MeDe Innovation Annual Conference 2015 – Advancing Orthopaedic Medical Device Manufacturing

MeDe Innovation Annual Conference 2015 –  Advancing Orthopaedic Medical Device Manufacturing

Date: January 28, 2015

Location: NCTL Learning and Conference Centre, Nottingham

MeDe Innovation Annual Conference 2015 –

Advancing Orthopaedic Medical Device Manufacturing

 

The MeDe Innovation Annual Conference 2015 ‘Advancing Orthopaedic Medical Device Manufacturing’ will bring you up to the minute developments in the changing landscape of design and manufacture for orthopaedic medical devices.

Our interdisciplinary one-day conference brings together experts from funders, research, industry, clinical, and regulation. A year on from our launch event, delegates will have the opportunity to consider:

Medical Devices – An industry with unlimited potential:

Opportunities and challenges in

  • stratified design and innovative manufacture of orthopaedic medical devices
  • in-clinic manufacture of personalised orthopaedic devices
  • use of biological and biomimetic materials in medical devices and health technologies

Getting great products to patients:

  • Regulatory perspectives from the MHRA towards personalised and combination approaches for medical devices
  • Changes to the pre-market approvals process to access opportunities in the USA from the FDA Centre for Devices and Radiological Health

Creating new industries from pioneering innovative manufacturing research in the UK:

  • Showcase of how EPSRC are creating a prosperous future for the UK through ground-breaking innovative manufacturing research
  • How breadth of research is growing new technology-led companies, improving healthcare delivery and allowing economic competitiveness in the UK
  • Presentations from research specialists in Additive Manufacturing, Composite Manufacturing and more

Growing and supporting the national community

  • Announcement of the Fresh Ideas Award winners from the Centre Co-Director
  • Growing a Medical Devices and Regenerative Clinical Network led by the Centre Clinical Director
  • Launch of the National MSK Medical Device Capability Database from the Centre National Outreach Manager
  • Ample networking opportunities, exhibitions and panel discussion sessions

Download the event programme (opens a PDF file)

09.00    Registration, coffee and networking

10.00    Welcome & Introduction: Brian Jones (JRI Orthopaedics Ltd), Chair of MeDe Innovation External Advisory Board

Medical Devices – An industry with unlimited potential (Chair: Prof Kenny Dalgarno)

Updates on key developments in MeDe Innovation:

10.10    Stratified design and innovative manufacture of orthopaedic medical devices – Prof John Fisher (University of   Leeds)

10.25    In-clinic manufacture of personalised orthopaedic devices – Prof Kenny Dalgarno (Newcastle University)

10.40    Use of biological and biomimetic materials in medical devices and health technologies – Prof Paul Hatton (University of Sheffield)

Getting great products to patients (Chair: Prof Paul Hatton)

10.55    Regulatory perspectives from the MHRA towards personalised and combination approaches for medical devices – John Wilkinson (MHRA)

11.15    Changes to the pre-market approvals process to access opportunities in the USA – Finn Donaldson (FDA)

11.40  Panel discussion: John Wilkinson (MHRA), Finn Donaldson (FDA), Tim Morley (Smith & Nephew Healthcare), Mark Chapman (Medtronic Ltd), Andrew McCaskie (University of Cambridge), David Grant (University of Nottingham)

12.10   Networking, exhibition & lunch      

12.35-13.05       Early Career Researcher Forum Meeting

Driving innovative manufacturing in the UK (Chair: David Grant)

13.30    Mark Claydon-Smith (EPSRC) Overview of the UK Centres for Innovative Manufacturing

13.45    Prof Alistair Florence (University of Strathclyde) Innovation in Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation

14.00    Prof Jane Jiang (University of Huddersfield) Innovation in Advanced Metrology

14.15    Prof Ricky Wildman (University of Nottingham) Innovation in Additive Manufacturing

14.30    Prof Andrew Long (University of Nottingham) Innovation in Composite Manufacturing

14.45    Panel discussion: Mark Claydon-Smith (EPSRC), Ricky Wildman (University of Nottingham), Andrew Long (University of Nottingham), John Fisher (University of Leeds), Alistair Florence (University of Strathclyde), Prof Jane Jiang (University of Huddersfield)

15.10 Coffee and networking

Growing and supporting our national community (Chair: John Fisher)

