The videos below are part of MDG's recent initiative to make its programming more broadly available to members and others who may not be able to attend a given forum. Per permission of our panelists, we hope to post as many presentations as possible for programs in the coming year.

These are examples - future video postings will be a benefit for Members Only.

Please be advised that because MDG creates programs on high interest topics with the most up-to-date information from academic and industry leaders, those with proprietary or unpublished results may not allow videoing at all or delay posting to a later date.

We understand these limits and greatly appreciate the knowledge and insights our panelists are able share with our audiences live and in person at Regis College. 

Who We Are - The Medical Development Group Boston (MDG Boston) is a community of individuals professionally committed to the Medical Device and other Medical Technology Industry segments united by the belief that innovation and advances in technology lead to substantial improvements in health care.

We hold monthly Forums and occasional Special Events that cover forward-looking medical technologies while providing practical guidance and access to key resources that support technology commercialization.

For more information about MDG or Membership, please visit our Home Page or the Why MDG page.

For our 2017-2018 Forum Schedule, please visit 2017-2018 Programs or the Calendar which has links to detailed descriptions of our upcoming events.

Below are examples of video recordings of panelist presentations from the June 12, 2017 Forum:

"What Engineers and Entrepreneurs Need to Know to Work with Doctors"

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"Introduction & Overview"

"The Surgeon’s Role in the Evolution of New Techniques"


Peter Madras, MD, President of MDG Boston
Scott Stropkay, Partner & Cofounder, Essential Design


Peter L. Rosenblatt, M.D.Director of Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery, Mount Auburn Hospital, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School

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