About Michigan Cardiovascular Innovation and Translation (M-CRIT)
The Michigan Cardiovascular Innovation and Translation (M-CRIT) Workshop is a 2-day learning experience geared towards the medical device industry and academia.
Participants will interact directly with experts in cardiology, cardiac and vascular surgery, tissue engineering, imaging, animal models, biomedical engineering, and computer modeling to learn cutting-edge techniques for cardiovascular device design, disease diagnostics, and novel therapeutics. This experience will include focused lectures and hands-on laboratories.
You will learn:
- CLINICAL: Methods for minimally invasive interventions, cardiac mapping, and management of vascular trauma
- THERAPEUTICS: Latest methods in targeted drug delivery, tissue engineering and wearable devices for cardiovascular disease
- DIAGNOSTICS & DESIGN: To integrate current imaging and modeling techniques for surgical planning and medical device development
Who should attend:
- Medical Device Engineers and Project Managers
- Basic Science, Engineering, and Clinical faculty
- Students and Trainees
About the host
The University of Michigan Samuel and Jean Frankel Cardiovascular Center is on the forefront of innovative, advanced efforts to combat the magnitude of cardiovascular disease. Learn more.
Dates and Location
The event is on Friday, November 10 – Sunday, November 12, 2017 at the North Campus Research Complex, located at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Your registration fee includes education, training, breakfast and lunch, transportation to and from labs and parking.