R.I.’s medtech innovators get much-needed support

BRAINSTORMING: New England Medical Innovation Center founders and managing partners Aidan Petrie, left, and Lydia Shin Schroter, second from left, lead a brainstorming session with staff members Danielle Sturm, second from right, marketing and communications manager, and Maey Petrie, program coordinator, at the organization’s Providence office.
 / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
BRAINSTORMING: New England Medical Innovation Center founders and managing partners Aidan Petrie, left, and Lydia Shin Schroter, second from left, lead a brainstorming session with staff members Danielle Sturm, second from right, marketing and communications manager, and Maey Petrie, program coordinator, at the organization’s Providence office.
 / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
Fresh ideas are at the core of the medical-technology industry, but as Aidan Petrie saw during his tenure as chief innovation officer at Providence-based Ximedica LLC, even the most dazzling concepts are dependent on knowing how to navigate a highly regulated field. Education can mean the difference between an idea that never takes off and…

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