Experts MedTech Londonat the "10x the Medical Device Conference"On February 17th, 2020 A walk from Trafalgar Square - 116 Pall Mall, London - SW1Y 5ED, United Kingdom
Please register here:
YOU SHOULD ATTEND IF:
- You want a respite to reignite your creative juices, stimulated by the group’s best ideas.
- You want to meet my most trusted advisors in every discipline.
- You want to join a network of medical device professionals on whom you can rely.
- You want my friends to appreciate you as an expert in your field.
- You want to discuss a range of timely subjects.
- You need to gain specific knowledge covered in one of our workshops.
- You’re intrigued by the promise of a fun medical device event.
YOU SHOULD NOT ATTEND IF:
- You want to "walk the trade show floor." (We have none.)
- You want to meet people who excel in the same things you do.
- You want to focus narrowly on your area of expertise.
- You plan to "work the crowd" and hand out lots of business cards.
- You plan to "work the crowd" and hand out lots of business cards.
- You need to collect "leads" to "justify your ROI" to your boss.
- You have no intention of building enduring relationships.
Here is a glimpse of the programme but you can always check out the official page of the conference for all the details at https://medicaldeviceevents.com/London/
If you can't spend a whole day with us, please attend the evening events starting at 5 o'clock: A thought-provoking keynote presentation, immediately followed by a 'two-hour cocktail and hors d'oeuvres' reception.
7.15amdoors open for breakfast
9.10am"3 continents, 3 ways ... My greatest lessons from leading medical device businesses around the world"
9.40am“How to make a bigger impact on the European market”
Mathieu will moderate a panel discussing today’s contemporary issues facing the medical device industry in Europe, from fund raising to regulatory to reimbursement to business development.
- Mathieu CHARLEUX
- Dan PLEV
- Xavier GOLAY
- David HAMPTON
11am"So you think you've got MDR under control ? think again."
11.30amFast round : meet 5 companies that can help you right away (part I)
12.50am"Interactive competition around Configuration Management"
1.30pm"Yes innovate - but do it with guard rails !"
2pmFast round : meet 5 companies that can help you right away (part II)
2.30pmIce cream social
3pm"Get small : how to design implantables with solid-state batteries"
4pm"How to get your foot into NHS' door today ?"
4.30pmFast round : meet 5 companies that can help you right away (part III)
5pm"The impact of AI on medical technology and patient safety"
6-8pm6-8pm : reception (fun time)
Mr. Mathieu CHARLEUXMD101, Associate Partner Mathieu CHARLEUX has extensive experience (17+ years) in building significant international operations from the ground-up, including managing business development, staffing and execution, with a successful track record in building value for medical device start-ups and mid-size companies in an international environment.
Occupying strategic key management roles as EVP of International Sales and Marketing at Olea Medical (medical imaging software), Director of Marketing and Director of Sales Europe at Alphatec Spine (former Scient’x – spinal implants manufacturer), Mathieu Charleux is a strategic thinker and entrepreneur (founder of MD101 Consulting), having a key consulting role for different innovative medical device companies.
Mathieu Charleux holds an MSc. from the Copenhagen Business School (CEMS affiliate), Denmark.
Mr. Dan PLEVConsultant Neurosurgeon Dan is a Neurosurgeon with considerable experience in spinal assessment, treatment and surgery. He is a graduate of Mainz University, trained in Phoenix, AZ, USA and completed his German neurosurgical training in Munich, Germany. Until recently he was part of the multi-disciplinary team at The London Spine Clinic and still works closely with them. He was awarded an MD for his experimental immunohistological work on proliferation markers in gliomas and meningiomas. During his training he gained considerable experience in treating spinal disorders ranging from degenerative conditions to tumour work.
He treats pathologies of the entire spine (cervical, thoracic, lumbar), degenerative and traumatic conditions of the spine, tumours, and is now a leading surgeon in kyphoplastic cement augmentation for fractures, endoscopic discectomies and nucleoplasties and teaches regularly around the world. His next plan for treating spinal conditions is with stem cell therapies which will hopefully be available in the near future. He has adopted a stepladder approach starting with identifying the issue and treating it as conservatively as possible with physiotherapy and injectional treatment, minimally invasive procedures such as nucleoplasty and endoscopy, and can then discuss fusions and disc replacements.
His philosophy is to treat patients as he would his own family, managing patients in a holistic manner and utilising the least invasive measures when possible to improve the patients’ symptoms.
Mr. Xavier GOLAYProfessor of MR Physics, Medical Entrepreneur Professor Golay’s research interests lie at the intersection of many disciplines, such as NMR physics, chemistry, physiology and neuroscience. They include the development of MRI as a translational tool for neurological diseases, measuring identical image-based biomarkers from mouse to human, and from the laboratory to the clinical settings. As translation has many meanings, parts of his most important research interests include the development of MRI techniques to be used as image-based outcome measures or biomarkers in the same way in animal model of diseases or in human patients.
His hope is to reduce the cycle of drug development in neurological diseases by allowing academic or pharmaceutical institutions to use similar tests across species.
Mr. Dave HAMPTONGlobal Medtech Entrepreneur David is a biomedical research scientist and entrepreneur in medical device innovation and global business development. David is founder of CamStent Ltd, a university spinout, and of Acacia Designs BV, a collaboration with a Mayo Clinic physician that was recently acquired by Senzime AB. David was previously an elected Fellow at Medtronic’s Bakken Research Center in Maastricht and Research Director at Physio-Control Corp in Seattle.
He leads the Medical Device and Diagnostics course as Senior Associate at the University of Cambridge. His academic background includes an MPhil with distinction also from Cambridge, Management Science studies at Stanford University, Masters and PhD degrees in Biomedical Signal Processing from Northwestern University, and a Bachelor’s in Physics and Applied Mathematics from Vanderbilt University.
Are you a First Timer?
If you haven’t attended a 10x Medical Device event yet, make 2020 the year you do. Wear jeans, indulge in our famous ice cream social, relax with movie clips between medical device networking sessions, and enjoy music videos in the background during the breaks.
In short, come!
Register here : https://medicaldeviceevents.com/london-register/
The place to be
A walk from Trafalgar Square
116 Pall Mall, London
SW1Y 5ED, United Kingdom