In the new Cleveland Clinic Innovations profile series, members of the Innovations team share their journey to joining the Innovations department at Cleveland Clinic, what they find inspiring about their role and advice for potential inventors.
Carlos Higuera, MD, Chair | Levitetz Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Florida Weston Hospital, shares his inventor journey.
Geoff Vince, PhD, Executive Director of Cleveland Clinic Innovations, sits down with Dov Moran, inventor of the USB flash drive.
Technology invented by Cleveland Clinic researchers, made by Prevent Biometrics.
Cleveland Clinic has expanded its international presence in recent years by opening a new hospital in London, as well as other outpatient facilities in the U.K., Toronto, and Abu Dhabi.
Through his microscope, Thaddeus Stappenbeck, MD, PhD, makes groundbreaking discoveries in the underlying causes of IBD to unlock new treatment strategies.
For the second straight year, Dr. Vince has been recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of the top 35 chief innovation officers to know.
XR90 is intended to be used adjunctively for minimally invasive ultrasound and CT-guided needle-based procedures for soft tissue and bone.
VisionAir Solutions creates patient-specific airway stents with its 3D-design platform.
Proven technology in 700 patients granted Breakthrough Device designation from the FDA.