2019 BMES, FDA Frontiers in Medical Devices Conference examines personalized healthcare

The 2019 BMES/FDA Frontiers in Medical Devices Conference kicked things off with a keynote talk from Stanford University's Alison Marsden about her lab's work around computational methods for the study of cardiovascular disease progression, surgical methods, treatment planning and medical devices.  
Marsden's lab focuses on patient-specific modeling for clinical applications in pediatric and congenital heart disease, and adult cardiovascular disease.

Marsden's work fits in perfectly with the theme of this year's Frontiers in Medical Devices meeting, “The Role of Digital Evidence to Support Personalized Patient Healthcare.”

The three-day meeting features five technical tracks and dozens of panel discussions and keynote speakers. The speakers and attendees are a mix of people from academia, government and industry.

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