15.30    Introduction – Challenges in Translation Andrew McCaskie (University of Cambridge)

Panel discussion – The Dislocation between Finance and Medical Innovation: Ben Gooding (Circle Partnership) and Alan Ashby (DePuy Synthes)

16.00    EPSRC Re-Distributed Manufacturing Healthcare Research Network (RiHN) – Nick Medcalf

16.05    Announcement of the Fresh Ideas Award winners – Ceri Williams

16.15    Launch of the National MSK Medical Device Capability Database – Rowan Grant

16.25    Final remarks and Close – John Fisher

16.30    Close

Download directions for The Learning and Conference Centre (opens a PDF file)

The Learning and Conference Centre is the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) flagship building. It offers fully equipped conference and meeting facilities for up to 250 delegates.

Directions
By road: Enter the post code NG7 2TU, or Triumph Road when using satellite navigation.
By rail: Nottingham railway station is close to the city centre and has a taxi rank adjacent. The journey from the railway station takes about 15 minutes.
By coach: Nottingham’s Broadmarsh bus station has express coach services to and from London, Edinburgh and many other UK cities. The bus station is only a few minutes’ walk from the city centre and the railway station.
By air: East Midlands airport is approximately 10 miles south of Nottingham, just off junctions 23A/24 of the M1 motorway. The journey by taxi from the airport takes about 30 minutes.

Parking
Car parking is available, including designated spaces for disabled people, at a cost of £3 per day.

The event is expected to attract a large number of high profile delegates from academia, industry, clinic and regulatory bodies.

We can offer exhibition space to organisations that support the medical device manufacturing sector – email info@mede-innovation.ac.uk to enquire.

Biopharma Group

Biopharma is the UK and Ireland’s leading supplier of freeze drying and solvent evaporation equipment. Biopharma also provide laboratory and technical services to support the equipment we provide.

BSI Group

BSI is a leading business services provider for organisations worldwide, offering a range of services in medical device management systems including: CE marking, speed to market programmes, ISO 13485 accreditation, training and product testing.

Fripp Design Ltd

Fripp Design and Research is a fresh and dynamic product design, research and business consultancy. Fripp Design and Research has built up a reputation of delivering brief pushing innovative solutions for our clients; from inventors through to blue chip organisations such as Rolls Royce. Fripp Design and Research specialises in the commercial exploitation of Additive Manufacture/3D Printing technologies in a number of markets; including custom medical devices and custom consumer products.

Materialise

Materialise are a global technology company that have pioneered the concept of “engineering on anatomy”. Materialise’s software and service solutions are powering new innovations in biomedical research, helping others make discoveries that save lives. Furthermore, they are taking patient-specific healthcare to new heights by working closely with surgeons for the planning and execution of complicated surgical procedures.

Medical Technologies Innovation and Knowledge Centre

The Medical Technologies IKC is a unique Innovation and Knowledge Centre that brings businesses together with world-class experts to accelerate the commercial development of new medical technology products and services. Working in partnership with the IKC provides the opportunity to: speed up your route to market; work with world-leading experts to ensure products and services are fit for purpose; reduce the risk of late-stage failure; and access resources to support innovation for new product development

Medilink

Medilink EM is the East Midlands life science industry association, whose aim is to help companies establish, develop and grow. They provides specialist support to boost the region’s economic output from life sciences by overcoming barriers to growth. Its network of more than 4,000 contacts in over 600 organisations represents all aspects of the sector, including private and public institutions; from multinationals to high potential start-ups, as well as the NHS and universities. Medilink EM is a founding member of Medilink UK; a national network supporting over 3,000 companies across the entire UK

Med-Tech Innovation

The communications hub for the UK and Irish medical device industry.  Med-Tech Innovation is a cutting edge website catering to the medical device industry, featuring the latest news, research, development and innovation in the Medical Devices sector.

NAMSA

NAMSA is a medical research organisation providing expert regulatory, laboratory, clinical, and compliance services to medical device and healthcare product manufacturers.  At every stage of the product development process, NAMSA provide strategic guidance and tactical support to help clients commercialise medical products in the major markets of the world.

Renfrew Group

Renfrew Group is a medical product design and commercialisation consultancy skilled in converting science and concepts into successful, market focused products. Renfrew Group is recognised for their work collaboratively developing innovative medical technologies with industry clients and the NHS, including diagnostic devices, drug delivery devices, hospital equipment and surgical instruments.

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