Think Tank Devices Program

Think Tank Devices Program2022-06-13T08:48:45-04:00

Think Tank Devices Program

We support Indiana CTSI associated investigators who are working to advance their innovative medical devices and software ideas through early phase development toward commercialization and clinical use.

Andrew Brightman, PhD, professor of engineering practice in the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University and Thomas O’Sullivan, PhD, associate professor in the department of electrical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, co-lead the Device Think Tank program.

For more information, please contact Device Think Tank Facilitator: Kara Garcia, PhD, assistant professor of radiology and imaging sciences and CTSI Navigator for IU School of Medicine-Evansville (Southwest Indiana) at karagarc@iu.edu.

Learn more about medical device innovation and the Think Tank device program by watching this short presentation from the 2021 Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) Regional Retreat.

Device Think Tank Team

Chair: Andrew Brightman, Purdue University
Co-Chair: Tom O’Sullivan, University of Notre Dame
Regulatory Rep: Aaron Lottes, Purdue University
Clinical Rep: Sachin Shah, IU School of Medicine
Standing Members:

  • Gabriel Gruionu, IU School of Medicine
  • Kirk Foster, Purdue University
  • Sherry Harbin, Purdue University
  • Ken Yoshida, IUPUI
  • Andrew Gonzalez, Regenstrief Institute
  • Todd Saxton, IU Kelley School of Business

Navigator: Kara Garcia, IU School of Medicine

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