First government hospital-based Medical Incubation Centre opens in Greater Noida

01 June 2024 | News

Developed in partnership with Stanford University’s Biodesign

First public hospital-based medical incubation centre in Uttar Pradesh has been officially opened at the Government Institute of Medical Sciences (GIMS), Greater Noida. 

The inauguration of 'Centre for Medical Innovation-GIMS' was conducted on 01st June, by Chief Guest Dr Atul Goel, Director General of Health Services (DGHS) alongside Dr Chhaya Chauhan, Head of Incubation at BIRAC.

In his address, DGHS emphasised the need to prevent diseases before it occur by implementing interventions. He interacted with all the startup founders and advised them to work on preventive diseases, rather than diagnostics and therapeutics.

This centre is set to revolutionise healthcare innovation by providing a platform for medical startups and researchers to develop groundbreaking solutions. The mission is to foster collaboration and drive advancements that will transform patient care and the overall healthcare ecosystem.

This Medical Incubation Centre has been developed in partnership with Stanford University’s Biodesign, ensuring cutting-edge innovation and collaboration.

This incubator at GIMS will enhance accessibility to clinical mentoring, validation testing, and much more, driving medical innovation to new heights.

GIMS has been recognised as the best Covid-19 care institute for treating the highest number of patients, excelling in research, and leading in innovation.


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