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ACLs, tricorders and the microwave: A surgeon’s passions

This post is first in a series of profiles of researchers and innovators at Boston Children’s Hospital. “I’d like to meet the innovator who made the tricorder that Bones used on Star Trek,” says orthopedic surgeon Martha Murray, MD. “A push of the button and things healed, no muss, no fuss. I’d like to know […]

DNA paired with light could help guide drugs to their targets

You have a drug. You know what you want it to do and where in the body you need it to go. But when you inject it into a patient, how can you make sure your drug does what you want, where you want, when you want it to? Daniel Kohane, MD, PhD, who runs […]

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The mission of the Technology and Innovation Development Office (TIDO) is to translate the excellence of the laboratory research and clinical care at Children’s Hospital Boston into lifesaving biomedical products, devices and procedures for the public benefit.

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Dr. Martha Murray interviewed for her work on ACL repairs

In an interview with The Boston Globe, Dr. Martha Murray (Orthopaedics), discusses the progress she has made on developing a sponge scaffold for the repair of ACLs that is about to begin human trials.

Boston Children's long-lasting anesthesia is highlighted in the Boston Globe

In a feature in the Boston Globe on ten upcoming medical breakthroughs coming from the Longwood Medical Area, Drs. Chuck Berde and Daniel Kohane of Boston Children's are highlighted for their work on neosaxitoxin.

Kahlil Mitchell, TIDO licensing manager, interviewed at 2014 Pediatric Innovation Summit

Kahlil Mitchell shares his thoughts on what innovation means to him, and the value of the Global Pediatric Innovation Summit.

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