MassDevice asks the CEOs of Zoll Medical, Semprus Biosciences, IlluminOss Medical and Good Start Genetics what keeps them up at night at the 2011 MassDevice.com Big 100 Roundtable East.
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Emerging markets are a tempting prospect for med-tech companies hoping to compensate for slowing growth in the U.S. and Europe, but it’s no game for small players, according to a panel of large-cap CEOs.
Semprus BioSciences Corp. won a $1 million grant to develop orthopedic devices resistant to biofilm formation for the U.S. Army’s Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center.
Biofilms are the foundation for the most bacterial complications associated with implanted medical devices, according to a Semprus press release.
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Med-tech leaders came together for a meeting of the minds at MassDevice’s first Big 100 Regional Roundtable in Waltham, Mass., July 11. Four CEOs, each representing an interesting and important sector of the life science industry – the fascinating juncture between orthopedics and minimally invasive techniques, genomics and personalized medicine, the cutting edge of bio-interactive nanotech coatings and the mid-cap medical device world – shared their thoughts on the particular challenges facing their businesses and the life sciences industry as a whole.
FDA CDRH chief Dr. Jeffrey Shuren addresses the
audience in a live Q&A
Hundreds of representatives from New England’s medical device industry gathered last night at the MassDevice Big 100 Regional Roundtable at the Westin Hotel in Waltham, Mass., to share their experiences and ideas for the industry’s future.