Do you want to be a part of a diverse community that makes an imprint on global healthcare?
By leveraging the talent and expertise of its consistently top-ranked medical, engineering,
business, dentistry and art schools, the University of Michigan is uniquely positioned to offer
training in multidisciplinary, team-oriented health technology innovation.
The MIC is pleased to announce the 2012-2013 MIC Fellowship Team
- Jinyong Kim - Engineering
- David Lorch - Engineering
- Marius Tijunelis, MD - Medicine/Business
- Courtland Keteyian, MD - Medicine/Business
Inaugural MIC Global Fellowship
Building on the success of its first four cohorts of Innovation Fellows, the Medical Innovation Center is creating a Global Health Innovation (GHI) Fellowship program. With initial funding from Susan and Richard Rogel, the GHI Fellowship team, comprised of both Chinese and US fellows, will pilot a new process for tackling "grand challenges" in healthcare. Initially developed for implementation in China, the GHI Fellowship is based on the strong foundation of the Joint Institute for Translational and Clinical Research formed by the University of Michigan Medical School and Peking University Health Science Center. The GHI Fellowship will expand over time to other countries with environments ripe for medical innovation, including India, Africa, and South America. Clinical immersion and solution deployment will occur in-country, using local resources, supply chains and distribution systems.
We are pleased to announce the first Global Health Innovation Fellows
For further information, contact the MIC at UM-MIC@med.umich.edu or (734) 763-0685.
- Edward Jan, Engineering
- Ning Ji, Medicine