Yale-UCL Cardiovascular Device Innovation Summit
January 17th and 18th 2013
Kings Place Events, 90 York Way, London
Yale University School of Medicine and University College London
Alexandra Lansky -- Michael Mullen
Aroon Hingorani -- John Martin -- Anthony Mathur -- Pascal Meier
Michael Simons -- Andrew Taylor -- Craig Thompson
-- Summit Highlights --
Mr. Martin Hunt, Director, Invention for Innovation Program, NIHR, United Kingdom
Healthcare Policy and Funding for Cardiovascular Device Innovation
George Freeman, MP and Government Advisor on Life Science, United Kingdom
Regulatory Reform and Funding in Device Innovation
Ashley Boam, Branch Chief Center for Devices, US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Rob Higgins, Section Head, Medicines and Healthcare Product Regulatory Agency (MHRA)
Focus on Interventional Cardiovascular Device Innovation
Next Generation Trans Aortic Valve Replacement and Neuro-Protection
Interventional Devices in Mitral Valve Dysfunction
New Drug and Biologic Delivery Stents and Scaffolds
New Frontiers in Implantable Therapies:
Clinical Need, Regulatory Challenges, Market Opportunities
The Device Innovation Summit is intend for cardiologists, biomedical engineers, clinical and basic researchers, regulators, device innovators and investors, government and private funders with an interest in interventional and structural heart device technologies.
The Yale UCL Device Development Summit is intended to discuss issues central to interventional cardiovascular device development from early concept to clinical evaluation and market commercialization. Thought leaders from clinical, regulatory, governmental, financial, business and legal sectors will provide critical expert insight into the global landscape of device innovation.
The Yale-UCL Collaborative
The Yale School of Medicine and University College London have established a unique academic relationship called the Yale-UCL Collaborative whose working mission is to educate to enable positive contribution, interpret complex issues for wider society and solve important issues through collaborative research and its implementation.