Our mandate is to help you, the inventor, overcome hurdles in the commercialization process. We offer a variety of assistance programs to assess your product, technology, or service and define objective measures and milestones.

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Success Stories

TREAT assists rehabilitation innovators from a wide range of professional backgrounds and prior product development experience.  Learn more about how TREAT can help you by reading about our recent Success Stories.

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No matter where you are in the product development process, from initial concept design to manufacturing transfer to developing a pragmatic clinical trial, TREAT can assist you along the way.

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The TREAT program has been instrumental in the ongoing development of our novel rehabilitation device for ankle-sprain patients. Without the TREAT program, we would not have been able to focus our product development efforts and we would not be where we are today.- Mark Roser, Open Innovators
The program at TREAT guided us through the steps we needed to take to get from idea to product, how to research our market, and what technologies we should consider. Working with the engineers was an incredible experience, and the continuing support has just been amazing.- Jane Hankins, M.S., Doodle Bug
It is a unique opportunity to develop one’s ideas in a rich intellectual and technological environment, with complete confidentiality and support.- Bill Craelius, Dynawheel
The Simbex TREAT Program allowed me the resources necessary to bring my prototype to the next level.- Patricia, Andres, DPT, MS, ATLIS
I would highly recommend TREAT to other technology innovators. TREAT is a wonderful program dedicated to help individuals or teams create a product ready for the market. They give their full commitment when working with your team and truly want you to succeed.- Roxanne Chandler, Doodle Bug Team Member
Meeting the team at TREAT was a lifesaver. The medical device industry requires rigorous standards and safety testing from reputable independent laboratories to consider a product. The testing data and reports from the Thayer School of Engineering exceeded those requirements and opened many doors. I am now in formal talks with one of the largest players in the healthcare field.- Marshall Basham, Auckland Mobility Devices