New York’s Bio/Med Ecosphere Comes to Syracuse!
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Source: MedTech Association
The MedTech Association, New York’s trade association for the bio/med industry, has announced that its 2018 annual conference will be held on November 13 and 14 at the OnCenter in Syracuse, New York. Over 400 executives and senior leaders from New York State’s bioscience and medical technology industry will gather for two days of education, advocacy. Join one of the largest gatherings of New York State’s bio/med colleagues for MedTech 2018.
MedTech 2018 will feature:
Targeted Speed Networking to connect attendees to the professionals they want to meet. Attendees will receive a scheduled list of connections. Meetings between connections will be about 5-6 minutes to discuss ideas, share challenges, and to expand networks.
An expanded tech showcase so that attendees can exhibit the latest products, learn about cutting edge developments, and connect with the right vendors, service providers, manufacturers, and economic development resources.
Value-packed educational programs that will bring attendees up to speed on the latest in:
- Regulation & Policy
- verification and validation
- EU MDR and IVDR
- cyber security and data integrity
- Innovation & Technology
- artificial intelligence
- Business Acceleration
- how to spend your first $100K
- moving from proof of concept to design
- incubator and accelerator resources
Insightful keynote speakers who will challenge thinking and spark creativity. Sean Swarner – an author, young adult cancer survivor, and a world record holder – will be speaking on Day 1 to kick the conference off. John Nosta – Founder, NOSTALAB – will be speaking to start Day 2 about the future of medicine and health innovation.
A unique innovation spotlight featuring presentations and products from cutting-edge innovators and award-winning entrepreneurs from across New York State.
A free after-party on Day 1 with great food, cold beer, and networking at the original Dinosaur Bar-B-Que.
MedTech is an active association of pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical technology companies, their suppliers and service providers, and research universities. We boost the growth and prosperity of our members by connecting them for collaboration, offering educational programs, sharing news and information, and advocating for the industry with government and leaders. For more information, visit http://www.medtech.org.