Waltham, MA, December 09, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Medical Development Group announces its Wednesday, January 4 2012 Forum entitled “Combination Products - It Takes Two to Tango.”
Medical device experts predict an expansion that might equal up to 50% of all medical device activity in the US in the near term, defined here as the partnering of a medical device with a biotechnical or pharmaceutical product. Speakers are established or emerging leaders in this market segment of combinational products and will participate in the style of a Harvard Business School Case Study to examine the challenges, opportunities and appropriate strategies for a hypothetical company that plans to establish a competitive position through a combinational product technology.
Who Should Attend:
Professionals in med device/life sciences
Those seeking jobs in the field of medical devices
Service providers in this med device world
Those who want to better understand this regulatory environment
Keynote Speaker: Michael Drues, Ph.D., President, Vascular Sciences, Inc.
Peter Norris Executive Chairman, Tomophase Corp.
Hari V. Sundram, M.D, Medical Director, Vice President, Medical Capital Advisors LLC
Sudha Kadiyala, PhD, Senior Director for Business Development & Strategic Planning, and Senior Director for Process & Product Development, Advanced Technologies and Regenerative Medicine, LLC (ATRM), a Johnson & Johnson company
Sherin Abdel-Meguid, PhD, Founder, Shifa Biomedical Corporation
Paul Hartung, CEO, Neuroptix Corp
Link to event details: MDG Wednesday, January 4, 2012 Forum begins 5:30pm – http://www.meddevgroup.org/
Registration Fee: Members: $25 (prepaid), $35 at the door.
Nonmembers: $35 (prepaid); $45 at the door. Cutoff for preregistration is 8 PM the evening before the event.
Location: Foley Hoag Emerging Enterprise Center, Bay Colony Corporate Center, 1000 Winter Street, Suite 4000, North Entrance, Waltham, Massachusetts 02451-1436 See event link for directions: http://www.meddevgroup.org/.