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Research at Mass General
The Entrepreneurs series, sponsored by the Mass General Research Institute, features our most successful innovators sharing stories of how they've translated their research discoveries into new treatments and diagnostics.
The Entrepreneurs Series at the Mass General Research Institute is an educational program of talks where our most entrepreneurial researchers to share their expertise and experience in moving scientific discoveries along the translational pathway to market and patient care.
The series is an intellectual community for scientists at Mass General to learn from various examples of translation or startup company success and failure, share best practices, and get relevant mentorship and guidance.
The series is produced collaboratively by ECOR and the Office of the Scientific Director and in close collaboration with Partners HealthCare Innovation. This series is co-directed by Gabriela Apiou, PhD, and David Milan, MD.
These events are open to all Mass General employees only. Questions or feedback? please email ResearchInstitute@mgh.harvard.edu.
All presentations are on Wednesdays from 4:30 pm – 6:00 pmLocation: Simches Building, Room 3.110, Massachusetts General HospitalDate: January 23, 2019
Advanced Drug Delivery Systems: The Journey from "Smart Infusion Pumps" to Closed Loop Control of Human Physiology in Anesthesia and Critical Care
Nat Sims, MDPhysician Investigator, Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain MedicineAssistant Professor of Anesthesia, Harvard Medical School
Nat Sims, MD, is a cardiac anesthesiologist and biomedical engineer at Massachusetts General Hospital, an Associate Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School, and a research scientist and medical device inventor.
Dr. Sims holds numerous U.S. patents and has received awards for his contributions to patient safety. He is currently involved with projects related to digital health initiatives, remote monitoring, and improvements to drug infusion devices.
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