Med-Pace was founded by , who was selected into the National Thousand Talents Program, who was selected into the Zhejiang Thousand Talents Program. It has five branches. Mida Beth is committed to the research, development, production and marketing of novel medical devices for obesity, diabetes and gastrointestinal diseases and health care. Maid-Beth is committed to the world's leading biomedical research with the aim of bringing the latest products to the most demanding customers at the most reasonable price. We are known as the Whampoa Military Academy of China's Gastrointestinal Dynamics Research at the University of Texas Medical Branch and the Oklahoma City Laboratory.
In China, Med-Pace is headquartered in Ningbo, Zhejiang, which enjoys the reputation of “Books of the Ancient and Modern, Hong Kong and the World”. Founded in 2005, Mida is the production base of Maid-Beth, set up the Ningbo Beth Translational Medicine Research Center in Ningbo Science and Technology Park, set up a product research and development center in Changzhou, and set up a sales headquarters in Nanjing.
The development process of the company is also the process of gradually exploring and perfecting the management team and management concept of the company. Summarizing the historical stage of the company's development, we can fully feel the solidity of each step of the past and the confidence of the future development of the company.
Meda Beth Events
Founded by Ningbo Mida Company
Founded by Ningbo Mida Company
Obtained the digestive tract power detection system "Product Registration Test Report"
Passed ISO13485 and obtained clinical trial report
Chen Jianfeng was selected into the National Thousand Talents Program and obtained the Gastrointestinal Power Testing System "Medical Device Product Registration Certificate"
The “Mida” trademark was successfully registered.
Mida moved to Ningbo Bonded Southern District
The Ningbo Beth Translational Medicine Research Center was established. In the same year, three branches of Changzhou and Nanjing were newly established.
The Ningbo Beth Translational Medicine Research Center team was settled in the Ningbo 3315 program, and the opening ceremony of the center was held.
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The Beth Center for Translational Medicine has two laboratories in the United States, one at Johns Hopkins University and the other at the Oklahoma City Veterans Medical Center.
Johns Hopkins University is located in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and is a world-renowned top university. In early 2014, Professor Chen Jiande was appointed as the director of the Gastrointestinal Dynamics Laboratory of the University's Gastroenterology Department. He led the team from the University of Texas Medical School to Johns Hopkins University. Here, our main research areas include clinical medical research and basic research. In clinical research, we focus on the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases by neuromodulation. This method of surface neuromodulation is our first and verified in two experimental centers in the United States. In addition to its effectiveness, it is small and non-invasive. In clinical research. Our research interests include: gastroesophageal reflux disease, functional dyspepsia, gastroparesis, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease. In addition, we make full use of the harmonious academic atmosphere of Pulkins University, pay attention to cooperation with other departments, and work on the study of gastrointestinal complications during neuromodulation, which is caused by scleroderma complicated with gastrointestinal dysfunction and anti-tumor drugs. Nausea and vomiting and postoperative intestinal obstruction and so on. The Hopkins University Foundation Lab has inherited the style of its former laboratory for twenty years. Here, we are committed to the study of gastrointestinal motility disorders, obesity and diabetes, and established a variety of animal experimental models, and are carrying out a series of research projects.
The Oklahoma Veterans Medical Center is located in central Oklahoma City. The lab was founded in October 2001 and has trained more than 70 visiting scholars and postdocs from Israel, the United States, Belgium, Mexico, China, Taiwan, India, Japan and other countries for more than a decade. The laboratory's research funds are mainly from the National Institutes of Health and many large US companies, including: Medtronic, Boston scientific. Here, we focus on the electrophysiological research of the gastrointestinal tract. Using the advanced and complete equipment of the laboratory, we have successfully studied the treatment of obesity by gastrointestinal irritation, the study of diabetes mellitus by small intestine and the regulation of surface neuropathy. A number of innovative topics, such as the study of diabetic gastroparesis, have been recognized and funded by the National Institutes of Health, attracting cooperation from a number of large and medium-sized companies. The Oklahoma Lab is adjacent to the University of Oklahoma, where we have established good relationships with professors in the Department of Physiology of the University and broadened the field of research.
American laboratories are focusing on clinical and fundamental research, laying a solid foundation for the ultimate in turning scientific research into clinical products.