Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center (MTTC) has granted $360,000 to nine innovative projects across the Commonwealth. This program is funded by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and provides grants to university researchers to help them demonstrate the commercial viability of their technologies.
Three of the Nine Organizations and researchers each receiving $40,000 in funding under the MA Seed Fund program are from Northeastern University #GotResearch.
- Tommaso Melodia, Ph.D. and Enrico Santagati (Ph.D. Student), Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, “Toward Connected Health for Implants Through an Ultrasonic Internet-of-Medical Things Platform”
- Jose Martinez-Lorenzo, “Preliminary Clinical Data Collection of a Fused Multimodal DBT, NRI and Ultrasonic System for Early Breast Cancer Detection”
- Tavana LLC, Sheng-Che Yen, PT, PhD, Department of Physical Therapy, Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences and Amir Farjadian, PhD, “Virtually-interfaced Robotic Ankle and Balance Trainer (vi-RABT)
The University of Cincinnati is spearheading a new initiative by launching its Lab2Market program, empowering the next generation of STEM researchers into the realm of