February 11-13, 2014 | Anaheim Convention Center | Anaheim, CA

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MD&M West is the largest medical design and manufacturing event in the world. The conference is dedicated to providing you with expert insights and new innovations for every stage of your device development.  In this must-attend conference track organized by MEMS Industry Group, attendees will engage industry experts on various topics around the theme of developing mobile devices and/or wireless medical device technology.


Utilizing New Sensor Technologies for Implantable Devices
Moderator: Karen Lightman, Executive Director, MEMS Industry Group
Panelists: Alissa M. Fitzgerald, Ph.D., Founder and Managing Member, A.M. Fitzgerald & Associates, LLC; Leslie Field, CEO, Small Tech Consulting

  • Analyze present and prospective implantable sensor technology and capabilities
  • Identifying the promise of sensors in orthopedic and cardiovascular implant systems
  • Demonstrating the developing the benefits of real time monitoring
  • Uncover various applications with an in-depth look at implantable sensors from the viewpoints of:
    • Nano materials and medicine
    • Materials science
    • Biotechnology
    • Sensor design

Virtual Humans and Avatars - Healthcare Personal Agents in the Palm of Your Hand
Babak Esmaeli-Azad, Ph.D., Founder, CiBots Inc.

  • Miniaturized Medical Devices, Wearable Sensors, Consumer Experience, and Patient Engagement
  • On Chip vs. Off Chip Design & Architecture
  • Virtual Humans and Avatars
  • Qualcomm Medical Tricorder X Prize Competition
  • Mobile Wireless Medical Tricorder: “SMART McCoy”

I Take Your Pulse- Is This Where We Want To Go?
Ben Bacon, Chief Executive Officer, yu-scan Ltd

  • Describing wireless medical device technology, security and useability
  • Mobile devices, which disease deserves to be assessed first?
  • Identifying themed devices for sub medical markets
  • Wireless security and the single set data transfer- why -encrypt?