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Six firms prevail in Upstate Medical’s 2019 medical device innovation challenge

Upstate Medical University has announced the six winners of this year’s medical device innovation challenge. The initiative is sponsored by Upstate MIND (medical innovation and novel discovery center) at Upstate Medical’s Central New York Biotech Accelerator, which is seen in the photo. It’s located at 841 E. Fayette St. in Syracuse. (ERIC REINHARDT / BJNN FILE PHOTO)

SYRACUSE — The six winners of Upstate Medical University’s medical device innovation challenge (MDIC) are moving on with their products’ development.  Upstate MIND (medical innovation and novel discovery center) at Upstate’s Central New York Biotech Accelerator (CNYBAC) sponsored the initiative, the medical school said in a news release. The six-month program seeks to “promote understanding […]

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SYRACUSE — The six winners of Upstate Medical University’s medical device innovation challenge (MDIC) are moving on with their products’ development.  Upstate MIND (medical innovation and novel discovery center) at Upstate’s Central New York Biotech Accelerator (CNYBAC) sponsored the initiative, the medical school said in a news release. The six-month program seeks to “promote understanding […]

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