Awards and Recognition
- Sean S. Kohles named Fellow of BMES
- IDEA-EM/OHSU startup company, Promedix Inc, selected for leading medtech accelerator
- IDEA-EM group collaborates with Fitbit to develop emergency ventilator
- Intraluminal Wireless Monitoring Project Wins OHSU Student Innovator Challenge
- Dr. Baker elected as 2020 AAMI Fellow
- University of Portland Biomedical Engineering Shiley Showcase Presenting OHSU Innovation Project
- Dr. Hansen awarded 2020 OHSU Biomedical Innovation Program Grant For Ultrasound Guided Vascular Access device
- Drs. Sheridan and Jessica Grant awarded 2020 OHSU Biomedical Innovation Grant for positioner to optimize baby feeding position
- Two Department of emergency medicine innovation projects on display 4/26/2019
- Dr. Sheridan and OHSU awarded large FDA grant in conjunction with West Coast Consortium for Technology and Innovation in Pediatrics
- Dr. Hansen a featured presenter at 2018 MedTech
- Dr. Sheridan awarded over $145,000 in grants funds
- Dr. Sheridan and Dr. Hansen HydraSense Clinical Trial
- Dr. Sheridan awarded 2nd OHSU Biomedical Innovation Program Grant .
- IDEA-EM establishes innovative collaboration with University of Portland biomedical engineering program.
- Drs. Hansen and Sheridan lead panel on academic-industry partnerships at the Fall 2017 MedTech Alliance Showcase.
- David Sheridan, M.D., M.C.R., honored with the Ludwig-Seidel Award for best emergency medicine research project from a pediatric emergency medicine fellow.
- Dr. Sheridan wins 2017 Biomedical Innovation Program Pilot Award for Wearable Monitoring for Mental Health Patients.
- Dr. Ma delivers the welcome address for the 2016 MedTech Alliance Showcase at OHSU.
- Drs. Hansen and Sheridan presented with Business Development Partnership Award at the OHSU Technology Transfer and Business Development awards.
- Dr. Hansen receives K23 grant to test devices for out-of-hospital pediatric airway management.
Innovate with us: Welcome to IDEA-EM. We believe that some of the best opportunities to improve patient outcomes and the patient care experience come through bi-directional industry partnerships. When clinicians, researchers, and engineers collaborate together we can recognize innovative ways to solve clinical problems of all scale. Our unique clinical and research experience allows our team to identify areas of need as well as developing a path to clinical implementation. If this path involves need for grant funding, we have vast experience in this field to further the process. In conjunction with the partners we work with, many different backgrounds meld to create a robust exchange of ideas and innovation to improve patient care and the healthcare system.
The mission of IDEA-EM at OHSU is to improve health through development and commercialization of new technologies that have academic interest, are potential sources of revenue, and develop clinician scientists as inventors.
Our vision is to become national leaders in clinical innovation and technology development though broad collaboration within and outside of OHSU. We hope to find solutions to clinical challenges that will improve the health of our patients and develop commercially successful products and intellectual property for our institution and faculty. We will work to develop productive and synergistic relationships with industry partners that allow clinicians who are the end users of technology and industry who produce what clinicians study/implement at the bedside to work together for the benefit of the patient, healthcare economy and medical systems. Maximizing these relationships will produce lasting contributions to healthcare that can ultimately lighten the burden of those in need of care.
We plan to achieve this mission and vision by providing an infrastructure and support to bridge the connection between physician scientists and industry. We plan to do this by focusing on forming relationships in 5 domains:
- Develop and commercialize new devices that can be used clinically for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment
Clinical Integration/Operation Improvement
- With increasing use of outpatient monitoring and electronic medical resources we will improve integration of data from the outpatient to inpatient arenas.
- Identify areas of improvement in operational issues within various healthcare settings and develop processes to improve patient care
Early Warning/Acute Care Monitoring
- Improved detection of severe illness will allow for earlier interventions that are vital to improved outcomes.
Industry Clinical Research Studies
- Partner with industry to support clinical research that advances new technology and provides revenue to support new ideas
- Clinicians provide vital feedback to industry partners on the products that are marketed