The Mechanical and Electrical Engineering School of Soochow University held a seminar and a plaque unveiling ceremony to celebrate its cooperation with magAssist on May 24, 2021, as both sides are planning ahead for the 14th Five-Year Plan period. Mingrong Shen, Vice President of Soochow University and Member of the Standing Committee of the school's Party Committee, Yongqian Wei, Division Chief of the Laboratory and Equipment Management Department, Fangtao Liu, Deputy Division Chief of the Educational Affairs Department, Jing Liu, Vice President of the Graduate School of Soochow University, Hong Zi, Deputy Division Chief of the Foreign Exchange and Cooperation Department, Ninghui Yang, Deputy Director of the Discipline Development Office, Lining Sun, Dean of the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering School of Soochow University, Yufeng Jiang, Deputy General Manager of magAssist, as well as staff and professors from the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering School attended the event.Luqing Liu, Secretary of the school's Party Committee presided over the ceremony.
At the ceremony, Mingrong Shen presented the plaque to magAssist and extended his congratulation and support for the school-enterprise cooperation. Such cooperation was carried out with readiness at the start of the 14th Five-Year Plan period and under the form of a joint laboratory on smart artificial organ.
President Shen presented the plaque to magAssist
The Mechanical and Electrical Engineering School of Soochow University has always highlighted the importance of school-enterprise collaboration and remains committed in creating related brands. With a growing reputation, the school has made full use of its technical advantages and joined hands with many other enterprises to jointly set up a batch of high-level laboratories and coordination centers, in a bid to bring more benefit to the people across China.
Cooperation with universities serves as a crucial means of technology innovation for companies that specializes in the R&D of medical devices. Through in-depth exchanges, magAssist will be able to keep up with the latest research information and achievements. Universities will also be able to reorient their research based on a better understanding of the technical difficulties and needs of magAssist. Both sides will stick to the principle of 'mutual complementarity, mutual benefit, and coordinated development' and form a broader and deeper cooperation while transforming the technical advantages of Soochow University into the market advantages of magAssist and shouldering more social responsibilities.
In the future, magAssist will continue to optimize its product layout, focusing on the clinical needs of extracorporeal life support equipment used to treat emergencies and severe cases. The company will also provide relevant platform solutions targeting different groups of people, paramedic needs and clinical scenarios to serve global patients.