Center for Healthcare Innovation
Major areas of research managed by the Center for Healthcare Innovation include tissue engineering of cancer biopsies for drug assessment and therapy selection; biomaterials that promote cell growth and control infection in implanted prosthetic and medical devices; drug discovery and development initiatives; mobile healthcare and telemedicine applications; and data analytics and modeling of healthcare delivery systems. Learn more about Stevens research and collaboration at the leading edge of healthcare and biomedical innovation.
The Center for Healthcare Innovation aims to identify and fill educational gaps by developing new degree programs and sponsor new student centric research initiatives. We foster external partnerships and develop new R&D resources through grants, contracts and philanthropy. Additional activities of the CHI involve the coordination of multi-investigator grant and contract proposals, and the commercialization of intellectual property. Learn more about the center by visiting the link below.
Hongjun Wang, Director
The Center for Healthcare Innovation is directed by Professor of Biomedical Engineering Hongjun Wang. For inquiries about collaboration with our research contact: [email protected]
The Center for Healthcare Innovation coordinates research across Stevens' four schools and in collaboration with external partners including leading hospitals, health care centers and government agencies. We also operate a Drug Discovery and Biotechnology Lab within the center. Here are a few examples of our leading-edge research.
Funding and Collaborators
National Institutes of Health
National Science Foundation
Hackensack University Medical Center
Seton Hall University
Handlon Investment Management