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MEDx fosters the exchange of ideas and creates research opportunities between physicians, engineers, computer scientists, researchers and innovators at Duke University.

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Entrepreneurship Workshops

The 2020-2021 Entrepreneurship Workshop series has been announced!

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COVID19 Engineering Response

We're working on projects to address Duke Health's identified clinical equipment needs.

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On cutting edge: Duke engineers developing biomaterial implants to improve our health

The Latest

iMED Brings Engineering Innovation to Medicine Through the Power of Graduate Students

July 9, 2021

Student group iMED welcomes graduate students from all walks of life

Thexa Technologies: Using Cutting Edge Innovation to Improve Sanitation Health Practices

July 7, 2021

Company turns seed funding from MEDx and Duke CTSI into a funding opportunity through Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU).

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Duke MEDX-BME Medical Device Design Request for Proposals

July 1, 2021

Are you a Duke clinician with a device idea? Duke's Biomedical Engineering students want to design it for you! Find out more and apply today.

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MEDx Thanks Associate Director Ken Gall

July 1, 2021

MEDx thanks Associate Director Ken Gall, PhD, who has been instrumental in the intellectual and strategic development of MEDx over the last five years.

Ken Gall, PhD

Upcoming Events

Virtual IoMT Masterclass: How to Design a Connected Medical Device

Wednesday, August 4

9:00 am to 11:00 am Virtual

Presenter: Bipin RR, CEO, iOrbit Digital Technologies

Bipin RR, CEO

CRISPR: Rewriting DNA and the Future of Humanity

Tuesday, October 26

4:00 pm to 5:00 pm Register Here

Presenter: Nobel Laureate Jennifer Doudna, PhD

Jennifer Doudna, PhD

Duke MEDx News

The MEDx e-newsletter is sent once per semester and provides a snapshot of our research, programs, people and events.

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