Dr Arun Shanbhag, presents his seminar 'Elements of successful Innovation' using case studies of projects being undertaken in Manipal and the Innovation in India.
Dr Arun Shanbhag is the Chief Innovation Officer, Manipal Academy of Higher Education and Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal. Previously he was on the faculty of Orthopedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Boston and Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Orthopedic Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital.
He has an MBA in Executive Management from Boston University, Boston, MA, a PhD and a Master of Science in Bioengineering from Clemson University, Clemson, SC and a BE in Electrical Engineering from the Manipal Institute of Technology, India. He has received many international grants including from the National Institutes of Health, as well as private endowments totaling in millions of dollars. Dr. Shanbhag is the recipient of many awards and honors, has contributed over seventy full-length publications in International journals and book chapters, and given over a hundred presentations at national and international meetings, and invited lectures.
In his various positions, he has developed and implemented strategies for Faculty Development, Online & Philanthropy and led clinically relevant basic science and translational research. Dr. Shanbhag has also served as Principal at the Innovation Support Center, an early technology accelerator and Director of the Orthopedic Biomaterials Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
He has also written a book on Hindu prayers in which he has provided modern translations and commentary on scriptural pronouncements. Dr Shanbhag is also a marathon runner, having run the Boston, Chicago, United States Marine Corps and the New York City Marathons.
|Date||Tuesday, 20 March 2018|
|Time||4:00pm - 5:00pm|
|Location||Room OBSG02 (Ground Floor of the Business School)|
Cnr Clyde and Union Street
|Contact Name||Stephen Geddes|
|Contact Phone||+64 3 479 8696|