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Launching a Medical Device Startup? Check out Medical Device Startup Tool Box Day

Medical Device Startup Tool Box Day is happening on December 13th and is an opportunity for Hopkins faculty, students and post docs, and for local entrepreneurs and inventors – those who want to create start-ups – to meet and hear from many of these resources who can help get a medical device into the marketplace.

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Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering has the perfect event for you, and it’s free! On Monday, December 13th from 3pm to 7pm, Hopkins is hosting Startup Tool Box Day. It’s an opportunity for Hopkins faculty, students and post docs, and for local entrepreneurs and inventors – those who want to create start-ups – to meet and hear from many of these resources who can help get a medical device into the marketplace.
Their pitch:

Anyone thinking about starting a business is immediately struck by the challenges inherent in even the simplest of new ventures. However, when the business under consideration is one based on medical device technology, those challenges can quickly become overwhelming. Unfortunately, few people realize just how many resources are available to the entrepreneur right here in the Greater Baltimore area – resources that can help take much of the risk and uncertainty out of the start-up decision.

Presenting organizations are scheduled to include the following:

  • Medical device design, prototyping, and regulatory experts,
  • Staffing companies, insurance experts, payroll services & animal testing companies, and
  • Government loan, grant and funding experts.

If you’re interested in attending, you can sign up for free on their EventBrite page. If you have any questions, they ask that you get in touch with the organizer, Helen Montag.

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