INDIA is one of the fastest growing health care markets in the world. The current estimate of health care device market is about $1billion with a projected growth rate of 18%. Realizing this huge potential, Indian industry as well as academecia has started showing keen interest in biomaterials and medical devices research. As a result, establishments like National Laboratories, Indian Institutes of Technology and other leading Universities have started research as well as teaching programs. Many of the establishments work in close association with the industry also. As an outcome of this, apart from the ongoing research activities, indigenously developed implants and devices like artificial heart valve, hydrocephalus shunt, blood oxygenator etc. are also available in the Indian market.
Stanford-India Biodesign Fellowship : Information session
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The Stanford-India Biodesign program is hosting a webinar to invite applications for its upcoming year 2012 fellowship intake.
Stanford-India Biodesign program is a collaborative program between Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, All India Institute of Medical Sciences and Stanford University, USA. This highly competitive program is directed towards Indian citizens who have an interest in the invention and early-stage development of new medical technologies and devices. The goal of Stanford-India Biodesign is to train the next generation of medical technology innovators in India.