“What makes a high quality preclinical study final report?” – FREE Webcast

The timely review of your GLP preclinical final report is very important. However, timelines are tight, and yours is not the only study that a reviewer might be working on. How do you make the report detailed, yet easy to read? What elements must be present? What common mistakes should you be certain to avoid?…

Buyer beware: Common costs in preclinical research: a free webinar from GCMI

All preclinical study estimates are not created equal: they may or may not include line items that can widely influence the total fee. We know preclinical studies are expensive. Medical product innovators need to know much more goes into the making of a high quality, value-based preclinical study that is critical, but is not always…

Critical elements of high quality preclinical study protocols

When a medical product innovator has reached the point at which preclinical research is necessary to achieve the next milestone, they have already surmounted significant obstacles. They are nearer to realizing the possibility that their product will enter the market and patient care than ever before. Quality preclinical research begins with a robust preclinical study…

Breakthrough Initiative Addresses Shortage of Personal Protective Equipment for Nation’s Healthcare Workers in Wake of COVID-19 Pandemic

Research Collaboration to Allow Manufacturers to 3D Print Thousands of Face Shields in the Coming Weeks    Atlanta, GA – March 24, 2020 – Global Center for Medical Innovation (GCMI), the Southeast’s first and only comprehensive medical device innovation center, today announced a collaboration that addresses the severe shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) for…

Aspiring to create a brand new solution for patient aspiration during EGDs – GT Capstone Day at GCMI: Bullseye

Georgia Tech biomedical engineering students Oscar Gutierrez, Ahmed Alnamos, Nishani Kanthasamy and Sondos Alnamos make up the team ‘Bullseye’ for the Fall 2019 edition of the Capstone Program. Their device seeks to provide a solution for patients who are at risk of aspiration but do not otherwise require general anesthesia during Esophagogastroduodenoscopy, or EGD, procedures