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Tufts Medical Center Announces Inaugural INNOVATION Day: Innovating a Path to Market
Date:9/4/2012

BOSTON, Sept. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Tufts Medical Center announced today that it will host its inaugural INNOVATION Day on Wednesday September 12, 2012, from 1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. in the Tufts Medical Center Wolff Auditorium in Boston.  Investors are invited to attend the Forum, which will highlight the groundbreaking and commercially relevant translational research and development being conducted at the Medical Center.

INNOVATION Day, sponsored by the Office of the Chief Scientific Officer, will feature ten sessions led by life science, medical device, and healthcare information technology innovators from the Medical Center who are translating cutting-edge research into products, services, and technology to improve healthcare.

"The Tufts Medical Center research enterprise is pioneering initiatives that have the potential for far reaching impact and advancement for the healthcare landscape," said Chief Scientific Officer Dick Karas. "INNOVATION Day will give some of the industry's best and brightest the opportunity to showcase the technological advances, innovations and products resulting from this work across all facets of the medical industry."   

"Innovation Day provides a significant platform to reveal the latest scientific breakthroughs and product development that comes from the Tufts Medical Center research enterprise," said Jill Maron, M.D., MPH, Investigator at the Mother Infant Research Institute (MIRI).  "The NOuRISH platform developed at MIRI as a result of intensive research, will help doctors determine when it is safe to start transitioning premature babies to oral feeding.  This, along with other product developments, has the potential to greatly improve the quality of care provided to patients."

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