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The Translational Research Office (TRO) invites you to a series of webinars to explore the key steps towards the development of a medical device, helping to transform ideas into successful innovations.
You will be guided by successful entrepreneurs and experts through the key steps to successfully develop your medical device idea into innovations that can change clinical practices and improve patient lives. In this webinar series, we will explore how to build a market and commercial strategy for your device, how and when to think about your medical device regulatory requirements, how to design and develop a medical device effectively, how to develop a robust intellectual property and investment strategy, and how to facilitate the clinical adoption of your device.
The seminar series will begin on Wednesday 16 June 2021, 11:00am-12:30pmwith a panel discussion chaired by Dr Toni Day (Director of Quality and Regulatory Affairs, OrganOx Ltd and Oxford University Expert in Residence).Joining Toni will be Dr Nessa Carey (Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence at Oxford), Professor Tim Denison (Royal Academy Chair in Emerging Technologies)and Professor Constantin Coussios (Professor of Biomedical Engineering). The panel bring a wealth of experience in the development of medical devices, having successfully navigated the complex pathways towards commercialisation and clinical adoption.
More details about the webinar series can also be found on Oxford Talks. The 6-week programme will explore themes suchas how to navigate the IP, investment and regulatory processes, effective design and development and clinical adoption strategies.
To register, please contact the TRO. Further joining instructions will be provided upon registration and there will be an opportunity to pose questions to the panel in advance of thefirst session. We will look forward to welcoming you to this webinar series!
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