CoBi Core offers advanced computational modeling for simulation-based medicine; utilizing state-of-the-art approaches among a variety of disciplines: engineering, physiology, and computer science.
CoBi Core provides cost-effective and efficient tools and interfaces to support diagnostics, decision-making, treatment and intervention design. Our services include application specific development of models and simulation platforms to complement experimental approaches.
BioRobotics Core Laboratory
BioRobotics and Mechanical Testing Core is a center of excellence for biomechanical testing of biological structures and biomaterials.
Our mission is to employ world class facilities to allow investigators to conduct high quality research of the mechanical properties of existing biological structures and constructs, as well as to quantify the potential for new technologies and clinical advancements.
Electronics Core Laboratory
The Electronics Core provides electronic design and repair services and electronic animal surgical support for both research and clinical departments within The Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
The Electronics Core can design and build custom electronic devices that are unavailable from any other source, and in many cases, can produce electronics that are better suited to an investigator's needs, at a lower cost than similar, commercially available items.
Engineering Core Laboratory
The Engineering & Design group consists of mechanical and biomedical engineers who focus on research and development related to new medical devices.
Our team uses state-of-the-art computer-aided design (CAD), finite element analysis (FEA), and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling software as well as rapid prototyping when developing new medical devices.
Mechanical Core Laboratory
The Mechanical Prototype core facility (MPCF) is the story of a lab within a lab. We provide a comprehensive manufacturing facility as well as a complete Instrument refurbishing core.
The MPCF provides a wide range of design, manufacturing and repair services for the research, outside companies and the clinical departments within Cleveland Clinic. MPCF offers inventive design solutions and reverse engineering using a host of high tech tools.
Polymer Core Laboratory
The Polymer Core supports research and product development efforts where polymeric and biologic materials are required.
The laboratory uses both synthetic and natural polymeric materials such as polyurethane, polyolefin, silicone, epoxies and PVC and natural rubber. We have participated in projects to manufacture items as diverse as components for artificial heart programs, prosthetic mitral stent/valve, annuloplasty ring, electrical & vacuum assisted wound healing device, and brain cancer CED catheter, etc.
Nitinol Center Core Laboratory
Nitinol is used in the following biomedical applications: cardiovascular stents, kink resistant guidewires, minimally invasive surgical tools, and self-locking orthopedic devices.
The Prototyping Center is a fee-for-service laboratory providing early stage design and manufacturing of biomedical devices made from advanced materials such as Nitinol, Elgiloy, CoCr, MP35N, and 316LSS.