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National Hub for Healthcare Instrumentation and Development

National Hub for Healthcare Instrumentation Development (NHHID) is established by DST under Technology Development & Transfer in Anna University with an early 5year funding of 12.4 Cr. This national ability has been formed with collaboration from reputed national institutes and R&D organizations. The NHHID is a podium for integration of Scientists, Engineers, Technologists, Industrialists, Businessmen and Clinicians to promote and accelerate the development of healthcare instrumentation indigenously. It aids in the transfer of basic research ideas from research institutions to private biomedical companies and vice versa. It will mainly carry out R & D on healthcare instruments as required by indigenous industry and healthcare needs. The Calibration center one of the prominent activities of NHHID is being established. • Develop commercial prototype of healthcare devices • Undertake R&D services & product validation from healthcare industries • Calibration & Testing of medical devices and certification • Product realization with proper packaging • Training of manpower • Applying proposals for grants in collaboration with Industries and hospitals Proper clinical validation of the prototypes, calibration and testing of the devices, and packaging for commercial appeal are the critical facilities being established by NHHID. This new initiative by DST will help in free access to technical expertise, product know-how, validation and calibration services benefitting public with innovative and affordable technologies. National Hub for Healthcare Instrumentation Development (NHHID) is a national facility recognized in Anna University by DST to promote and accelerate indigenous development of healthcare instruments and reduce our overdependence on imports. Such indigenous devices are being developed by various departments of Anna University and some of the reputed partner research institutions in India. Dr. M. Ramasubba Reddy, Professor & Head Department of Applied Mechanics, Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM). Principal Investigator: Dr. S. Muttan, Professor, Centre for medical electronics, ECE, CEG, Anna University