CCI looks forward to working with Cleveland Clinic staff to bring their inventions to the market as efficiently and effectively as possible. We invite all employees and partners to attend our various education events throughout the year, view our Commercialization Process, and walk through the Invention Disclosure Form by using the links to the left.
View our commercialization process to better understand how an idea is transformed to a medical product or company that will benefit patients everywhere.
Cleveland Clinic Innovations is celebrating May as National Inventors Month. Join us as we honor all active and aspiring inventors by hosting an Inventors Forum on what it takes to innovate in the new era of healthcare.
The Innovations Inventors Forum is designed to give caregivers an in-depth look at the commercialization approach through educational presentations, discussion panels, and "real life" scenarios. How Do I Invent? will provide attendees an overview of:
Pete O’Neill has over 8 years of experience in CCI. Prior to joining CCI, Pete held positions as Deputy Director of the Great Lakes Industrial Technology Commercialization Center, and product engineer at PCC Airfoils. His main area of work at CCI is commercialization of medical devices, with particular focus on orthopaedic products.
Pete received his BS in aeronautical engineering from MIT.
The Alliance network strives to realize new opportunities for innovation by gaining a 360-degree perspective on healthcare and its future.
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