International Medical Technologies Innovation & Development - Galway
Learners will not only develop critical research skills to support the convergence in medical technologies but will also understand regulatory requirements and advanced testing methods to meet the business strategy and plans for the market for new technologies.
Who should apply?
This programme has been designed for people in fulltime employment in the MedTech/Life Sciences sector seeking to progress their careers.
Design Control and Risk Management
Design and Analysis of Experiments
Global Regulatory Strategies for Medical Technologies
Pre-clinical Evaluation and Assessment
Research Project in Medical Technologies
A H2.2 Bachelor degree at Level 8 in any cognate discipline or equivalent in science, technology or engineering, is the minimum entry requirement for this programme.
1.5 years, part-time, blended.
Lectures and tutorials will be delivered live online and will also be recorded.
Semester 1: Evening on-site practical every four weeks.
Semester 2: Four one-day workshops held every four weeks. Two on-site device evaluation practicals in ATU Galway City’s Medical Imaging suite. Four network evening events with key opinion leaders.