Influencing future innovators: T3 Labs speaks to the Georgia Tech Masters of Biomedical Innovation and Development class

The Masters of Biomedical Innovation and Development program (BioID program) is a collaborative academic experience in Biomedical technology and a hands-on clinical experience built upon the extraordinary resources and reputation of the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering: a joint department of the Georgia Tech College of Engineering and the Emory University School of Medicine.…

Navigating the medtech approval pathway: lessons learned from physician innovator Dr. Steven Goudy, MD.

Dr. Steven Goudy, MD, is an associate professor and Director of Pediatric Otolaryngology for the Emory School of Medicine. He recently took the time to sit down with our CEO Tiffany Wilson during a webinar highlighting how physician innovators should approach the medtech development and approval pathway to increase the odds of successfully completing the…

Can you really bootstrap a medtech company? The answer is yes.

Innovators seeking to enter the world of medtech face a daunting path from concept to commercialization. Design, engineering, prototyping and preclinical testing to prepare a single FDA regulatory submission are just a few examples of the many hurdles medtech innovators must successfully clear before event attempting to realize any revenue. For John O’Shaughnessy, Founder and…

Maneuvering through a world of regulation: advice from a seasoned medtech innovator

Now more than ever, physician innovators are entering into a highly regulated and cost constrained environment. “This industry is not for the faint of heart,” says Rafael Andino, Vice President of Engineering and Manufacturing for Clearside Biomedical, Inc. Andino is part of a team of innovators that built a biopharmaceutical company from concept to clinical…

A Partner That Understands Your Science & Your Product Development Needs

At T3 Labs, we take great pride in our scientific acumen. Afterall, the organization was conceived and designed by translational researchers for medical product developers. Thirst for science: it’s in our DNA. Our preclinical testing and training program leaders are trained scientists themselves, interested in understanding and participating in the science and methods behind innovations…