MassDevice Podcast: Medical device legend Dr. Tom Fogarty

November 11, 2010 by Brian Johnson

Dr. Thomas Fogarty, the founder of the Fogarty Institute for Innovation, discusses the investment climate for medical innovation, venture capital and explains why his passion for winemaking is actually an extension of his medical career.

MassDevice Podcast: Medical device legend Dr. Tom Fogarty

The man Stanford University once dubbed "The Mickey Mantle of medical device inventors" still has his swing, or at least his sway in the industry, judging by the reaction Dr. Thomas Fogarty received in Boston recently at a round-table discussion of medical device innovation.

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