Cambridge Institute of Innovation

Cambridge Institute of Innovation is a strategic academic research platform focused on healthcare and technology innovations. The Institute’s vision is to provide an innovative initiative that empowers innovators and entrepreneurs to develop extraordinary solutions relating to educational and society challenges and to create growth and skilled jobs. Our educational ‘Living Lab’ incubator provides innovations, leadership development, and cultivation for an entrepreneurial educational community.

Cambridge Institute focuses on numerous aspects of education, including general education, core curriculum, teaching techniques, simulation technology, and specific technical healthcare and information technology careers. The Curriculum’s affect on learning and how the intended courses of study and sequences of learning opportunities creates future classroom and career successes is a special interest. One of the key mission areas served is to support the creation of transformative educational experiences for our many students, clinical trainees and faculty. With this aim in mind, we work closely with senior faculty mentors to serve as the curricular research and innovation for students enrolled. 

Cambridge Institute further provides this platform to assist with innovation through integration and to strengthen America’s ability to innovate. The Institute collaborates with leading organizations from business, education and academic research to form practical global cross-border partnerships. Cambridge is immersed in the United States of America’s competitiveness in healthcare and technology, its sustainable economic growth and job creation by promoting and strengthening cooperation among leading business, education and research organizations. 

Cambridge’s Board of Governors is the principal governing body, entrusted with the strategic leadership of the Institute and the overall direction of the activities. It is independent and autonomous in its research and academic development. 

The Board’s designated Executive Committee supports the activities of the Governing Board by overseeing the implementation of its strategic decisions. It consists of the Governing Board Chairperson and three academic faculty members.