The new Johnson & Johnson’s Center for Device Innovation opened at Texas Medical Center. The hub is equipped with 3-D printers and virtual operating rooms, with the final goal to develop breakthrough medical devices designed to make surgery less invasive, as well as innovate ways to bring cutting-edge procedures to underserved populations around the globe. The Center is directed by William E. “Billy” Cohn, a cardiac surgeon, medical device entrepreneur and Vice President, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, who holds more than 90 U.S. patents granted or pending.