After a successful Massey TBI Grand Challenge kick-off event in February, the competition came to a close on May 31 with the Wolverine Den (MCIRCC’s version of Shark Tank). Five teams were awarded funding thanks to the generous gift from the Joyce and Don Massey Family Foundation.
On June 7, MCIRCC welcomed Dr. Marschall Runge and the Michigan Medicine Advisory Group for a morning of tech demonstrations and critical care conversations.
Thanks to the tireless efforts of MCIRCC research teams, the future of combat casualty care is looking bright. Over the past six months alone, MCIRCC has had 13 Department of Defense grants in the works—8 of which have already been submitted.
MCIRCC sits down with U-M Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Automotive Research Center, Dr. Bogdan Epureanu, to explore how medicine integrates with mechanical engineering.
From recruiting patients to handling institutional review board submissions, the MCIRCC Clinical Research Unit connects investigators to the resources they need to engineer tomorrow’s advancements in critical care.
Two teams at the University of Michigan are harnessing data platforms to accelerate research and solutions in critical care medicine.
Amanda Pennington, MS, CCRP, is the MCIRCC Clinical Research Unit Manager and lesser known Angora goat aficionado. Read on to learn more about both!
Congratulations to MCIRCC member Carleen Penoza on starting in this new role.
Sending a warm welcome to MCIRCC's newest member of the Data Science Services team, Guan Wang! Guan is MCIRCC’s Lead Application Programmer.
Michigan Medicine spinoff company receives the funding to commercialize the technology as its first product.
Fifth Eye Inc. has raised $11.5 million in Series A funding led by Arboretum Ventures and Cultivation Capital. Other participants in the round included MINTS, the direct investing arm of the University of Michigan’s endowment, along with additional capital from previous investors Invest Michigan and 35 private angel investors.
Fifth Eye Press Release: https://fiftheye.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/fifth-eye-press-release-final.pdf
MCIRCC’s objective is to transform critical care through innovation, integration, and entrepreneurship. But what does that mean and how is it being done? The MCIRCC Pre-Clinical Operative and Intensive Care Unit was created in February 2013 to embody this objective and has made great strides in high-risk, high-reward pursuits.
Dr. Hakam Tiba, Director of Pre-clinical Operative & Intensive Care Unit and Research Assistant Professor, sheds some light on the successes of the Ward & Tiba Critical Care Lab and how students and Twitter play an integral part.
MCIRCC researcher Dr. Thomas Sanderson has hit the ground running since his 2017 arrival at U-M.
A laboratory-created microscopic network of fibers helped researchers understand how white blood cells capture and even kill bacteria, offering insight into the effectiveness of antibiotics in the future.
MCIRCC welcomes a new Project Manager to the Proposal Development Unit! Santinio Jones joined The Catalyst Team just before the holidays.