It is clear that doctors, and future doctors, are inventors—they simply need access to the tools to define problems and explore opportunities.
After a successful pilot program in 2016, New Lab, 10XBeta, and Thomas Jefferson University look forward to the future of the JeffSolves MedTECH program. Together, we were able to leverage access to engineering and manufacturing devices, design thinking, rapid prototyping processes, and medical expertise to create innovative solutions, making anything possible.
Thank you again to Thomas Jefferson University, Provost and Dean Mark Tykocinski, and Bon Ku MD for opening to this revolutionary curriculum. And thank you to New Lab, David Belt, Scott Cohen, and the New Lab members for providing a space to bring these fields together and supporting healthcare innovation.