Committed to Medical Innovations
Every day—in research labs across eastern Massachusetts—investigators, doctors and nurses at Partners HealthCare are working to discover new treatment options, medical devices and technology to improve the lives and outcomes of patients. Partners HealthCare Innovation works directly with researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, McLean Hospital and Spaulding Hospital to commercialize their innovations. It is our mission to enable commercialization through the best route for a given technology, and ensure that technologies can benefit patients.
Lyndra Inc. and Global Drug Commercialization Center Announce Joint Venture to Develop Lyndra’s Ultra-long-acting Oral Dosage Form for Chinese Market
Lyndra Inc., an emerging biopharmaceutical company, today announced the formation of a joint venture with Global Drug Commercialization Center (GDCC) to commercialize Lyndra’s groundbreaking medicines in China. The partners held a public ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Lyndra (China) Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd. headquarters in Chengdu, China. Lyndra is developing ultra-long-acting oral therapies that free patients…Read More
by WBUR June 8, 2018- So far, the digital revolution has mostly been a disappointment in health care. Doctors stare at their screens instead of us. Specialists and emergency rooms still don’t have all our records. But artificial intelligence, big data analytics and deep learning are converging on health care in a big way, information…Read More
The 2018 World Medical Innovation Forum focused on the advancements and opportunities of Artificial Intelligence. The event brought together industry-leading CEOs, Partners' HIT experts, investors and deal makers to share perspectives on how cognitive computation, machine learning, and big date are having a transformative impact on patient care.
Career Development Opportunities for Future Leaders in Translational Medicine
The Innovation Fellows Program enables personnel exchanges between Partners hospitals and participating industry. Biopharmaceutical, device, venture capital, digital health, payors, and consulting firms engage with early career Harvard faculty and trainees appointed at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital and McLean Hospital. Fellows gain the competencies they need to become future leaders in health care through experiential opportunities.