Andrew DiMeo is a professor of Biomedical Engineering at UNC and NC State in Raleigh.  He has provided medical innovation and design coaching to companies and researchers around the world.  His consulting services include:

Long Course: Unmet Medical Need Assessment
Coaching academic researchers and clinical inventors on evaluating if a compelling unmet medical need exists for their technology/concept.  This is done in a virtual environment (video chat room) and available worldwide.

Short Course: Presentation Preparation
If a compelling unmet need is already established; or if validated through the Long Course, learn how to build a presentation to attract support from business advisors, entrepreneurs, and potential investors.

Presentation/Workshop: Process of Innovation
Delivered on site at universities, corporations, hospitals, society meetings, and organizations and designed for students, academics, industry professionals, and clinical providers.


Andrew has provided innovation training at companies including Teleflex Medical, Cook Medical, and Suntech Medical.

He has spoken at national and international meetings including the American College of Emergency Physicians, Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, North Carolina Nurses Association, and BioJapan (in Yokohama City).

He has lectured at national and international academic institutions including Drexel, University of Missouri, University of Southern California, University of Washington in Seattle, Virginia Commonwealth University, Vanderbilt, NC A&T, Nagoya University in Japan, National University of Ireland in Galway, and Strasbourg University in France.

He’s worked with the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, the NIH C3i ProgramDuke NeuroInnovationsBME IDEA, and MEDIC.

If you are interested any of the coaching services including unmet medical need assessment, presentation preparation, and/or process of innovation training, please email Andrew to learn more.