Medical Device Innovation Center

Organization profile

Organisation profile

MDIC (Medical Device Innovation Center) is a research organization that devotes to help booming the industry environment for those startup companies in the Medical Devices Industry. Under the leadership of Academia Sinica, Dr. Lai and the Director, Dr. Su, MDIC has been working on intergrating our research team, partner enterprises, venture capital firms and NCKU meidcal center to identify the unmet clinical needs and accordingly invent several value-oriented medical device. Especially with our experience and strengths in the fields of teaching, services, research and creation, MDIC believes that our continuous efforts in the medical device industry will eventually bring a great deal of contribution to Taiwan economy in the long run. By cooperating with the Stanford University on the SC-Si2C SPARK TAIWAN project and accordingly adopting their teaching experience in NCKU Bio-design courses, also collaborating with 益安生醫 which is leaded by Yu-Te Chang (張有德), and partnering with several outstanding NCKU alumni , Dr. Cheng (陳勁初, a leader of a Venture Capital company in Silicon Valley), Dr. Yan (楊耀武) and Dr. Gong (龔行憲), MDIC has gathered enough experience to contribute more value-added and innovative technologies in the Taiwan Medical Device industry.

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Ultrasonics Engineering & Materials Science
Tendons Medicine & Life Sciences
ultrasonics Physics & Astronomy
blood Physics & Astronomy
Blood Engineering & Materials Science
Tissue Engineering & Materials Science
Sutures Medicine & Life Sciences
Transducers Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 2006 2018

Research Output 1992 2019

Peripheral Nerve Injuries

Calculation of flexor pollicis longus moment arm for wrist motion in a cadaver model validates the tenodesis effect for therapy

Thoreson, A. R., Rappaport, P. O., Yang, T-H., Reisdorf, R. L., Zhao, C., An, K. N. & Amadio, P. C., 2019 Jan 1, In : Journal of Hand Therapy.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle


Comparison of changes in shoulder functions between biceps tenotomy and tenodesis in an animal model

Hong, C. K., Yeh, M-L., Chang, C. H., Chiang, F. L., Jou, I. M., Wang, P. H. & Su, W-R., 2019 Jan 1, In : Asia-Pacific Journal of Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy, Rehabilitation and Technology. 15, p. 17-22 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Animal Models