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Advances in Pediatric Care – Front Line Physician-Researchers Making a Difference for Children
March 3 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm EST
Key Insights By Front Line Physicians Lead To Many Life-Saving Innovations. This Forum is about making a difference in Children’s Healthcare. Major progress in health care for ‘unmet needs’ often comes from practicing physicians who are also leaders in medical research. Our panelists will describe recent innovations in medical devices & technology that are resulting in significant critical care advances in pediatric medicine.
Mar 3, 2021
4:30 – 6:30 PM (EDT)
Key Insights By Front Line Physicians Lead To Life-Saving Innovations
Making A Difference in Children’s Healthcare
Major progress in health care for ‘unmet needs’ often comes from practicing physicians who are also leaders in medical research.
Our panelists will describe recent innovations in medical devices & technology that are resulting in significant critical care advances in pediatric medicine.
Explore the opportunities for collaboration between MedTech & Pediatric Care:
- Surgical Innovations
- Emergent Neurologic Conditions
- Intestinal Nerve Function
- Congenital Heart Valve Defects
- Musculoskeletal Conditions
- Healthcare Disparities
Wed, March 3
4:30 – 5:00 General Networking
5:00 – 6:00 Panelist Presentations
6:00 – 6:30 ‘Meet the Speakers’ & More Networking
$0 – Members (all categories)
$0 – Sponsors / Student
$0 – Covid Hardship
$20 – Non-Member
Pedro J. del Nido, MD
Chief, Dept. Cardiovascular Surgery, Boston Children’s Hospital; The William E. Ladd Professor of Child Surgery, Harvard Medical School
Served as Principal Investigator for the Boston Pediatric Device Consortium for 9 years.
Tolu A. Oyetunji, MD
Pediatric Surgeon and Director of Health Outcomes Research and Surgical Scholars Program, Children’s Mercy Kansas City Hospital, Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Rethinking the way innovations integrate seamlessly into surgical care delivery.
John Rosen, MD
Pediatric Neuro-gastroenterologist, Director of Telemedicine and Outreach, Professor of Pediatrics, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Clinical Asst. Professor of Pediatrics, University of Kansas School of Medicine
Developing a non-invasive colon monitoring device for use in children and adults.
Iris Stammberger, PhD, MSEE
Agile & Organizational Consultant Officer (Secretary), Board of Directors, MDG Boston
ACT is developing a combo product for non-resectable pancreatic cancer.
Todd Lyons, MD
Emergency Medicine Physician, Boston Children’s Hospital, Asst. Professor of Pediatrics & Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Innovative strategies to identify the rare child in the emergency department with a dangerous or life-threatening condition.
March 3, 2021 Forum
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