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MCIRCC was on Display for the UM & Military Community

MCIRCC was on Display for the UM & Military Community

MCIRCC’s military roots were on full display at the University of Michigan’s Regents’ & President’s Tailgate at the Crisler Center on Saturday, September 7. The tailgate preceded the Military Appreciation themed Army vs UM football game. 

Important Information for Researchers regarding International Collaborations

Important Information for Researchers regarding International Collaborations

Amid growing federal concerns regarding "foreign influence" on research activity, some federal agencies have issued statements emphasizing the need for increased transparency with respect to international collaborations. Failure to comply could jeopardize the ability of faculty and the university to receive federal support for research.

HIT Consultant: UM Spinout Fifth Eye Lands $11.5M for Early Warning Patient Deterioration System for Hospitals

HIT Consultant: UM Spinout Fifth Eye Lands $11.5M for Early Warning Patient Deterioration System for Hospitals

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

Inside the Critical Care Lab

Inside the Critical Care Lab

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.

Using the Eye as a Window to the Brain

Using the Eye as a Window to the Brain

When first responders are faced with the challenge of caring for a patient with a traumatic brain injury (TBI), whether that be in the Emergency Room, out in the field, or on the front lines, two dilemmas usually come to mind: what is the extent of their initial injury, and are there any secondary injuries underway?