and capability in medical innovation, evaluated by application and
Registration fee: Rs. 900 only.
B.Tech and M.Tech students can work in BETiC for 1-3 months to work on a medical device project.
Eligibility: demonstrated capability for innovation, certified training in relevant areas (CAD/CAM, biomechanics, medical imaging, etc.), project proposal, and letters of support from suitable partners (clinician, industry).
Selection process: Since the number of positions are limited, interested students are advised to apply one year in advance
Short-listed students will be invited to IIT Bombay for visiting the lab and meeting current researchers, followed by a personal interview.
Top performers in MEDIC workshops will be directly eligible for internship.
Fellowships (after Bachelors, Masters or PhD) are available for 1-3 years to develop a core medical technology.
Eligibility: Researchers must have adequate technical knowledge and skills related to medical technology, preferably in a reputed lab or industry.
Responsibility: Research Fellows are expected to work full time in BETiC, use and manage the facilities, and guide young researchers.
PhD Scholars working with faculty members in different departments at IIT Bombay, VNIT Nagpur or COE Pune can also use this opportunity to spend up to one year at BETiC.