Medical Device Innovation Center in Atlanta Receives $3.6M

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The Global Center for Medical Innovation in Atlanta, the Southeast's first medical device innovation center, has been awarded $3.6 million, according to a release by the Georgia Institute of Technology.

 

Funding from the U.S. Economic Development Administration and the Georgia Research Alliance will be used to build and equip a facility for prototyping design and development. Funds will also help establish approaches for commercializing medical devices developed in universities, hospitals, companies and other organizations.

 

The center is a partnership between the Georgia Institute of Technology, Saint Joseph’s Translational Research Institute, Piedmont Healthcare and the Georgia Research Alliance.

 

Read the Georgia Institute of Technology release on the Global Center for Medical Innovation.

 

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