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2017 At-A-Glance Program

 

Monday, April 10, 2017

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

"Becoming a Medical Technology Innovator" Innovation Workshop
No on-site registration.

6:30 pm

5.10k Road Race & Fun Run

 

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - Technical Sessions

  Meridian Ballroom 1
(The Commons Hotel)
Meridian Ballrooms 2/3
(The Commons Hotel)
Meridian Ballroom 4
(The Commons Hotel)
A.I. Johnson Great Room
(McNamara Alumni Center)
Ski-U-Mah
(McNamara Alumni Center)
Thomas H. Swain Room
(McNamara Alumni Center)
7:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast  
8:00-10:00

Conference Welcome and Plenary Session

Welcome: Art Erdman, Conference Chair
Moderator: Will Durfee, Technical Program Chair

Welcome Address:
Samuel Mukasa, Dean, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota

Keynote Presentation:
"Trends in Medical Technology Patents"
Angela Sykes, Director, Department of Commerce, US Patent and Trademark Office

10:00-10:30 UMN Lab/Center Guided Tours
Sponsor Exhibit Showcase (Meridian Foyer)
10:30-12:00 Functional Imaging of Brain Hemodynamics Medical Device Innovation Advances in Cardiovascular Medical Devices Live Clinical Case Drug Delivery Devices Human Factors of Medical Device Packaging
12:15-1:45  

Keynote Luncheon
Memorial Hall, McNamara Alumni Center
Purchase of a Lunch Ticket is Required to Attend

Moderator: Will Durfee, Conference Co-Chair
Sponsored by: Abbott

Keynote Address:

"Medical Device Regulations in the New Age"
Michelle McMurry-Heath, MD, PhD, Vice President & Global Head of Regulatory Affairs, Medical Devices, Johnson & Johnson

2:00-3:30 Advances in CM&RS of Medical Devices Cardiovascular Keynote A Look into the Medical Device Reimbursement Future Scientific Poster Session 1 (Pinnacle Ballroom, The Commons Hotel)
You are welcome to interact with authors during this time frame but the posters will remain available for viewing until 5:30pm.
3:30-4:00 UMN Lab/Center Guided Tours  
Sponsor Exhibit Showcase (Meridian Foyer)
4:00-5:30 Global Medical Device Regulation Emerging Medical Innovation Valuation Competition Modeling for Cardiovascular
Devices
Wearables 1 Government R&D Funding for Startups IDE Clinical Trials
5:30-7:30   Student Design Showcase (University Hall, McNamara Alumni Center)

 

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - Technical Sessions

 

Meridian Ballroom 1
(The Commons Hotel)
Meridian Ballroom 2/3
(The Commons Hotel)
Meridian Ballroom 4
(The Commons Hotel)
A.I. Johnson Great Room
(McNamara Alumni Center)
Ski-U-Mah
(McNamara Alumni Center)
Thomas H. Swain Room
(McNamara Alumni Center)
7:00-8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast  

8:00-10:00

  3-in-5 Competition  
10:00-10:30 UMN Lab/Center Guided Tours
Sponsor Exhibit Showcase (Meridian Foyer)

10:30-12:00

Prosthetics & Orthotics 3D Printing Multi-domain Modeling of Medical Devices Surgical Procedure Tutorial: DBS Implantation Advances in Cardiac Arrhythmia Therapies Usability of Medical Devices

12:15-1:45

 

DMD Award Keynote Luncheon
Memorial Hall, McNamara Alumni Center

Moderator: Paul Iaizzo, Conference Co-Chair
Sponsored by: Medtronic, Inc.

Emerging Medical Innovation Valuation Competition Awards 
Presented by Randy Nelson, Evergreen Medical Technologies, Inc.

"Introduction and Overview of Medical Alley Association"
Kathleen Motzenbecker, Senior Vice President, Medical Alley Association

Keynote Address and 2017 DMD Conference Award Recipient:

"Moore’s Law Comes to Medical Technology"
Stephen Oesterle, M.D.

