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DeviceConnect Series: Our Device Community Faces Off With COVID19
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5/20/2020
When: Wednesday, May 20, 2020
4:00 - 5:00 PM
Where: WEBINAR - https://zoom.us/j/93734669667
Washington
United States
Contact: Craig Mathews
(206) 456-9570


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Life Science Washington and Product Creation Studio Present:


DeviceConnect Series

DeviceConnect: Our Device Community Faces Off With COVID19

 

Webinar Link: https://zoom.us/j/93734669667


The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every industry on the planet, but nowhere has the crisis been felt more acutely than in the medical field. As healthcare workers struggle to keep up with patient needs while maintaining safety, the Puget Sound medical device community has stepped up to help quickly meet emerging needs.


Join us for this special DeviceConnect webinar where we'll hear perspectives from health care providers, device manufacturers, regulatory experts and others who are innovating to solve a new set of problems at lightning speed, and working together to make a difference.


Scott Thielman

Scott Thielman, PhD - Moderator

Chief Technology Officer, Product Creation Studio


Scott Thielman is CTO and co-founder of Product Creation Studio. With expertise leading the development of consumer, medical and industrial products, Scott has participated in all aspects of development for clients including Philips, Johnson & Johnson, and Lilly. He holds a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Washington and is a licensed professional engineer.

   
Nicolas G. Loebel

Nicolas G. Loebel, PhD

Chief Technology Officer and President, Ondine Research Laboratories Inc.


Dr. Loebel serves as President and Chief Technology Officer of Ondine Biomedical Inc., responsible for research and development of drugs and devices, photochemistry, cross-functional team building and corporate finance. He has 20 years of experience in medical product development and manufacturing in both private and public companies, has authored numerous publications and patents, and lectures regularly on antimicrobial photodynamics around the world.

   
Elizabeth Cross Nichol

Elizabeth Cross Nichol

CEO, Downstream Therapeutics

President, Organization of Regulatory and Clinical Associates Northwest


Elizabeth's passion is ensuring that clinicians have the right equipment to be able to help patients effectively and safely. To achieve this, she has been involved in the health care community as a clinician, administrator, consultant, and a medical device product developer. When a call came out for assistance getting PPE, Elizabeth was able to use her Downstream Therapeutics' connections to reach out to this generous community for supplies, printer and people power, and never ceasing energy. This facilitated the fabrication of facial shields, masks and gowns to bridge the gap until the supply chain began to ramp.

   

Graham Nichol, MD MPH FRCP(C)

Director, University of Washington - Harborview Center for Prehospital Emergency Care

Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine, University of Washington


Graham trained in Canada and at the Harvard School of Public Health. He practices emergency medicine at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, as well as serves as the inaugural Leon A Cobb Medic One Foundation Endowed Chair in Prehospital Emergency Care and Professor at the University of Washington. He has a portfolio of observational and randomized trials focused on improving emergency care. For the last 5 years, he has been named by Reuters/Clarivate as one of the most highly cited clinical scientists in the world.

   
Brad Root

Brad Root

President, GM Nameplate

President & Founder, LEVL


Brad is a seasoned manufacturing executive who has been with GMN (an international printing and manufacturing company) in a professional capacity since 1994 and currently serves as both an officer of the corporation as well as the President of the Washington Division. In 2009, Brad created "Levl" (a class 1 medical device that identifies the bodies' state of ketosis through exhaled breath) and currently serves as co-chairman of the board for that entity. Brad also serves or has served in several industry, angel investment and non-profit organizations including GPI, WINGs, Alliance of Angels, Keiretsu Forum, PanCan NW, Swedish Medical Foundation, and others. Born and raised in the Northwest, Brad graduated from Seattle Pacific University. Brad is married to his wife, Nancy, and they have three children, Tia, Knight and Titan. While not working, Brad enjoys martial arts, running, weight lifting, doing anything on the water, playing sports with his children, reading and Husky Football.



In Partnership with:
Product Creation Studio

Sponsored by:
Nikon USA Qualitel

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