Mayo Innovation Scholars Program at Gustavus

Posted on November 10th, 2011 by

 Here are some photos from the Mayo Innovation Scholars Program (MISP)  Orientation. 
Four Gustie students (Dawn Comstock ’13, Anna Nelson ’12,  
Kyle Radtke ’13, and Anna Swenson ’12) along with Biology Professor  
Sanjive Qazi visited the Mayo Clinic on Friday, October 28th to tour  
the facility and meet with the program coordinators. 
According to the MISP handbook, “The Mayo Innovation Scholars Program  
is a unique opportunity for undergraduate science and business/ 
economics students along with a small group of graduate students to  
research new product ideas and innovations submitted by Mayo Clinic  
physicians and professionals… Teams of undergraduate and graduate  
students are given a product or innovation in development at Mayo  
Clinic to research; they also assess and analyze its market viability  
and potential applications. The Program culminates with team  
presentations of their findings and recommendations at 
Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. in March.”

 

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