UBM Canon’s MedTech Innovate Seminars to be held from Feb. 12-14, 2013

Today UBM Canon announces the expansion of its educational events aimed at the medical technology sector, with new 'Innovation' seminars being held this February, 2013. The seminars, named MedTech Innovate Seminars, will run concurrently with the MD&M West Conference and Exhibition, one of the largest medical design and manufacturing events in the world.  

The MedTech Innovate Seminars are led by leading OEMs, industry experts, and top innovators. They deliver practical presentations and implementable solutions to engineers, R&D, design and manufacturing professionals in the medical device sector. This new addition to MD&M West allows attendees to network, meet face-to-face with industry experts, and take away practical insights into the most cutting-edge technologies and trends driving the next generation of device development.

Crystal Cunanan, Director of Tissue Engineering at Boston Scientific, describes her presentation: "I will be addressing Tissue Engineering as it is currently being performed in Industry with a view toward future technologies.  Despite the constraints that exist in the medical device industry, there is a lot one can do to engineer tissues to meet specific needs, and I will discuss some of those approaches in my presentation."

The MedTech Innovate Seminars  accommodate busy tradeshow attendees, as they can register for each session individually, with each seminar running for an hour and forty-five minutes. The topics for the seminars cover the latest trends and developments in the medical device industry today:

  • Design of Implantable Devices        
  • Bioresorbable Polymers                
  • Innovations in Orthopedic Devices        
  • Innovations in Cardiovascular Devices    
  • Wireless Medical Devices
  • Developing Medical Mobile Apps
  • Microelectronics and Sensors
  • Power Source Technologies.

The seminars take place over three days, from February 12 to the 14, 2013.

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UBM Canon

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