Innovation Center News

(September 19, 2023) Cooper Innovation Center Receives $100,000 Grant to Develop New Device for Use During Cardiac Catheterizations Invented by Cooper Physicians

Cooper University Health Care's Center for Innovation has received a $100,000 grant from the Foundation for Health Advancement (FHA) to develop a new medical device that will aid physicians performing cardiac catheterizations and related procedures for greater efficiency, ultimately leading to better patient care.

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(August 9, 2023) The following appeared in HealthCare Tech Outlook:

Support for Healthcare Startups in Improving Patient Care - Neal Lemon, Director, Cooper Innovation Center

In an interview with Healthcare Tech Outlook, Neal Lemon, director of Cooper Innovation Center at Cooper University Health Care, explains how healthcare startups can be supported while exploring opportunities in emerging technologies like AI for improved patient care.

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(May 9, 2023) Cooper Innovation Center Partners with DigiCARE Realized to Accelerate Early-Stage Alzheimer's Detection Technology for Commercialization. 

Cooper University Health Care's Innovation Center and DigiCARE Realized have signed a partnership agreement to test deployment and implementation of an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered technology designed to identify undiagnosed cases of early-stage Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

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(April 26, 2023) Former Flyer Riley Cote appears in ESPN special examining the use of psychedelics for mental health treatment

Cote, who played four seasons as an enforcer for the Flyers, is a believer in the potential medicinal benefits of magic mushrooms and is featured prominently in the new E:60 episode of "Peace of Mind."

Learn more about Cooper Innovation Center's "Peace of Mind" screening event that was held April 26, 2023.  Innovation Center Events | Cooper Medical Education (