Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Biomedical Enterprise Program @ Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST)

If I could live anywhere in the world and go back to school for anything, I'd choose the Biomedical Enterprise Program @ Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST). MIT recently launched their new Institute for Medical Engineering and Science (IMES). The Division of Health Sciences and Technology is IMES’ primary research program.

Biomedical Enterprise Program (BEP)

This program prepares students to lead the transfer of new healthcare technologies from concept to product development to clinical adoption. Students take preclinical and engineering courses with other HST students and business courses at Sloan. They learn to address the needs of starting, growing, and managing a biomedical enterprise, and paired with a physician-scientist, complete a hands-on hospital-based clinical experience. Individuals who need training in both management and science pursue an SM from HST and either an MBA or SM from Sloan, while those who have already earned a graduate degree in management pursue an SM from HST.

Learn more here.

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