5.10k Road Race & Fun Run
Monday, April 11, 2016, Coffman Memorial Union
Race began at 6:30pm
2016 5.10k Road Race & Fun Run:
Get your heart racing in the DMD Conference 5.10k Road Race & Fun Run! The race will begin in front of Coffman Memorial Union and wind through the scenic University of Minnesota Minneapolis East and West Bank Campuses, highlighting great views of the Mississippi River and historic buildings. All race registrants will receive a free race t-shirt, post-race goodies, including food and drinks, and will be eligible for post-race prizes! The DMD 5.10k is open to ALL levels of runners and walkers. Participate in the race even if you're not attending the conference!
CHECK-IN and ON-SITE REGISTRATION
Check-in and on-site registration will be held from 5:00-6:15 pm in front of Coffman Memorial Union (300 Washington Ave S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55455). All runners should be checked-in by 6:15 pm to pick up a race number, free t-shirt, and sign a mandatory participation waiver.
On-site Registration is only $25 for Non-Students. UMN Students can run for only $10. In order to register ONSITE, please bring your personal electronic device and credit card to connect to the internet (free WiFi provided through UMN-Guest). We will not have devices onsite for use.
The best option for parking is the East River Road Garage or the Washington Avenue Ramp.
(other options include: Weisman Art Museum Garage, Oak Street Ramp, Church Street Garage)
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Through your generous gifts, you can help support the development of important medical devices as well as increase awareness about your wonderful local business! Sponsorship deadline is March 20, 2015. Sponsorship is easy!
There’s two ways to give! Take a look at the 2016 Sponsorship Form for details or contact the Innovation Fellows Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 612-625-8172.
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About the Medical Devices Center Innovation Fellows Program
The Medical Devices Center's Innovation Fellows Program is a full immersion educational and product development program for medical device creation. Each fall, the MDC Innovation Fellows Program brings together a cross-disciplinary team comprised of postgraduate engineers, seasoned medical device professionals, and physicians to develop medical devices across a broad range of clinical areas. The team, led by Ben Arcand, Joe Hale, and Gwen Fischer, will collaborate for one year to identify and solve unmet clinical needs through a disciplined decision-making technique which includes consideration of FDA regulatory pathway, insurance reimbursement, intellectual property, and business strategies. This one-year product development experience includes identification, development, prototyping and testing of medical devices.