Tuesday, March 3: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm – ML2A (Laird North, left hall from BIRC). Lunch will be provided.
Medical technology encompasses a wide range of health care products used to diagnose, monitor, or treat the diseases and other conditions known to affect humans.
The bar for demonstrating differentiated clinical and economic value for medical technologies is rising.
The new “value bar” forces med tech companies to rethink how they can effectively create a product that will meet this ever-increasing set of expectations.
In this month’s Inventor Forum, we will hear from Paul Radspinner, founder, president and CEO of FluGen, a Madison based biotech company focusing on developing an efficacious vaccine that shows promise as a “universal” influenza vaccine.
Radspinner will share what it takes to have a technology ready to enter the market space through licensing or start-up, using FluGen as the case study.
Please RSVP – 9.3430 or firstname.lastname@example.org for lunch. Walk ins also welcome! Presentation will also be available on mediasite.
Join us for our Monthly Inventor Forums at noon in ML2A (Laird Building North around the left corner from BIRC/Applied Sciences offices), including:
- April 21 – Alliance Partnership: Creating Collaboration Across the Ecosystem.
- May 19 – Inventor Recognition: Perspectives from the Frontline.
The goal of innovation in health care is to improve how the Clinic cares for patients, and to make those tools widely available. Contact or visit Applied Sciences in Laird Center for Medical Research.