What: Medical Sensors Design Conference , a multi-day conference with exhibits, will take place next week, providing a firsthand look at how cutting edge advancements are shaping the medical sensor market today and offer insights for what to expect in the future. Partnered with the industry’s leading players, the event will deliver a world-class conference program featuring themes, such as Biosensors, Wearables, Sensors Data & Analytics, and Security, all of which will be covered in a variety of formats from inspiring keynotes and general sessions to exciting and interactive panel discussions.
The event will feature valuable networking opportunities for attendees to meet, learn, and get inspired by the top industry innovators, as well as a Startup Panel & Pitchfire, offering insight into the world of sensor startups and a unique opportunity for startups to pitch their sensor technology. In addition, a focused exhibition and Vendor Quickfires will showcase the top companies in the sensors market featuring medical and healthcare applications. Sponsors include Coto Technology, Instron, IRD Glass, MANTA Product Development, Maxim Integrated, MedM, Micralyne, Microchip, Microsemi, NANMAC Corporation, Servoflo, and ULVAC.
Who: Engineers, Medical Device Design Companies, Medical OEMs, Scientists, R&D, Investors, Startups, Academia, and Non-Profits
Featured sessions include:
- Dr. Wasim Malik, Assistant Professor and Director for Neuromotor Signal Processing, Harvard Medical School discussing implantable sensors, data analytics and next generation devices;
- Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, Director, Women and Heart Disease, Lenox Hill Hospital, Heart and Vascular Institute addressing medical grade wearables and sharing lessons learned in her cardiac practice;
- Abeezer Tapia, Global Head of Business Development for Lexington-based MC10 showcasing how Biosensors can revolutionize clinical trials;
- Greg Tracy, CTO of Propeller Health highlighting how his organization designed FDA approved passive sensors to help patients with asthma & COPD;
- David Putrino, PhD, Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Ryan McKindles of MIT Lincoln Laboratory highlighting the impact of biometrics on the human performance industry.
Where: Boston Marriott in Newton, Massachusetts
When: May 8-9, 2017
About Sensors Group
The Sensors Group consists of the industry’s most highly regarded resources in the sensors industry and strives to create impact through leading in-person events and digital resources including Sensors Magazine, Sensors Expo & Conference, Sensors Midwest, and Medical Sensors Design Conference. Medical Sensors Design Conference is produced and managed by Questex LLC, a global, diversified business-to-business integrated media and information provider, headquartered in Newton, MA.
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