The Semcer Center for Healthcare Innovation is a university-wide research center to augment Stevens' impact on healthcare.
In this fast-changing era where life expectancy is ever-increasing, and the individual and societal burden of medical care is tremendously escalated, an innovative and translational approach to healthcare is needed.
We seek routes of collaboration among our faculty, clinicians and industry partners by encouraging communication and networking. Our efforts also aim to foster students’ success in education, as well as expand opportunities for their career paths in healthcare-related industry, academia and government.
Office: McLean Hall 501
Phone: (201) 216-5556
Email: [email protected]
Message from Hongjun Wang, Director, The Semcer Center for Healthcare Innovation
"It is my great honor to take over the leadership of the Semcer Center for Healthcare Innovation towards its next-phase development. Through brainstorming meetings and faculty seminar series, I was impressed by the talents of our faculty and their dedication to the healthcare-related innovation.
"With the new vision and mission crafted for the Center, we are ready to build an innovative eco-system composed of various stakeholders (academic researchers, clinical practitioners, industrial partners, etc.) and explore our convergent research endeavors in order to push the boundaries of healthcare and achieve broader societal impact.
"I look forward to working with many of you to propel the excellence of Stevens community in the healthcare domain."
Jounghyun Helen Lee, Ph.D.
The Gateway North, Room 419
601 Hudson St.
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Constructed as part of the university's newest state-of-the-art research and teaching facility, the Gateway Academic Center, the Semcer Lab modernizes and expands available lab and research space on campus by more than 3,000 square feet.
This multidisciplinary tissue engineering lab was established thanks to a generous gift from alumnus Frank J. Semcer, Sr. '65 and his wife, Mary Jane Semcer.
Semcer, Sr. is chairman and CEO of MICRO, an international contract manufacturer of medical devices and other precision equipment for the healthcare, automotive, aerospace and electronics industries. He is also a member of the Stevens Board of Trustees.