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Nurturing next generation of Healthtech leaders 

 Inviting  2022-2023 Fellowship Applications 

Selected SIB SHInE fellows will be announced on 15th August 2022

What is SIB SHInE ?

School of International Biodesign-Synergising Healthcare Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SIB SHInE) is an exciting year-long full time dedicated residential fellowship program jointly led by the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT Kanpur) and King George’s Medical University Lucknow (KGMU Lucknow) and sponsored by the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt. of India. 

The SIB-SHInE Biodesign program serves as a springboard for launching, redirecting, or accelerating a career in health technology and biomedical  innovation

With SIB SHInE program, IIT Kanpur and KGMU together, envision to be a global leader in building the most dynamic ecosystem that identifies, nurtures and matures the next generation of biodesign innovators in developing disruptive and accessible technologies for the world. 

The program is based on the philosophy of 4Cs ie..,
Clinical Immersion, Conception, Creation and Corroborations.

Clinical Immersion

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Conception

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Creation

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Corroboration

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Minimum Eligibility

  1. Candidate with graduate and above degrees in Medicine (including BDS), Engineering, Biomedical Instrumentation, Product/Industrial design, Business Administration

  2. Applicants committed to devote 12 months (full time) for the Fellowship Program which will involve travel to partner Universities/Institutions also.

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BIODESIGN ECOSYSTEM

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IIT KANPUR

 IIT Kanpur offers leading research facilities and graduate schools in engineering and the basic sciences and one of the best technology business incubators. This fosters an ideal environment for innovation in healthcare and an unparalleled network of resources to solve complex clinical problems at an accelerated rate.

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KGMU LUCKNOW

With 4000 beds, 700 ICU e-hospital software and 76 departments and approximately 5000 patients seeking healthcare at any given time, King George’s Medical University provides the perfect ground for clinical immersion of multidisciplinary Biodesign fellows for identification of unmet clinical needs.