Partners help improve our curriculum and gain access to financial sponsorship and internship opportunities for all Medical Device Hatchery programs across the world.
Stanford Students in Biodesign | Stanford Institutes of Medicine Research
A playground for innovative minds
Logics Academy specializes in robotics & aerospace education, with years of experience inspiring thousands of K-12 students in STEM education. The organization helped pilot the Medical Device Hatchery's first program offerings in Toronto, Canada, and serves as the exclusive curriculum provider for design challenge and skills workshops.
Biodesign Innovation for high school and Undergraduate students
Stanford Students in Biodesign (SSB) and the Stanford Institutes of Medicine Summer Research (SIMR) aim to cultivate and support an environment of healthcare innovation for students in engineering, design, and pre-health disciplines. In partnership with the Stanford School of Medicine, these organizations serve as The Medical Device Hatchery's exclusive launch partners for Bay Area initiatives.