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Biomedical Engineering ProgramOpening Session

Rob Murphy, MD Professor of Medicine and Biomedical EngineeringDirector, Center for Global HealthNorthwestern UniversityChicago, USA

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Framework Programs for Global Health InnovationDeveloping Innovative Interdisciplinary Biomedical Engineering Programs in Africa

Partners

Northwestern University

. Among the top five biomedical engineering programs in the United States with very strong presence in South Africa with goal to expand to East and West Africa.

University of Cape Town

. Top ranked university in Africa with one of the oldest biomedical engineering programs (developed CT scanner). Partner of Northwestern for 8 years with joint training program.

University of Ibadan

. Biomedical Engineering Program just starting and one of the key training sites in the new consortium.

University of Lagos

. Biomedical Engineering Program in place for over one year and one of the key training sites in the new consortium.

Nigerian Institute for Medical Research

. Para-

statal

institute focused on medical research including HIV and Tuberculosis

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Biomedical Engineering Program: Key Personnel: Leadership

Robert Murphy, MD

Principal Investigator and Professor of Medicine and Biomedical Engineering, Director – Center for Global Health, Northwestern University

Matthew

Glucksberg

, PhD

Co-Program Director, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Director - Center for Innovation in Global Health Technologies (CIGHT), Northwestern University

Tania Douglas, PhD

Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Director – Medical Imaging Research Unit, Site Program Director, University of Cape Town

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Biomedical Engineering Program: Key Personnel: Leadership

3.

Adewale

Coker, PhD

Professor of Environmental Health Engineering, Director of the Biomedical Engineering Program, Site Program Director, University of Ibadan

Niyi

Osuntoki

, PhD

Senior Lecturer and Acting Head, Department of Biomedical Engineering and Site Program Director, University of Lagos

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Biomedical Engineering Program: Key Personnel

Northwestern University

Kara

Palamountain

, MBA –

Executive Director, Global Health Initiative, Kellogg School of Management

David Kelso, PhD –

Clinical Professor and founding Director, Center for Innovation in Global Health Technologies

Chad Achenbach, MD, MPH –

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Biomedical Engineer

Ellen Chadwick, MD –

Professor of Pediatrics, Associate Director of Pediatric and Maternal HIV Infection

Daniel

Diermeier

, PhD –

Professor of Regulation and Competitive Practice, Director Ford Center for Global Citizenship

Shannon Galvin, MD –

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Associate Director, Center for Global Health

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Biomedical Engineering Program: Key Personnel

Northwestern University

Jamie Nicole Jones, MBA, PhD –

Clinicial

Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurial Practice and Director of Social Entrepreneurship

Josh Leonard, PhD, -

Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biologic Engineering, Co-Director Graduate Cluster in Biotechnology

Robert

Linsenmeier

, PhD – Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Neurobiology and Ophthalmology, Associate Director for the

VanNTH

Engineering Research Center in Biomedical Educational Technologies

Alicia Loffler, PhD, -

Associate Vice President for Research and Executive Director, Innovation and New Venture Office (INVO)

Babafemi

Taiwo

, MBBS – Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of Research in Africa

Keith

Tyo

, PhD –

Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biologic Engineering and Co-Director, Recombinant Protein Production Core

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Biomedical Engineering Program: Key Personnel

University of Cape Town

Jonathan Blackburn, DPhil –

South African Research Chair in Applied & Chemical Sciences and founder of Sense Proteomic and the Centre for Proteomic & Genomic Research (RSA)

Willem

Hanekom

, MB, ChB –

Professor and Director, South African Tuberculosis Vaccine Initiative

Lucy Linley,

MBChB

– Neonatologist, Head of Department Neonatology,

Mowbray

Hospital

Mladen

Poluta

, –

Senior Lecturer and Convener, Healthcare Technology Management Program

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Biomedical Engineering Program: Key Personnel

University of Ibadan

Isaac

Adewale

, MD – Professor and Vice Chancellor, Co-Principal Investigator for Medical Education Partnership Initiative Nigeria and APIN PEPFAR Program.

