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Tomorrow’s Medical Technologies on Display at Northeastern’s Research, Innovation and Scholarship Expo

Medicine is your profession. Preserving life, your practice and passion.

With minimal margin for error, you need access to the best resources — knowledge of the most advanced research.

Visit Northeastern University’s premier Research, Innovation and Scholarship Expo (RISE) and peer into the future of medicine. Where technologies and research from the frontiers of nanomedicine, medical devices, imaging and sensing, prevention and diagnosis, mobile apps and systems, etc. are on display.

While at RISE, attend the Pathways to Partnership panel showcasing the capabilities of Northeastern research laboratories and discover customized avenues for solving your most pressing R&D needs.

And, in the meantime, preview Northeastern’s use-inspired technologies by downloading the RISE:2017 app from iTunes or Google Play.

Bringing you the best of tomorrow’s medical technologies today, Northeastern’s RISE.

Click here to learn more.

Pamela Bump

Pamela Bump

    Pamela Bump is a candidate for the Master of Science in Media Ventures at Boston University. After receiving a B.A. for a dual major in Journalism and Communication Studies from Keene State College in 2014, she became the Web Editor and Social Media Expert at Taste for Life Magazine, an alternative health publication. She then served as Copy Editor at The Keene Sentinel, a daily newspaper in Keene, N.H. While editing daily city news and designing pages for print, she also managed, edited, and contributed to a weekly health section.As a Media Ventures student with a passion for health journalism, Pamela hopes to use her time at MedTech to expand storytelling skills, while learning about leadership and innovation in the media-startup industry.

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