Developing talent which can succeed in the MedTech industry needs more than a training programme. A vibrant ecosystem is vital in order to continue to nurture the talent, both during and post the training. With that view in mind, SB has been playing a role of an enabler to bring together various players of the MedTech ecosystem in Singapore and Asia. SB partner network to date, comprises of 7 Institutions, 12 Hospitals and Medical Centres, 7 Companies, 6 Key Opinion Leaders and 55 Mentors.
Types of Partnerships
Joint Programme Partner: Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign
SB is able to leverage on the global Biodesign community that has been forged through the various official international programmes originating out of Stanford, and the satellite nodes through the Global Faculty Training Programme. Collectively, these centres form the larger Biodesign community that allows SSB and its partners to reach out for collaborations. In addition, SB has jointly organized the BME-IDEA APAC annual forum with Stanford Biodesign from 2016 - 2018 to promote best practices in bioengineering training and innovation for Asia.
Clinical and Healthcare Innovations Centres
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Collaborate With Us
There are several other ways to interact and partner with SB, like:
- Mentorship of our fellows and students
- Specific funding for events, programs, projects and initiatives
- Donation of equipments or materials to our SB prototyping lab
- Speaking in our innovation class and at events
- Offering internships to our SB fellows
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