Purchase of a Lunch Ticket is Required to Attend

2:00-3:30

Wheelchair Technologies Neuroengineering 1 Surgical Robots & Computational Surgery Scientific Poster Session 2 (Pinnacle Ballroom, The Commons Hotel)
You are welcome to interact with authors during this time frame but the posters will remain available for viewing until 5:30pm.
3:30-4:00 UMN Lab/Center Guided Tours  
Sponsor Exhibit Showcase (Meridian Foyer)

4:00-5:30

Orthopaedic Device Innovation in a Changing Health Care Environment Neuroengineering 2 Ophthalmology Wearables 2 Trans-catheter Mitral Valve Repair & Replacement Flexible Bioelectronics
5:30-7:30   Medical Devices Industry Career Fair (Heritage Gallery)
 

Thursday, April 13, 2017

  Meridian Ballroom 1
(The Commons Hotel)
Meridian Ballrooms 2-4
(The Commons Hotel)
7:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00-10:00

Technical Sessions:

Advances in Medical Devices 1

Emerging Technology Forum
"Personalized Medical Devices and Care"

“Mind, Value, Purpose”
Ben Utecht, Super Bowl XLI Champion, Motivational Speaker and Author

Patients and consumers are at the heart of every medical device. The science of patient input has a role in every step of the medical device total product life cycle. In this session, hear from motivational speaker and author Ben Utecht about his experience with concussions as a professional football player and his path to becoming an advocate for brain health.

Panel Discussion
Michael Park, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Minnesota, MnDRIVE Neuromodulation Scholar
Margaret Sheehan, JD, Ashurst, LLP
Rob Wudlick, Chairman and Co-founder, Get Up Stand Up to Cure Paralysis

The following panel discussion brings together patients and care providers as both scientists and consumers to share perspectives on how they are shaping the future of personalized medicine and care.

10:00-10:15

Sponsor Exhibit Showcase (Meridian Foyer)
10:15-11:45

Technical Session:

Advances in Medical Devices 2

Emerging Technology Forum
"Personalized Medical Devices and Care"

In this session, a broad spectrum of innovative technologies and methodologies ranging from therapeutic and diagnostic devices to data analytics software to patient outcome registries will be presented by experts from both industry and healthcare providers. The speakers will share their experience in supporting personalized decision making on providing optimal care to each individual patient in a continuum of care settings.

"Optimizing Medication Response through Genomics: Clinical Utility and Economic Benefit of Pharmacogenomic Clinical Decision Support"
Josiah Allen, Director of Medical Affairs, OneOme

"Connected Patient II – Big Data Challenge"
Randy Schiestl, Vice President, Global Technology, Boston Scientific Corporation

"Tailored Individual Outcome Predictions to Guide Knee and Hip Arthritis Care"
Patricia Franklin, Professor and Director Clinical and Outcomes Research Department of Orthopedics and Physical Rehabilitation, University of Massachusetts Medical School

"Opportunities for Personalized Health Care Using Advanced Cognitive Computing"
John Daley, VP of Quality and Regulatory Affairs, IBM Watson Health

12:00-1:30

Keynote Luncheon and Awards
Memorial Hall, McNamara Alumni Center

Moderator: Arthur Erdman, Conference Chair
Sponsored by: Boston Scientific Corporation

Three-in-Five Competition Awards
Presentation by Randy Schiestl, Boston Scientific Corporation and Brian Krohn, University of Minnesota

Keynote Address:

"NEST - National Evaluation System for Health Technology"
Jeffrey Shuren, MD, JD, US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Director, Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH)

Purchase of a Lunch Ticket is Required to Attend

2:00-3:00

UMN Lab/Center Guided Tours
Sign-up for tours at the conference registration desk on the 2nd Floor of The Commons Hotel. Departure will be from the Memorial Hall, McNamara Alumni Center. You will be escorted to the facility. Click here to learn more about tours.

Characterization Facility (CharFac)
Experimental Surgical Services (ESS)
Interactive Visualization Lab (IV Lab)
Earl E. Bakken Medical Devices Center (MDC)
Minnesota Nano Center (MNC)
The Visible Heart Laboratory (VH Lab)