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friday, december 6, 2019

Joint Call for Proposals Awards 12 Development Projects for Medical Device and Health Technology

PHILADELPHIA, PA – December 6, 2019 – Penn Health-Tech has selected the awardees for its annual Pilot Award Program for the 2020 funding year. Those receiving the Pilot Award, their proposal title, and the institutions with which they are affiliated are listed at the end of this announcement. Additionally, we are pleased to spotlight the Medical Device Accelerator Program Awardees, which were also selected by the Joint Call for Proposals Project Selection Committee.

 

Sunday, October 27, 2019

Penn’s Hidden Gem of Student Innovation

PHILADELPHIA, PA – October 27, 2019 – Innovation is spurred by creative problem solving, unique approaches and visualizing the long term objectives and goals. Innovation is at the core of Penn, inspiring engineers, entrepreneurs, scientists, creatives, collaborators, and researchers to push boundaries, reject norms, and answer the challenges of tomorrow. The same desire to develop is what attracts some of the brightest young minds from across the world. Penn provides students with the support to freely explore and test the boundaries of innovation. No other event captures that drive and passion like the Rothberg Catalyzer at Penn.

 

Monday, April 24, 2017

University of Pennsylvania to Celebrate Launch of Penn Center for Health, Devices and Technology

PHILADELPHIA, PA – APRIL 24, 2017 – On May 2, 2017, the University of Pennsylvania will celebrate the launch of the Penn Center for Health, Devices and Technology, or Penn Health-Tech, a University-wide effort to advance Penn’s world-class breakthroughs into new devices and health technologies to meet the world’s most pressing health care needs. Marking the opening of the Center, the University will host the first in a series of regular symposia.

Penn Health-Tech was established by the Perelman School of Medicine, the School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Office of the Vice Provost of Research. It is sponsored in part by a generous gift from Penn alum Jonathan Brassington, whose passion to encourage interdisciplinary investigative projects sparked its creation.