Adventures in Hyderabad
Medtronic + Johns Hopkins:
An Exploratory Journey to Impact Global Healthcare
The Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID), within the Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering, offers a one-year MSE degree program called the David E. Swirnow Master’s Program in Bioengineering Innovation and Design. Our program is about educating the next generation of global leaders. We bridge the gap between human knowledge and human need. Students choose CBID for the opportunity to work with the world’s best clinicians one-on-one and engage in disruptive innovation to improve patient care around the globe.
Our mission is to create and develop solutions for major challenges to human health. Our success is measured by the impact our students and their solutions have on the quality and accessibility of health care worldwide. Our bedside-to-bench-to-bedside model gives students the opportunity to identify needs, work in teams to develop solutions, and commercialize those solutions for broad availability.
As we wrap up our incredible, immersive learning experience in India, our team can’t help but reflect on how lucky we are to have gone on this journey. As aspiring innovators and leaders, we are challenged to address unfamiliar problems that have the potential to have global impact. This experience allowed our team to conduct… Read more
Monday and Tuesday of this week, we had the pleasure of completing clinical observations at AIG Hospital which is one of the leading hospitals in India. Upon arrival to the hospital, we were treated to a tour of their OT area as well as the different ICUs. In my opinion, the most interesting part of… Read more
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