The Global Center for Medical Innovation Virtual Brown-bag Q&A

The Office of the VPIR presents:
The Global Center for Medical Innovation
Virtual Brown-bag Q&A

Please join us learn more about the work of this vital Georgia Tech resource for biomedical research.
Using proven high-quality processes, the Global Center for Medical Innovation’s staff serves Fortune 500, start-up, academic and government-funded innovators. GCMI works in over 11 therapeutic areas and a wide array of medical products (Class I, II and III) including drugs and biologics. GCMI is a fee-for-service provider with in-house expertise for successfully executing the medical product value-chain including lifecycle advisory, design and development, preclinical testing and bioskills training. Utilizing in-house resources, local core-lab resources and third-party service providers located around the world, GCMI works every day to commercialize innovative medical products that improve quality-based outcomes and delivery of healthcare for patients.    
Please join Sherry Farrugia (CEO of GCMI), Saylan Lukas (Interim Director, Research and Development Engineering), and Evan Goldberg (Director, Scientific Affairs) as they present GCMI’s capabilities and discuss specifics as to how GT faculty work with GCMI to develop medical technologies. There will be ample time for Q&A and robust discussion.
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GCMI, and its wholly-owned subsidiary T3 Labs, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) and affiliate of the Georgia Institute of Technology, a member of the University System of Georgia.