Developing medication, devices, and products for children is not a matter of “shrinking” down the adult version. Delivering solutions to our littlest patients requires a long-term approach that deliberately centers children in all stages of innovation – from ideation to incubation, from clinical trials to market. Join Chief Innovation Officer of Children’s National Health System [….]
Representatives from Johnson & Johnson Innovation will provide an overview of goals and mission, highlighting how Johnson & Johnson Innovation interacts with the entrepreneurial community through JLABS, JJDC, The Innovation Centers and Janssen Business & Development.
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How Three Women Are Changing the Landscape of Medical Technologies for Emerging Markets May 14, 2019 Carolyn Yarina, CEO of Sisu Global Health, and her co-founders Gillian Henker and Katie Kirsch, are three pieces of a puzzle coming together to combine their expertise to change the world and save lives. Their goal is to revolutionize [….]
The Journey To Commercialization for a Novel Medical Device Startup: Q&A with Sonavex CEO, David Narrow
The Journey To Commercialization for a Novel Medical Device Startup: Q&A with Sonavex CEO, David Narrow May 7, 2019 In the past year Sonavex has landed not one, but two FDA 510(k) clearances for their ultrasound-based medical devices. This first of its kind solution is comprised of two components, EchoMark and EchoSure, that use a [….]
Journey from Intern to CEO – inConversation with Brad Hennessie of NextStep Robotics The secret to becoming a successful CEO “Build your own comfort level with being uncomfortable”. Brad Hennessie, CEO of NextStep Robotics, knows a little bit about being uncomfortable. Joining the military early in his career he worked as a paratrooper. In his [….]
The BioBuzz on… Harpoon Medical’s CEO Bill Niland via original post on 4.4.2014 Given Harpoon Medical’s success and recent acquisition by Edwards Life Sciences we wanted to bring back this post from our archives for a Throwback Thursday reflection on how much can happen in just a few years. Congrats to Bill and all of [….]