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The Kidney Project
The Kidney Project is led by Shuvo Roy, PhD, a bioengineer and professor in the Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences, Schools of Pharmacy and Medicine, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). The project is co-directed by William Fissell, MD, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Surgical Innovations fills a unique role at UCSF as a department-based program designed to support the specific needs of surgeons in advancing their device ideas towards clinical use. Surgical Innovations' partnership with bioengineering faculty and students enables projects to progress and build value within the university and out-license or spin-out once the technology has been de-risked.
Pediatric Device Consortium
The UCSF Pediatric Device Consortium (PDC) is a group of physicians, engineers, scientists, designers, and others: all inventors collaborating and sharing ideas to create pediatric medical devices. The PDC is funded by a grant program of the FDA Office of Orphan Products.
The Smart Diaphragm
The Smart Diaphragm is an intra-vaginal device designed to detect preterm birth so that medical professionals can intervene if needed to improve pregnancy outcomes.
Other News & Media
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|October 10, 2018
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|September 21, 2018
|UC Berkeley, UCSF team getting attention for device that helps diagnose pneumonia
|August 21, 2018
|AAKP announces plan to join research efforts to develop artificial kidney
|August 17, 2018
|Largest Kidney Patient Group Backs Artificial Kidney Development
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