About the Organisation

The Biodesign Innovation Fellowship is at the heart of Stanford Biodesign circle of impact.

Each year, the Biodesign Innovation Fellows learn a project-based approach for identifying important healthcare needs, inventing innovative diagnostics, devices, or other health technologies to address them, and preparing to bring those products into patient care through start-up, corporate, or other implementation channels.

In addition, they become part of the Stanford Biodesign community, which is a life-long, worldwide network of innovators passionate about improving healthcare.

About the Fellowship

The Biodesign Innovation Fellowship is a launch pad for initiating, redirecting, or accelerating a career in health technology innovation. Stanford Biodesign graduates apply their talents to:

  • Catalyzing innovation inside major health technology companies

  • Building their own health technology start-ups

  • Teaching and/or leading translational research programs for world-class universities

  • Driving innovation initiatives within academic or private medical centers

  • Becoming specialists in design, investing, or other aspects of the health technology innovation ecosystem

Eligibility/ Stream of Education

Individuals with a background in medicine, biosciences, engineering, computer science, product design, law, or business are encouraged to apply. Masters, medical, or doctorate degrees preferred, but not required.

Candidates may have some additional experience in industry or research. Fellows will be selected based on their experience, passion, and drive, as well as their potential to become leading innovators in the health tech field. Applicants are welcome from any country.

How to Apply
To apply for the Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellowship, please:
  • Fill out all online application forms completely.
  • Upload supporting materials (see details below).
  • Designate three people to submit recommendation letters on your behalf (name, title, institution, phone, email, relationship, and a personal note from you requesting these references); ideally, one letter should be from your most recent program director or manager.
  • Pay the $95 non-refundable application fee.
  • Submit your application once all materials have been uploaded and you have verified that the information is correct.

For detailed application procedure, click here.

You can fill up the online application form by clicking here.

Deadline

All materials listed above must be received on or before August 16, 2018. If your application is incomplete for any reason after 11:59 pm Pacific on the due date, it will not be considered.

Contact

James H. Clark Center
318 Campus Drive
E100 Stanford, CA 94305-5428
Phone: (650) 736-1160
Email: biodesign@stanford.edu

For more details, please visit the official website by clicking here.

 

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