Penn Center for Innovation

Top 20 translational researchers of 2018

Posted on December 3, 2019 — Jessica Jones Gupta

Nature Biotechnology’s 2018 ranking of the top translational researchers in biotech examines total patents (US and European) awarded in 2018, the researcher’s top-cited patent over the past five years, and H-index, a calculation of the impact of a researcher’s publications over time (the higher the number, the greater the impact). View the article. Published online December…

Innovation at ‘Cellicon Valley’

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PCI was featured in a Penn Today article in advance of the fourth annual Celebration of Innovation. The article highlights key PCI facts and figures about ongoing efforts towards translating discoveries and ideas into products and businesses. Read the Article.

Penn Medicine’s Fall Issue: Innovation

Posted on — Jessica Jones Gupta

The term “innovation” is so often used in health care these days that it sounds shallow and empty. In some places, it’s just one more trendy piece of business jargon. So why have an “innovation issue” of Penn Medicine? Because innovation is not a hollow term here. Read the Issue

People of PCI: Jennifer Langenberger

Posted on December 2, 2019 — Jessica Jones Gupta

The Penn Center for Innovation is often the behind-the-scenes force promoting Penn discoveries, innovation, and technology. With this blog series, we’re moving the amazing PCI staff into the spotlight to learn about what they do, what led them to PCI, and how their work helps the greater Penn community. Our fourth spotlight shines on Jennifer…

Device Accelerator: How a Vest for COPD Evolved

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Through the Penn Medicine Medical Device Accelerator, a physician’s back-of-a-napkin sketch may soon help patients breathe easier. Read More (On Penn Medicine News)

Strella Biotechnology tackles food waste by ‘hacking the fruit’

Posted on November 27, 2019 — Jessica Jones Gupta

President’s Innovation Prize awardees Katherine Sizov and Malika Shukurova are expanding their startup and confronting $1 trillion of food waste with their novel biosensing technology. Read More on Penn Today

Nominate for the Life Sciences PA Annual Awards

Posted on November 26, 2019 — Jessica Jones Gupta

Each of the awards presented at the Life Sciences PA Annual Dinner recognizes a contribution that helped shape the life sciences industry into what it is today. This is your chance to tell us who you believe should be honored at this year’s Annual Dinner.   Emerging Company of the Year Life Sciences Pennsylvania’s Emerging…

Nurse Innovators: Submit ideas to improve cancer care

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Together with the Oncology Nursing Society and JLABS, Johnson & Johnson is proud to announce the Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge in Oncology. The nurse innovators with the best idea(s) will receive up to $100,000 in grant funding and access to mentoring and coaching from experts across the Johnson & Johnson Family of…

Technology of the Month: Topical Treatment for Autoimmune Disorders

Posted on November 14, 2019 — Jessica Jones Gupta

When you have an autoimmune disorder, it can feel like you’re not safe in your own body. Your own immune system attacks healthy tissues causing chronic pain, mobility issues, and other debilitating symptoms. Common drugs to alleviate (not cure) your condition can often cause their own set of issues, which are both painful and costly….

Advancing algorithmic care: Pennovation event featured medical and tech innovators

Posted on November 12, 2019 — Jessica Jones Gupta

Experts from Penn share their perspectives on the role of advanced algorithms and AI in health care and what the future holds for digital health technologies. Read More (Penn Today)