David

Olaleye

, MB, ChB –

Professor of Virology and Principal Investigator for Medical Education Partnership Initiative

University of

Lagos

Sade

Ogunsola

, MB ChB, PhD–

Professor

of Medical Microbiology and Provost, College of Medicine, Chairman of the WHO Working Group on Infection Prevention and Control curriculum

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Biomedical Engineering Program: Key Personnel

Nigerian Institute for Medical Research

Oni

Idigbe

, PhD – Adjunct Professor of Medicine (Northwestern) and Director of Research and former Director General

Innocent

Ujah

, MBBS, ChB –

Professor of Obstetrics and

Gynaecology

(Jos) and Director General

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Frameworks BME Program

Frameworks Biomedical Engineering Grant

The theme of our program involves the development of effective, affordable, and easy to use innovative biomedical devices that can advance diagnostic and treatment approaches that result in

improved survival

.

Our

cross-disciplinary approach involves three key areas of research which only together can lead to

improved health and survival

: 1) biomedical engineering, 2) medical evaluation, and 3) commercialization

.

This

interdisciplinary training program will provide LMIC faculty and students with a unique comprehensive hands-on learning experience focused on developing innovative global health technologies.

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2. Frameworks Aims AIM 1: Establish new and enhance existing training programs in biomedical engineering in sub-Saharan Africa. Through a combination of classroom, distance learning and field work, faculty and post-graduate students will be trained in identification and development of healthcare technologies appropriate for their local and regional settings. AIM 2: Train biomedical engineers and medical doctors to evaluate newly developed testing and therapeutic devices. Trainees from our partner institutions focused on clinical research have already received valuable training through the existing MEPI and AITRP programs, however research projects utilizing their newly acquired skills have been limited. Selected trainees with biomedical and behavioral science backgrounds in adult and pediatric medicine will receive hands-on mentoring directed towards evaluating the newly developed technologies in AIM 1. AIM 3: Train post graduates from business schools to scale up development and launch new healthcare products. Post-graduates in business will be instructed and mentored in defining the most appropriate medical technologies needed in their countries along with the tools needed to approve, finance, procure, distribute, use and maintain these medical technologies.

Frameworks BME Program

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2. Frameworks Research Plan

Frameworks BME Program

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Planned eLearning Activities

2. Frameworks Distance Learning Components

1

:

Business Global Health Course.

This will be a 10 week course, recorded via Articulate, of Professor Kara

Palamountain

at the Kellogg School of Management. The course will be put on-line, non-synchronous, and will be offered by CD. Following completion, students will be eligible for field work opportunities.

2

:

Polycom

leadership/executive committee meetings.

Key personnel from the partner institutions will meet bimonthly to discuss progress of trainees and development of products and its status.

3

:

Product presentation and training.

Group presentations will be made by product development teams using Articulate or other video format.

4: Presentations of other courses.

Live streaming, synchronous and asynchronous can be done for a variety of courses in intellectual property, contract negotiations, patent application procedures among others.

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Current Solution: Commercial Heating Pad

US Standard:

Bair Hugger

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Need | Pediatric Surgery Infant Warmer:

US Standard and Current Solution

Proposed Solution:

JoeyKare

Cost

US$ 12,000 +

$300/usage

US$30

US$300

Pro

Effective;

safe; approved

Provides

heat; inexpensive

Effective regulated heat; safe; no disposables; battery

backup;

commercial

potential

Con

Expensive;

highly electric dependent

No safety control; unregulated

heat; requires electric

More expensive than

pad

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Our Solution |

JoeyKare

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Key Features

Temperature AdjustabilityTemperature MonitoringUser FeedbackAlarm System Multiple Fail SafesRobust Printed Circuit BoardQuick Set-Up TimeEfficient Heat ProductionEasy MaintenanceLow Cost

Device Temperature:

27

ºC

Device Temperature Risen Too High

Set Temperature:

33

ºC

Maintenance Check Required

Low Battery

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Background: Anal Muscle Stimulator

Imperforate anus or high anal atresia occurs in 1:600 to 1:5000 births

Treatment is surgical: Posterior sagittal

anorectalplasty

(PSARP) or pull-through

anorectal

reconstruction

Complications can be debilitating, including fecal incontinence

Identification of perianal musculature is critical in order to most effectively place the new anus

The Pena Stimulator is effective, however it is very expensive – US$12,000 and generally not available in resource-limited settings

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MS Nerve Stimulator

DS7A PSARP Muscle

Locating ElectricStimulator

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Device Layout

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MS Nerve Stimulator Test

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Thank you!

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