University of South Florida/GENICON collaboration on New Surgical Device Technology

“The University of South Florida under the lead of Stuart Hart, MD, MBA, MS, FACOGS, FACS (Chief Medical Officer of Innovation, USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS)) is developing novel instrumentation for Minimally Invasive Surgery.

GENICON’s Chief Technology Officer Roland Strelitzki PhD, MBA, and a selected post-doctoral student, Mark Howell MSC, recently completed the I-Corps program together with the lead clinical faculty, Dr. Stuart Hart, in evaluating the potential of the new surgical device technologies for the global healthcare market.

Moving forward, a team of GENICON and USF will advance the key proprietary invention, with the National Science Foundation which is set to begin in mid-2016, with a plan to bring, what we believe to be a disruptive technology, to the medical device laparoscopic market in 2018.”


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