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CCTS Renewal Continues Translation of Research from Bench to Bedside

April 23, 2018

University of Utah Health has received a $22 million renewal of the Clinical and Translational Science Award to help amplify translational research to ensure discoveries reach patients faster and improve health care. ... Read more

2018 Bench-to-Bedside Awards Grand Prize to Real-time Fertility Device

April 19, 2018

A team of students from University of Utah Health set out to help mitigate these frustrations with a medical device they presented at the 2018 annual Bench-to-Bedside competition. Their team, PreOv, received the $50,000 grand prize for its low-cost, user-friendly device that accurately provides couples with real-time fertility information. ... Read more

U Students Collect Accolades for Catheter Innovation

May 17, 2016

A company that got its start as a University of Utah student-led project has won a Utah Innovation Award in the Life Science – Medical Device category. Light Line Catheter by Veritas Medical LLC, a former Center for Medical Innovation & Bench-to-Bedside team, accepted the honor at the annual awards banquet on May 11. ... Read more

Bench-to-Bedside grand-prize Winner Could Prevent Infant Death

April 05, 2016

PlusOne Baby, a wireless, no-contact monitor, won the $15,000 grand prize at Monday’s Bench-to-Bedside competition... Read more

U. Students to Unveil Medical Innovations at Bench-to-Bedside Competition at State Capitol

April 04, 2016

Could new technology that improves how health care is delivered be unveiled Monday night? Thirty-three teams of University of Utah students hope so. ... Read more

Team of U. Student-Innovators Rake in Big Bucks at Rice

April 22, 2015

A medical innovation company founded by a team of University of Utah students won big — to the tune of $153,000 — at the prestigious Rice University Business Plan Competition held April 16-18 in Houston. ... Read more

AAMC 2014: From Bench to Bedside to Community: Communicating the Excitement of Science in Medicine's Frontiers

November 09, 2014

How we communicate evolves as we learn, grow and become more sophisticated. The same scientists whose scholarly beginnings started with "See Spot Run" or "Green Eggs and Ham" publish papers with titles like, "Inhibition of mTORC-1 mediated translational elongation in colorectal cancer prevention and therapy."... Read more