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Innovation Voucher Scheme Now Open

The Innovation Voucher scheme is now open. The initiative was developed to build links between Ireland’s public knowledge providers such as GMIT’s MET Gateway and small businesses. Innovation Vouchers worth €5,000 are available to assist a company or companies to explore a business opportunity or problem with a registered knowledge provider. Deadline for applications is […]

Clinically Relevant In-Vitro Cardiovascular Simulators – The New Era of Medical Device Design and Development

Cardiovascular simulators – what is it simulated The adoption of in-vitro cardiovascular simulators by the medical device industry driving current and future innovation. Companies have now access to customised in-vitro simulation technologies that help replicating highly complex cardiovascular scenarios such as stroke, coronary disease and aneurysm. Each of the customised in-vitro simulators developed by MET […]

GMIT Launches its New Medical and Engineering Technology (MET) Gateway at Industry Open Day

Above, left to right: Dr Ronan MacLoughlin, Aerogen (Chairman of the MET Industry steering committee), Dr Eugene McCarthy,  Dr Mark Whelan Manager of The Technology Gateway Programme & Dr Rick Officer, GMIT VP of Research & Innovation Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) today (Thursday 16 June 2016) launched its new Enterprise Ireland funded Medical and Engineering […]

Invitation

MET Gateway Industry Open Day

GMIT would like to invite you to the Medical and Engineering Technologies (MET) Gateway Industry Open Day on the 16th of June. The event will introduce the technology offerings available within the Enterprise Ireland funded MET Gateway and the wider Technology Gateway Network to industry. This half day event will have a particular focus on […]

In collaboration with Neuravi, Beaumount Hospital and UCLA Stroke Centre, MET researchers publish paper on methodology to replicate clot analogs

Translational research on clot composition may be advanced by the use of clot analogs for the preclinical evaluation of mechanical thrombectomy devices. Funded by the Irish Research Council, Sharon Duffy described a novel set of clot analogs which represent a diverse range of fibrin and red blood cell (RBC) compositions for use in acute ischemic stroke (AIS) occlusion models. […]

GMIT and Engineers Ireland hold open lecture on biomedical engineering

A senior researcher in GMIT’s biomedical engineering research centre, GMedTech, is hosting a public lecture in GMIT’s Galway campus on Tuesday 3 December (7pm) on how this engineering discipline helps save and improve the lives of people with cardiovascular diseases. Click here for further details  

GMIT researcher wins first place at National #Thesis in 3 Final

Fiona Malone, a postgrad researcher in GMIT’s Medical Technology Research Centre, GMedTech, has won overall first prize at the 2015 National Thesis in 3 Final, held in the Sugar Club, Dublin, recently. Fiona’s presentation was focussed on the topic on how stroke can be caused by blood clots that form in the hearts of people […]

GMIT Postgraduate Student wins recognition for her research on clot types for stroke

GMIT researcher Sharon Duffy has won industry recognition and acclaim for her early research into clot types and treatment for stroke, in collaboration with Neuravi, a medical device company in GMIT’s Innovation Hub. Sharon, from Streete, Co Westmeath, presented her research at the Bioengineering in Ireland Conference held in Galway recently, where she was awarded first […]