Video Category: Device Development Luncheon

Business Development – The Device Works – Now What? – Baiju R. Shah

Device Development Luncheon: From Funding to Freedom to Operate BioEnterprise Initiative–2:10 stages of capital–4:15 implications for companies–4:32 funding source examples–9:26 fundraising principles–11:50 Keyword(s): Bard, Covidien, engineers, funding, fundraising, grants, innovators, intellectual property, invention, investors, J&J, medical devices, patent, prototypes, tech transfer, venture capitalists

Why Designing a Trial and Endpoints are Important: Markham C. Luke, M.D., Ph.D.

Device Development Luncheon: From Funding to Freedom to Operate Office of Device Eval–43 sec risk-based classification of medical devices–2:38 SE–3:26 humanitarian device exemptions–4:29 IDE–4:55 importance of clinical studies–6:58 submission types–8: Keyword(s): 510k, CDRH, clinical trials, collaboration, device development, endpoints, engineers, FDA, HDE, IDE, medical devices, Office of Device Evaluation, OUS, Pediatric Medical Device Safety & […]

Friend or Foe to the Surgeon Innovator or to Industry: Donna See, M.D.

Device Development Luncheon: From Funding to Freedom to Operate Keyword(s): Coulter foundation, engineering schools, inventors, marketing, networking, NIH, NYSTAR grant, patents, prototypes, R&D, royalties, STTR grants, university technology transfer

Funding – The NIH Can Help with Device Development: Dennis Fowler, M.D.

Device Development Luncheon: From Funding to Freedom to Operate disclosures–32 sec acknowledgements–45 sec funding sources–4:13 state grants–6:58 NIH grants–10:13 summary–15:32 Keyword(s): device development, FOA, funding, grants, investors, NCI, NIBIB, NIH, NYSTAR, PA, patent application, philanthropic organizations, prototype, RFA, SBIR, stereoscopic imaging, STTR, venture capital, Wellcome trust

The Story of the Diaphragm – Why Surgeons Innovate: Raymond P. Onders, M.D.

Device Development Luncheon: From Funding to Freedom to Operate disclosures–45 sec chronic mechanical ventilation PPV–58 sec objectives–1:50 citation–6:41 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15055848 future implications–9:26 citation–11:24 http://www.ncb Keyword(s): ALS, atelectasis, business plan, chronic mechanical ventilation, conflict of interest, device development, diaphragmatic pacing, FDA, innovate, intramuscular electrical activation, laparoscopy, NOTES, orphan diseases, PEG, phrenic nerve, pneumonia, PPV, Synapse Biomedical, thoracoscopy, […]

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