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  • Plenary 2012 DMD – Conference Welcome by Art Erdman, Chair of the Design of Medical Devices Center and Director of the MDC Plenary 2012 DMD – Conference Welcome by Art Erdman, Chair of the Design of Medical Devices Conference and Director of the Medical Devices Center
  • Plenary presentation by Matthew Tirrell, PhD, Pritzker Director, Institute for Molecular Engineering, Searle Chemistry Laboratory, University of Chicago "Protein Analogous Micelles: Versatile, Modular Nanomachines" Plenary presentation by Matthew Tirrell, PhD, Pritzker Director, Institute for Molecular Engineering, Searle Chemistry Laboratory, University of Chicago "Protein Analogous Micelles: Versatile, Modular Nanomachines"
  • Plenary presentation by Dale Wahlstrom, President and CEO, LifeScience Alley and BioBusiness Alliance of Minnesota™ "Medical Technology: A Case for Optimism" Plenary presentation by Dale Wahlstrom, President and CEO, LifeScience Alley and BioBusiness Alliance of Minnesota™ "Medical Technology: A Case for Optimism"
  • Tuesday Lunch Keynote presentation by US Senator Amy Klobuchar "The Importance of the Medical Device Industry in Minnesota" Tuesday Lunch Keynote presentation by US Senator Amy Klobuchar "The Importance of the Medical Device Industry in Minnesota"
  • Tuesday Lunch Keynote presentation by Bin He, Director, Institute for Engineering in Medicine "Challenges and Opportunities in Neuroengineering: Understanding and Interfacing with the Brain" Tuesday Lunch Keynote presentation by Bin He, Director, Institute for Engineering in Medicine "Challenges and Opportunities in Neuroengineering: Understanding and Interfacing with the Brain"
  • Tuesday Lunch Keynote presentation by Bin He, Director, Institute for Engineering in Medicine "Challenges and Opportunities in Neuroengineering: Understanding and Interfacing with the Brain" Tuesday Lunch Keynote presentation by Bin He, Director, Institute for Engineering in Medicine "Challenges and Opportunities in Neuroengineering: Understanding and Interfacing with the Brain"
  • 2012 International Student Design Showcase Student Presentor showcasing their teams work 2012 International Student Design Showcase Student Presentor showcasing their teams work
  • 2012 International Student Design Showcase Student Presentor showcasing their teams work 2012 International Student Design Showcase Student Presentor showcasing their teams work
  • 2012 International Student Design Showcase Student Presentor showcasing their teams work 2012 International Student Design Showcase Student Presentor showcasing their teams work
  • Wednesday Lunch Keynote presentation by Commissioner Mark Phillips, Minnesota's Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) Wednesday Lunch Keynote presentation by Commissioner Mark Phillips, Minnesota's Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED)
  • Wednesday Lunch Keynote presentation by Art Erdman and Norm Dann, (Recipient of the 2012 DMD Award) Wednesday Lunch Keynote presentation by Art Erdman and Norm Dann,(Recipient of the 2012 DMD Award) Art Erdman and Norm Dann,(Recipient of the 2012 DMD Award)
  • Live Surgery preformed by Dr. Elizabeth Raskin, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Minnesota & Moderated by Dr. Genevieve Melton-Meaux, Department of Surgery, University of Minnesota Live Surgery preformed by Dr. Elizabeth Raskin, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Minnesota & Moderated by Dr. Genevieve Melton-Meaux, Department of Surgery, University of Minnesota
  • Goldy visiting DMD Sponsors during a conference session break Goldy visiting DMD Sponsors during a conference session break
  • Goldy visiting DMD Sponsors during a conference session break Goldy visiting DMD Sponsors during a conference session break
  • Goldy visiting the Hands on Hearts Exhibit Goldy visiting the Hands on Hearts Exhibit
  • Goldy visiting the Simulation Technologies Suite Goldy visiting the Simulation Technologies Suite
  • Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session
  • Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session
  • Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session
  • Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session
  • Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session
  • Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session Goldy visiting the Scientific Poster Session
  • Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by Birali Runesha, Director of Research Computing, University of Chicago "Challenges and Trends for Developing Efficient Algorithms for Simulating Complex Medical Devices on Supercomputers" Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by Birali Runesha, Director of Research Computing, University of Chicago "Challenges and Trends for Developing Efficient Algorithms for Simulating Complex Medical Devices on Supercomputers"
  • Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by Randy Schiestl, PMP, Vice President of Global Operations and Technology, Engineering Services Group, Boston Scientific Corporation "What Industry Needs For Medical Device Virtual Prototyping" Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by Randy Schiestl, PMP, Vice President of Global Operations and Technology, Engineering Services Group, Boston Scientific Corporation "What Industry Needs For Medical Device Virtual Prototyping"
  • Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by Brian Fitzgerald, Food & Drug Administration (FDA) "Can Virtual Prototyping Change How Medical Devices are Approved?" Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by Brian Fitzgerald, Food & Drug Administration (FDA) "Can Virtual Prototyping Change How Medical Devices are Approved?"
  • Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by U.S. Senator Al Franken "Update on Efforts to Support Medical Device Innovation" Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by U.S. Senator Al Franken "Update on Efforts to Support Medical Device Innovation"
  • Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by Richard J. Boyd, Chief Architect, Lockheed Martin Virtual World Labs "Using Virtual Worlds to Prototype Medical Devices" Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by Richard J. Boyd, Chief Architect, Lockheed Martin Virtual World Labs "Using Virtual Worlds to Prototype Medical Devices"
  • Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by Thomas B. Talbot, MD, USC Institute for Creative Technologies, Chief Scientist, TATRC Armed Forces Simulation Institute for Medicine "DoD Virtual Human Technology Brief: How Intelligent Agents are Creating New Ways to Interact with Devices" Virtual Prototyping of Medical Devices Symposium presentation by Thomas B. Talbot, MD, USC Institute for Creative Technologies, Chief Scientist, TATRC Armed Forces Simulation Institute for Medicine "DoD Virtual Human Technology Brief: How Intelligent Agents are Creating New Ways to Interact with Devices"
  • Three-in-Five Awards announced by Saurav Paul, Director MDC Innovation Fellows Program Three-in-Five Awards announced by Saurav Paul, Director MDC Innovation Fellows Program
  • Three-in-Five Awards presentating by Paul Iaizzo to David Comber, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vanderbilt University "Precision Pneumatic Robot for MRI-Guided Neurosurgery" Three-in-Five Award presented by Paul Iaizzo to David Comber, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vanderbilt University "Precision Pneumatic Robot for MRI-Guided Neurosurgery"
  • Three-in-Five Awards presentating by Paul Iaizzo to Arvind Santhanakrishnan, Georgia Institute of Technology "Design, Development, and Validation of KIDS–CRRT – A Safe and Accurate Pediatric Continuous Renal Replacement Device" Three-in-Five Award presented by Paul Iaizzo to Arvind Santhanakrishnan, Georgia Institute of Technology "Design, Development, and Validation of KIDS–CRRT – A Safe and Accurate Pediatric Continuous Renal Replacement Device"
  • Three-in-Five Awards presentating by Paul Iaizzo to Massimiliano Simi, The BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Santa´Anna. STORM Lab, Mechanical Engineering Department, Vanderbilt University "Magnetic Mechanism for Wireless Capsule Biopsy" Three-in-Five Award presented by Paul Iaizzo to Massimiliano Simi, The BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Santa´Anna. STORM Lab, Mechanical Engineering Department, Vanderbilt University "Magnetic Mechanism for Wireless Capsule Biopsy"
     

 

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