The Department of Biomedical Engineering occupies and operates research space and houses a core instrument facility at Technology Enterprise Park.
CardioMEMS, Inc. developer of the CardioMEMS HF System was acquired by St. Jude Medical, Inc, a global medical device company. They are commited to providing innovative medical device solutions.
One of the world's leading contemporary medical device companies that cryogenically preserve human tissues for cardiac and vascular transplant applications.
Applied research and development organization of the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Southeast's comprehensive medical device innovation center, dedicated to accelerating development, building businesses and improving health.
Global chemicals company, headquartered in Finland, specializing in water and fiber management chemistry.
Houses the largest cleanroom laboratory dedicated to the fabrication , characterization, and assembly of biomedical and semiconductor devices in the Southeast United States
T3Labs provides high-value pre-clinical testing and training services to medical device, biologics, and pharmaceutical developers and manufacturers.
The 99, 822 -square-foot facility anchors the biotechnology corridor at Georgia Tech.