Healthcare Technology Innovation Centre (HTIC) of IIT Madras is an R&D centre established through a joint initiative of IIT Madras and Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India. Since its inception in 2011, HTIC has evolved into a unique and leading med-tech innovation ecosystem in the country bringing together more than 20 medical institutions, industry, government agencies, collaborating with HTIC in developing affordable healthcare technologies for unmet clinical needs. HTIC’s technologies are reaching the field, touching lives, enabling business and benefiting society. A video summary of HTIC is available at
Going forward, we envision HTIC becoming a national asset in affordable healthcare technology innovation of global standards and creating impact in healthcare.
HTIC runs an annual innovation fellowship programme aimed at creating innovators and innovations in healthcare technology to address growing healthcare needs of India. The 18 months fellowship programme is designed for interested candidates from diverse background, such as engineering, medicine, business administration, public health, and social sciences, both fresh graduates and ones with work experience.
The 2nd National Biomedical Engineering Training Program aims to deliver hands-on, practical biomedical engineering training to all healthcare providers, enabling greater safety, reliability and quality of patient care through skilled healthcare technology management.
It also seeks to equip healthcare providers with a pro?cient biomedical engineering workforce, with special focus on Tier 2 and 3 cities in India
Who Should Attend
Healthcare Technologists – working biomedical/clinical engineers,
technicians/professionals dealing with medical devices.
- Infant Incubator
- Radiant Infant Warmer
- Infant Resuscitator
- Pulse Oximeter
- Transport Incubator
- Photo Therapy Unit
- Infant Monitor
- Nasal CPAP Unit
MHRD-AICTE-TEQIP FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
BIOMECHANICS FOR ENGINEERS (BME 2013)
Biomechanics is an emerging interdisciplinary field with contribution from professionals of various engineering disciplines and other fields like medicine, industry, physiotherapy, sports etc. In biomechanics, the structural and functional behaviour of biological systems are studied using the principles of mechanics and engineering.
Developing methods, procedures and devices to improve impaired movements of patients with musculoskeletal diseases/disorders is an important area of R&D in biomechanics. An understanding of the biomechanics of the system and expertise of engineering, medical and industrial fields are essential to develop safe, affordable and accessible solutions for such problems. However such an interdisciplinary approach, though quite needed, is still at its initial stage in an Indian context.
SREE CHITRA TIRUNAL INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES & TECHNOLOGY
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM—695 011, INDIA.
(An Institute of National Importance under Govt.of India)
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B. TECH DEGREE IN BIOMEDICAL ENGG / ELECTRONICS & INSTRUMENTATION / ELECTRONICS & BIOMEDICAL ENGG / ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGG. / BIO-MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION
(Eligible for training only if the date of commencement of training and the date of issue of last mark list is less than three years.)