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Leadership. P Yock Founder, Director. T Krummel Co-Director. Core Faculty. “Shrink”. Tech Tx. P Wang. S Zenios. S Delp. T Andriacchi. G Gurtner. A Chaney. J Gorodsky. Ethics, Policy. Fellowship. Stanford-India Biodesign. Collaboratory. M Gertner Mentor. J Makower Mentor

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Stanford program in biodesign

Leadership

P YockFounder, Director

T KrummelCo-Director

Core Faculty

“Shrink”

Tech Tx

P Wang

S Zenios

S Delp

T Andriacchi

G Gurtner

A Chaney

J Gorodsky

Ethics, Policy

Fellowship

Stanford-India Biodesign

Collaboratory

M GertnerMentor

J MakowerMentor

Co-Founder

Todd BrintonFellowship Director

Craig MilroyDirector

R PoppDirector

Balram BhargavaExec Director(India)

Raj DoshiExec Director(U.S.)

Stanford Program in Biodesign


Basic format for fellowship

Basic Format for Fellowship

Two teams of 4 U.S. fellows (also India team)

10.5 months (August 1 – June 15); optional second year with funding

Selection by national search

Needs generated by fellows from new clinical area each year

Local mentors, advisors (150 plus)

Major deliverable = project plans


Stanford program in biodesign

IDENTIFY

1. NEEDS FINDING

2. NEEDS SCREENING AND SPECIFICATION

1.1 Strategic Focus

2.1

Disease State Fundamentals

2.3 Stakeholder Analysis

2.5 Needs Filtering

1.2 Observation & Problem Identification

1.3 Need Statement Development

Need

Statement

2.2

Treatment Options

2.4

Market Analysis

Need

Specification

INVENT

3. CONCEPT GENERATION

4. CONCEPT SELECTION

4.1

Intellectual Property

3.1

Brainstorming

3.2

Concept Screening

4.3

Regulatory

4.5 Early Stage Design & Prototyping

4.6 Concept Selection

Multiple

Concepts

4.4

Business Models

Final

Concept

& Prototype

4.2 Reimbursement

IMPLEMENT

6. DEVELOPMENT PLAN

5. DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY

5.1

IP Strategy

5.3

Regulatory Strategy

6.1 R&D /

Engineering Plan

6.4

Operating Plan & Milestones

6.7

Business Plan Development

5.6 Competitive Advantage & Value Proposition

5.2

Reimbursement Strategy

5.4

Stakeholder / Political Strategy

Business

Plan

6.2

Clinical Trial Design

6.5 Financial Modeling & Proxy Validation

Competitive

Advantage

Statement

5.5 Clinical & Marketing Strategy

6.3

Sales &

Marketing Plan

6.6

Funding Sources

Unique Features of Program

  • Access to mentors

  • Strong regional medtech industry

  • Proximity of schools, hospitals, faculty

  • Entrepreneurship welcome

  • Synergy with graduate class

  • Well-developed curriculum


Challenges

Challenges

Consistent mentoring approach

Sustainable funding

Whither U.S. medtech industry?


Stanford program in biodesign

>21,000 patients treated…

Our real “product”

Examples of fellow and student companies….

Biodesign Year

Clinical Status

Business Status

Acquired

1

OUS, US

Acquired

2

OUS, US

Series C

1

OUS, US

Acquired

1

OUS, US

Series A

4

Clinicals

Series B

6

OUS, US

Series B

4

Clinicals

SBIR Ph. 1

7

Pre-Trial

SBIR Ph. 1

7

OUS

Series B

7

OUS


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