Petit Institute Seminar
"Accelerating MedTech Commercialization in the Southeast"
Tiffany Karp, MBA
Global Center for Medical Innovation (GCMI)
Tiffany Karp specializes in the process of bringing innovative medical technology from benchtop to bedside.
Karp is a former management consultant, investment banker and strategist that has been involved in the business process of medical device innovation and commercialization for 12 years. She has lead corporate finance, investor relations, strategic & operational planning, business development, regulatory and reimbursement. Her expertise is at the intersection of business, science and medicine, bringing together different areas of expertise required to improve patient care and drive economic growth through innovative medical technology.
Karp speaks on topics related to medical device innovation and commercialization and serves as a Member of the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (NACIE) at the US Department of Commerce.
The Global Center for Medical Innovation (GCMI) is the Southeast’s first and only comprehensive medical device innovation center, dedicated to accelerating development, building businesses and improving health.
GCMI’s core team of designers and engineers collaborate closely with startups, clinicians, researchers, new product development teams and medtech entrepreneurs to accelerate time to market while reducing costs. The independent, non-profit organization has a robust and ever-growing network of experts, including intellectual property, regulatory, quality systems and investors, to help bring ideas from concept to market.