Once the opportunity space has been explored and ideas validated, Fellows will engage in Opportunity Execution, the third phase of the curriculum. They will realize opportunities through proof-of-concept prototyping, market analysis, intellectual property evaluation and, ultimately, forge a path to commercialization and eventual integration into society. Fellows will be under the auspices of UM clinicians, engineers, and business school faculty, but will also tap the specific expertise available from technology transfer professionals, industry R&D leaders, and regulatory, reimbursement, and financial experts associated with the MIC.
- Health System III
- Experience a deeper dive into the regulatory process
- Advanced Business and Law
- Examine the concepts associated with commercialization and technology transfer
- Advanced Engineering II
- Explore the principles of design and prototyping and identify process technologies amenable to medical device production