The Global Center for Medical Innovation “ Accelerating Medical Device Innovation in the Southeast ”. Southeast Region Technology Transfer Directors Meeting July 13, 2012. GCMI: Key Highlights. Non-Profit Founded Leading Academic & Healthcare Organizations: Georgia Tech
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Technology Transfer Directors Meeting
July 13, 2012
The mission of GCMI is to accelerate the development and commercialization of next-generation medical devices and medical technology that can save lives and improve quality of life.
“Complimenting the Collective & Collaborative Expertise, Experience and Capabilities of GCMI’s Member Organizations”
Program Development & Support
IP & Patent Support
• Capital Investors
• Strategic Partnering
• License to Major Companies
• Establish Independent Companies
• Contract Management
Prototyping & Development
IP Collaboration Opportunities
Grant & Investor Network
Quality Systems Support
Regulatory Affairs Support
IDE, 510k, PMA Application Support
Critical Need = Go Faster
A sample of GCMI’s functional & rapid prototyping equipment available – capability to develop broad range of medical devices.
GCMI Members are positioned as leaders in supporting the latest medical technology innovations and have first-hand opportunities to identify specific areas of involvement. GCMI prominently promotes members and services to a global audience.
Other benefits include preferred pricing and access to: