AMED is an abbreviation for the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development.
AMED conducts continual research and development in the medical field from initial foundations to realized practicality.
The institution works to provide an environment for research and development, supporting research in universities and research facilities in order to smoothly put technology to practical use.
Being selected as an AMED project allows us to receive research investment from the national budget.
Our heart project was selected as a
Medical Industry Collaborative Venture.
The Medical Industry Collaborative Venture (Development/Commercialization Venture), we promote development and commercialization of medical devices that respond to the challenges facing the medical field by utilizing Japan’s special manufacturing technology.
The program aims to improve the quality of medical care and revitalize the medical equipment industry.
AMED has recognized crossMedical as a company with advanced manufacturing technology,
and will receive support for the next three years.