The accelerator is open to medical device and healthcare tech businesses that have already amassed $500,000 of capital or are generating revenues.

Arizona State University teamed up with medical centre Mayo Clinic on Wednesday to kick off a US-based medical device and healthcare technology accelerator called the Mayo Clinic-ASU MedTech Accelerator.
MedTech Accelerator will give participants training to devise bespoke business development plans that lay the foundation for future collaborations with both ASU and Mayo Clinic, as well as the chance to seize go-to-market and investment opportunities.
Mentors offering counsel through the scheme will include Bernard Bendok, chair of neurosurgery…

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