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Veranex Becomes Corporate Sponsor for Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign


Stanford Biodesign is a training platform for university students that is already supported by multiple industry leaders.

Veranex, a comprehensive, global, tech-enabled service provider dedicated to the medtech industry, today announced that it has joined industry leaders as corporate sponsors for the Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign. Stanford Biodesign trains and supports students, fellows, faculty, and global executives in healthcare technology innovation. Veranex is the first medtech innovation solutions firm to sponsor the program.

“We’re honored to join industry leaders in supporting Stanford Biodesign because we share their commitment to innovation education and achieving the extraordinary,” said Pat Donnelly, Chairman and CEO of Veranex. “We believe the future of better healthcare relies on advancing human-centered biodesign, and we’re grateful to play a role in forging this future with a new generation of engineers and entrepreneurs focused on positively impacting the lives of patients.”

Stanford Biodesign was founded over 20 years ago to create an ecosystem of training and support for Stanford University students, fellows, and faculty with the talent and ambition to become health technology innovators. The non-profit program’s process has now become the foundation of health technology training programs worldwide, and has been adopted by a majority of the leading multi-national medtech companies into their core business development and upstream R&D programs.

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