Do you have a groundbreaking idea that could make a difference in patients’ lives, but don’t know how to get that innovation to market?

For the first time, a fullPACE course is being tailored to the needs of cardiovascular innovators to support a culture of innovation, entrepreneurship, and biomedical technology commercialization at the Frankel Cardiovascular Center.

The program will offer a unique set of educational and project development activities for all cardiovascular innovators with or without an idea:

• Clinical and research faculty
• Clinical, research, and administrative staff
• House staff, trainees, and medical students

In this exclusive program, you’ll receive…

• In-depth education on innovation, entrepreneurship, and commercialization
• An opportunity to develop innovative biomedical technologies
• Mentorship from seasoned entrepreneurs and
commercialization experts
• Guidance on your commercialization strategy and business case
• Connections to industry and investors
• and more!


Don’t have an idea? That’s okay, it’s not required! The program will help you match with a project team of like-minded innovators and an innovative technology.

This customized program is a collaboration between FFMI, the Frankel Cardiovascular Center, the Zell-Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, and the Ross School of Business.


Contact at Jon Servoss or 734-764-2692.

October 12, 2018