The Master's in Translational Medicine is a program for CCNY students to gain expertise in applying translational science and engineering approaches to produce practical clinical solutions that will impact human health.
The program is run by 2 members, Dr. Jeffrey Garanich (director) and Mr. Muaad Alody (assistant director).
The program houses a large learning/co-working space, a conference room, and a makerlab. A phD student, Evan Azoulay, works in the makerlab and aids students in the program. The space is located in C51, and houses a variety of rapid prototyping equipment. They have 3D printers:, a desktop laser cutter, soldering equipment, a PCB milling machine, a desktop CNC milling machine (Roland), general hand and power tools. Only students in the MTM program are allowed to use the equipment.
Last Updated: 09/22/2023 14:01