Posts tagged Andrew DiMeo
Why Ask Why 5 Times?

If you have ever spent a lengthy amount of time around any child, you've probably heard the question "why" at least once. Maybe even a few times. A few dozen times. A few thousand times. On some occasions they're genuinely curious and on others... they know exactly how to push buttons and you have to learn when to say enough's enough. Ultimately though, kids may have the right idea. We guarantee you aren't asking "why" nearly as often as you could be or should be.

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Coach's Corner - Public Speaking

A peek into Trig’s private Slack channel reveals a recent discussion among the team about an upcoming speaking engagement. It was fun to see the advice from some of the more seasoned members. Dr. Andrew DiMeo shares his thoughts and personal strategies for overcoming stage fright.

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Innovation Coaching

Biomedical Engineering expert Dr. Andrew DiMeo takes us through varying ideas on the innovation process and how Trig utilizes expertise from doctors and engineers alike to address patient needs in the pursuit of improving all future healthcare technology with human-centered design.

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Andrew DiMeo, PhD Joins Trig

First off, for those Biomedical Engineering (BME) rising seniors who enrolled at NC State specifically to take Dr. DiMeo's design course, I apologize. Twelve generations of BME students have taken his Senior Capstone experience to then go out into the world armed with relevant skills as medical innovators. This announcement marks the end of a chapter and the beginning of something special in the world of human-centered design.

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Guest Post: From Killer Experiments to Diligence Dashboard

All too often, we see medical innovations with millions invested, but worse, years spent, before a later stage factor, such as reimbursement, kill the project.  The Diligence Dashboard provides intelligence at the fuzzy front end of a project that can provide insights to potential failures to increase the chances of success.

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2017 BMES Coulter College - Lessons Learned

From August 3rd to August 6th, rising undergraduate seniors from twelve international Biomedical Engineering college programs convened in Atlanta Georgia for an educational contest of who could develop the best medical device design and prepare the best investor pitch on the supporting business.  The Coulter College event was hosted by the Biomedical Engineering Society with support from the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation.

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