Chemotherapy Port App

Project number: 
BD (Becton Dickinson)
Academic year: 
Research, identify, design, develop, and test an app to track home chemotherapy administration and/or chemotherapy related symptoms.

1. Work with BDPI engineers to understand the application, clinical benefits, and complications of chemotherapy administration through a port. BDPI will supply port engineering samples and background information to the students.
2. Evaluate current technology and identify robust user needs.
3. Build a solution that will collect the appropriate information and communicate data to BD.

What students could learn:
1. Medical device research and development process
2. Methods and requirements for medical device app development
3. FDA regulations and validation requirements needed for medical device development and usability testing

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