EnMed is a unique program with extraordinary potential to make significant contributions to the transformation of healthcare.
Are you interested in aligning your efforts in healthcare innovation with those of EnMed?
Are you interested in developing a collaborative relationship with EnMed?
Are you interested in contributing to EnMed some other way?
The EnMed Program just launched its inaugural class in the 2019-2020 academic year with 26 students. We are looking to accept approximatlely 38 students for the 2020-2021 class, and will expand to accepting 50 students per year afterward. Thus, the program will eventually include 200 talented students year round. We have a new building that will open in the Fall of 2020 that will include a state-of-the-art ‘Innovation Center’ that is specifically equipped to support and enable the development of medical technologies. All EnMed students will be involved in the development of innovative medical technologies through their independent work and immersive experiences with EnMed affiliated researchers and education partners. These include TAMU and Methodist researchers, local industry partners and hospitals, global research partners, and government laboratories. If you’re working on the development of innovative healthcare technologies or want to support such efforts in some way, feel free to contact us and let us know how you think we might work together.
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EnMed Global Health Collaborations
Dr. Roderic I. Pettigrew, Executive of Dean of EnMed with Dr. Celestin Twizere, Director of the Regional Centre for Excellence in Biomedical Engineering located in Rwanda but conceived to serve the entire East African Community. EnMed Director of Innovation for Engineering Medicine, Dr. Michael R. Moreno has been working with Dr. Twizere on several initiatives including an EnMed collaboration focused on the development of Telemedicine capabilities in Rwanda and the surrounding region.