A record-breaking turnout—with more than 550 registered—packed Byers Auditorium and spilled into an overflow room at UCSF Mission Bay on Wednesday, June 4 for a symposium on how to help patients and solve surgeons’ problems by developing medical devices.

The event was the first ever at UCSF to focus on medical devices, and served as the launch of the Rosenman Institute, a venture whose founding partners envision one day having the impact of Mountain View’s world-famous Fogarty Institute for Innovation.

The Rosenman Institute was jointly founded by QB3, the Department of Surgery, and the Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences.

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