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Posted October 05 , 2021


IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Axis Research & Technologies, a premiere bioskills training facility and cadaver lab space supporting medical research and training, announced the opening of its newest 10,000 sq. foot facility in Nashville, Tenn. Dedicated to the advancement of healthcare innovation, Axis is recognized nationally for its world-class pre-clinical training research and technology lab facilities. Headquartered in Irvine, California, the Nashville location marks Axis’ third facility in the United States.

Axis caters to medical device companies and hospitals, providing the ideal support for medical device testing, research, and skills training. Each Axis center is fully equipped with everything needed to ensure surgeons, educators, and researchers have a superior training event. From white-glove concierge pre-event planning services to tissue sourcing, precision specimen preparation, medical device and lab equipment readiness, high-tech surgery suites, and advanced audiovisual and telecom capabilities, Axis delivers.

The Nashville location offers expansive fully functional operating labs for multi-skill training, private operating suites for smaller labs, large conference rooms, and configurable multi-purpose spaces. As with all Axis locations, the Nashville facility features Axis’ unique advanced HIPAA-Compliant Global Training Platform allowing surgeons, educators, and researchers to broadcast, record and tele-train anywhere around the globe. In the near future, Axis’s new technology will include mixed medical reality and AI-powered networks to assist in live surgeries, staff training, research, and education.


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