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Medical Capital

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Home to more than 600 medical-related organizations, 27 colleges with medical education programming, and a dozen of the nation's top medical device manufacturers, Northeast Ohio is often dubbed the Medical Capital. All told, the economic impact totals somewhere around $35 billion. Add to that the upcoming Medical Mart and Convention Center, and it's easy to see why local leaders beam with civic pride when discussing Cleveland's healthcare industry. Since 2003, more than $830 million in venture funding was directed toward Northeast Ohio companies. Healthcare start-ups developing the latest biomedical breakthroughs are no longer breaking news; they are common occurrences. Stay tuned for the next big thing in Cleveland's medical capital narrative. 

Features

Creative fun with VR at WMCF

Crafting a new (virtual) reality for Cleveland

Meet the movers and shakers who are putting Cleveland on the map for the next wave of technology innovation.

Ballot Box project voting at the Slovenian Workmen's Home

Collinwood Ballot Box projects got out the vote, now get underway

In an unusual community vote, some 520 Collinwood residents chose nine Ballot Box art projects from a field of more than 30. The eclectic efforts will begin unfurling in the north coast neighborhood as soon as this month.

Cleveland Clinic’s 2014 Medical Innovation Summit

Three hot topics to catch at the Medical Innovation Summit

Doctors, researchers, pharmaceutical companies and the public will gather to discuss major issues around disorders of the brain and nervous system at Cleveland Clinic Innovations' Medical Innovation Summit October 25th-28th.

Cleveland Clinic’s 2014 Medical Innovation Summit

This year's Medical Innovation Summit will highlight neurosciences innovation

Now in its 13th year, Cleveland Clinic's Medical Innovation Summit brings together inventors, investors and medical industry representatives to spur learning and collaboration.

Startup Scaleup

Entrepreneurial scene set to take over Gordon Square Arts District

Startup Scaleup, a daylong event on June 17th, will offer resources, networking -- and ice cream -- for Cleveland’s startup businesses.
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HoloLens

Transforming medical education with Microsoft HoloLens

Case Western Reserve University's unique partnership with Microsoft is giving students a wide-open window into how the body works—thanks to innovative HoloLens technology. See how Case and other CLE-based schools and businesses are forging new frontiers in virtual reality here.
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Medical Capital Founders

kurt rote

kurt rote

City: Downtown
Meet Kurt Rote, founder of Western Oncolytics, a developer of novel cancer therapies.
moty avisar and alon geri

moty avisar and alon geri

City: University Circle
Meet Moty Avisar and Alon Geri, co-founders of Surgical Theater, which applies flight simulation technology to brain surgery. 
tim miller

tim miller

City: Downtown
Meet Tim Miller, founder of Abeona Therapeutics LLC, which develops gene therapy for potential cures for children with rare genetic diseases. 
anthony stedillie

anthony stedillie

City: Beachwood
Meet Anthony Stedillie, founder of CompassMD, a Beachwood-based creator of a software platform that matches individuals and doctors based on compatibility.
Jon Snyder

Jon Snyder

City: Willoughby
Jon Snyder is founder, president and CEO of Neuros Medical. The Willoughby firm's platform technology,  Electrical Nerve Block, is focused on eliminating chronic pain in a variety of applications.
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