ABLE is devoted to advancing public policies in the U.S. and around the world that support innovative medical research, yield progress for patients today and provide hope for the treatments and cures of tomorrow.
Fri18Aug2017Sun20Aug2017St. Simon’s Island, GA
The Georgia Society of the American College of Surgeons (GSACS) promotes the elevation of the standards of surgical care and practice for the benefit of all patients and practicing surgeons in the state of Georgia.
Tue29Aug2017Wake Forest University and Virginia Tech
Improving Lives 1 Million People at a Time, a Career in Industry.
GCMI's Director of Product Development, Mike Fisher, will be featured.
The goals of this presentation are to discuss the engineer’s role in industry and how the
skills and talents developed in a doctoral or research program translate into an industrial
career. The presentation will focus on the product development process, the development
team, and stakeholders involved in the commercialization of medical devices. Concepts of
value and engineering economics will be discussed along with regulatory science, quality
engineering, and clinical research organizations. Finally, industrial recruitment of
technical talent and career pathways will be reviewed. After this presentation, attendees
should recognize potential roles for academic researchers within industry and how
industry views the roles and responsibilities of those with research and academic
The Medtech Women @ SEMDA conference is a half-day, information-packed program followed by a networking reception. There will be plenty of time to connect while you gain insights from some of the region’s most highly regarded medtech leaders – both male and female.
Mon25Sep2017Wed27Sep2017San Jose, CA
The MedTech Conference is your opportunity to connect with thousands of medical technology professionals this September. Join us in San Jose for business development, innovative technology, and networking with policymakers, business executives and industry leaders.
This conference is a collaboration of the members of the Southeast Pediatric Cardiovascular Society. The emphasis of the course is to discuss new techniques specific to the management of pediatric cardiology patients.
The mission of Health Connect South is to serve the health community as a sustainable platform for regional health collaborations. Through our collective work, we seek to broadly define and advance the Southeast’s role in the future of health. Serving as a gateway between health industry silos, we seek to provide unique and meaningful partnership opportunities in health. The theme this year reflects on Disrupting Healthcare with a focus on the patient (consumers), healthcare delivery, and policy. We want to highlight the innovations and advances of healthcare aiming to deliver the best health outcomes.
Through panel sessions, keynote addresses, and time for collaboration, Health Connect South looks forward to advancing our mission to serve the health community as a regional platform for health collaboration.
The program also includes networking for students and health leaders, a session on highlighting collaborations in health, and: the UnSung Hero Award and the Best Collaboration Award.
Top experts from Houston and across the country will discuss the latest in pediatric medical device innovation and what it truly takes to bring a pediatric medical device to market. Dr. Vasum Peiris, Chief Medical Officer - Pediatrics and Special Populations, FDA CDRH, will deliver an "Update and Strategic Direction of the FDA's CDRH and the Current State of Pediatric Medical Device Development", which will be followed by a pediatric device-centered panel discussion on device development and the challenges including the regulatory ones.
Henri Justino, MD | Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of Polyvascular
Chester Koh, MD | Associate Professor of Urology, Pediatrics, and OB/GYN
Graham Randall | Chief Executive Officer, Noninvasix
Tiffany Wilson | Chief Executive Officer, Global Center for Medical Innovation
Lenny Weisman, MD | Chief Executive Officer, Vax-Immune
Vasum Peiris, MD | Chief Medical Officer- Pediatrics and Special Populations, FDA CDRH
Gain valuable insight as world-leading gastroenterologists focus on a global view of GI and hepatology diseases and treatments at the World Congress of Gastroenterology at ACG2017.
Stop by Booth #526 and say hello!
For more than 15 years, Georgia Bio has presented Georgia's premier bioscience and medtech conference welcoming 600+ CEOs, senior executives, scientists and public policy officials from Georgia and across the nation. Join us as we showcase Georgia’s leadership in innovation, from basic research to manufacturing, to improve the health and well-being of people, animals and the environment.
This is truly a one-of-a-kind meeting, where spine care professionals from around the globe will share the latest information, innovative techniques and procedures, best practices, and new technologies. The Annual Meeting provides a unique opportunity for you to learn and gain skills through dynamic and challenging educational programs, the ability to network and build relationships with your colleagues and leading experts in spine care.
Join us at TCT 2017 in Denver, Colorado, for the world’s largest and most important educational meeting specializing in interventional cardiovascular medicine.
Stop by Booth #5229 and say hello!
The special topic conference will focus on healthcare innovations and point-of-care technologies for precision health and their clinical translation to address challenges in quality global healthcare. The proposed conference will provide an international forum with clinicians, healthcare providers, industry experts, innovators ,policy professionals, researchers and students to define clinical needs and technology solutions towards commercialization and translation to clinical applications across different environments and infrastructures.
Device manufacturers, biodesign innovators, regulatory specialists, and academics register now for the 5th Annual UGA Medical Device Regulations Conference!
This conference, cosponsored by the US Food and Drug Administration and the University of Georgia’s International Biomedical Regulatory Sciences, will provide educational and networking opportunities to help shape the future of medical device advancement from a regulatory science perspective.
Using a tutorial approach, experienced leaders from the FDA, industry, and consulting firms will present and engage the audience on issues related to strategic implications of FDA device regulations.