Georgia Bio Names Atlanta’s Global Center for Medical Innovation and Israel’s Rambam Medical Center 2019 Phoenix Award Winner

February 14, 2019 (Atlanta, GA) – Georgia Bio, the state’s life science trade association, named GCMI and Rambam Medical Center 2019 Phoenix Award winners. Part of the Georgia Bio’s annual Golden Helix Award program, the Phoenix Award recognizes leaders who have forged academic and industry relationships that will drive translation, leading to new treatments and…

Connect with GCMI at the 2019 HIMSS Global Conference & Exhibition

Andrew Stevenson, GCMI Executive Director, will be attending the 2019 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Global Conference & Exhibition on February 11–15 in Orlando to discuss GCMI’s “A1” accelerator program. Martin Entwistle, Ares Health Systems CEO, will also be accompanying Andrew to this conference. Ares Health Systems was the first digital health startup…

Hypepotamus reports launch of GCMI’s second medtech startup accelerator

GCMI recently announced the formation of a medtech startup accelerator with Rambam Health Care Campus in Israel. Thanks to Hypepotamus for its coverage detailing how the project expands GCMI’s effort to accelerate global medtech innovation in a capital efficient way, building upon our existing A1 Accelerator. The support of Atlanta – Israel Business Connector “Connex”…

Atlanta and Israel launch new medtech accelerator

GCMI and the Rambam Health Care Campus, the largest medical center in northern Israel, announce the establishment of a medical technologies accelerator for Israeli-based companies in Atlanta. The agreement, which calls for joint funding, will be formally announced on October 10th at Metro Atlanta Chamber. The accelerator intends to provide promising Israeli medtech startups a…

First Digital Health Startup Enters Global Center for Medical Innovation (GCMI) Accelerator Program

September 10, 2018 (Atlanta, GA) – The Global Center for Medical Innovation (GCMI) announces it has selected Ares Health Systems as the first digital health startup for its “A1” accelerator program. “We have a well-developed population health solution, but need the commercialization pathway experience and health system relationships GCMI can provide to further prove our…

Realtime verification of chemotherapy effectiveness project awarded $100k grant for commercialization

Boston University’s BOTLab receives $100,000 in endeavor to turn science into commercialized product from American Cancer Society and Global Center for Medical Innovation. Fulfilling its recent commitment to identify, develop, and promote technology innovation within the ACS portfolio of funded research, the American Cancer Society (ACS) and Global Center for Medical Innovation (GCMI) teams have…

Linear Health Sciences Receives Grant to Work with Global Center for Medical Innovation

  Company Is First to Qualify for GCMI Medtech Accelerator Program OKLAHOMA CITY, March 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Linear Health Sciences, developer of the Orchid™ Safety Release Valve (SRV), announced that it has received a substantial grant to work with the Global Center for Medical Innovation. GCMI is a comprehensive medical-device innovation center that guides the…