Innovation Research

The Process Of Health Technology Innovation

2017

Lee, S, Jabloner, A. Institutional Culture Is the Key to Team Science. Nature Biotehnology.

Steinberger JD, Denend L, Azagury DE, Brinton TJ, Makower J, Yock PG. Needs-Based Innovation in Interventional Radiology: The Biodesign Process. Techniques in Vascular and Interventional Radiology.

2016

Wall J, Hellman E, Denend L, Rait D, Venook R, Lucian L, Azagury D, Yock PG, Brinton TJ. “ The Impact of Postgraduate Health Technology Innovation Training: Outcomes of the Stanford Biodesign Fellowship,” Annals of Biomedical Engineering.

Zeitler EP, Al-Khatib SM, Slotwiner D, Kumar UN, Varosy P, Van Wagoner DR, Marcus GM, Kusumoto FM, Blum L. “Proceedings from Heart Rhythm Society’s Emerging Technologies Forum, Boston, MA, May 12, 2015,” Heart Rhythm.

2015

Iqbal CW, Wall J, Harrison MR. “Challenges and Climate Of Business Environment and Resources To Support Pediatric Device Development,” Seminars in Pediatric Surgery.

Menon J, Risking DJ. “Technological Innovation and Ethical Response in Neurosurgery,” Virtual Mentor.

Wall J, Wynne E, Krummel T. “Biodesign Process and Culture to Enable Pediatric Medical Technology Innovation,” Seminars in Pediatric Surgery.

2014

Azagury DE. “Patient Safety and Surgical Innovation – Complementary or Mutually Exclusive?Patient Safety in Surgery.

Krummel, TM. “Forecasting innovation in Surgery.” Annals of Surgery.

2013

Azagury, DE. “Medical Technology Innovation: Why Get Involved and How?Review Médicale Suisse

Brinton TJ, Kurihara CQ, Camarillo DB, Pietzsch JB, Gorodsky J, Zenios SA, Doshi R, Shen C, Kumar UN, Mairal A, Watkins J, Popp RL, Wang PJ, Makower J,Krummel TM, Yock PG. “Outcomes from a Postgraduate Biomedical Technology Innovation Training Program: The First 12 Years of Stanford Biodesign,” Annals of Biomedical Engineering.

Nimgaonkar A, Yock PG, Brinton TJ, Krummel T, Pasricha PJ. “Gastroenterology and Biodesign: Contributing to the Future of Our Specialty,” Gastroenterology.

2011

Yock PG, Brinton TJ, Zenios SA. “Teaching Biomedical Technology Innovation as a Discipline,” Science Translational Medicine

2010

Chao KZ, Riskin DJ, Krummel TM. “A Patient-Centered, Ethical Approach to Medical Device Innovation,” Virtual Mentor.

2009

Kaafarani H, Mery CM, Chokshi NK, Williams M. “Careers in Surgical Research: Basic Science, Clinical Research, Health Policy, and Surgical Innovation,” Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons.

Krummel, TM. “Inventing Our Future: Training the Next Generation of Surgeon Innovators,” Journal of Pediatric Surgery.

2008

Krummel TM, Shafi BM, Wall J, Chandra V, Mery C, Gertner M. “Intellectual Property and Royalty Streams in Academic Departments: Myths and Realities,” Surgery.

2007

Mery CM, Cooke DT, Chandra V, Shafi BM, Tavakkolizadeh A, Varghese TK. “The Road to Innovation: Emerging Technologies in Surgery,” Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons.

2006

Popp RL, Lorell BH, Stone GW, Laskey W, Smith JJ, Kaplan AV. “An Outline for Public Registration of Clinical Trials Evaluating Medical Devices,” Journal of the American College of Cardiology.

Riskin DJ, Longaker MT, Gertner M, Krummel TM. “Innovation in Surgery: A Historical Perspective,” Annals of Surgery.

Krummel TM, Gertner M, Makower J, Milroy C, Gurtner G, Woo R, Riskin DJ, Binyamin G, Connor JA, Mery CM, Shafi BM, Yock PG. “Inventing Our Future: Training the Next Generation of Surgeon Innovators,” Seminars in Pediatric Surgery.

Riskin DJ, Longaker MT, Krummel TM. “The Ethics of Innovation In Pediatric Surgery,” Seminars in Pediatric Surgery.

2005

Popp, RL. “Conflict of Interest for Physician-Inventor Using a Device In Human Subjects,” American Heart Journal.

Popp, RL. “Innovation, Journal Reviewers, and Journal Editors: The Game Is Worth the Candle,” Journal of the American College of Cardiology

2004

Wolk MJ, Popp RL, Smith SC Jr, Demaria AN. “President’s Page: The Trust Imperative: Ethical Choice Always Puts Patients First,” Journal of the American College of Cardiology.