2019 Frontiers in Medical Devices
The Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have partnered to co-sponsor the BMES/FDA Frontiers in Medical Devices Conference: The Role of Digital Evidence to Support Personalized Patient Healthcare. This conference will provide a forum for participants involved in the development and evaluation of medical devices to meet and share their expertise, establish collaborations, and discuss strategies to effectively utilize computational modeling to support patient care and improve final outcomes. The conference will take place March 19-21, 2019, at the College Park Marriott Hotel and Conference Center at the University of Maryland, Washington, DC Metropolitan Area.
Technical tracks will focus on topics related to the increased role of simulation as evidence for healthcare and will be chaired by a panel of researchers and modelers from industry, government, and academia. Top student submissions across tracks will be highlighted in a student paper competition.
Abstracts are now being solicited that highlight the latest developments in and best practices in computational modeling and simulation of medical devices. For more information about the submission process click here.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
|December 12, 2018||Early Registration Opens|
|February 12, 2019||Extended: Early Registration Closes|
|January 30, 2019||Advance Registration Opens|
|February 28, 2019||Hotel Reservation Cutoff
(Or when hotel block fills up, whichever comes first)
|March 6, 2019||Advance Registration Closes|
|March 19, 2019||Onsite Registration Opens|
Chief Data Scientist
Digital Twin GM & Chief Engineer
GE Global Research
CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Leonardo Angelone, U.S. FDA
U.S. FDA Chair
Adam Himes, Medtronic
Andrew Drach, Univ. of Texas
Tina Morrison, U.S. FDA
U.S. FDA Chair-elect
Christopher Basciano, BD
Siva Balasubramanian, BD
Cheryl Liu, Stryker
Dassault Systemes SIMULIA: www.3ds.com/products-services/simulia
ZMT Zurich Med Tech: www.zmt.swiss
Boston Scientific: www.bostonscientific.com