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Bioelectronics: How Devices Are Replacing Medicine

Tony Arnold (CEO & Founder, Precys)

Gulam Emadi (Principal Systems Engineer, SetPoint Medical)

John Rondoni (Vice President, Product Development, Operations, Quality, Inspire Medical Systems, Inc.)

Lan Yue, PhD (Assistant Professor of Research, USC)

Location: 210A

Date: Tuesday, February 5

Time: 3:15pm - 4:00pm

Track: MD&M West: New Technology & Next-Gen Design

Vault Recording: TBD

Bioelectronic medicine is enabling devices to replace drugs to treat everything from migraine pain to parkinson’s to Epilepsy and inflammatory diseases. Bioelectronic medicine explores how targeted electrical signals can harness the body’s natural mechanisms to treat a range of diseases, potentially helping the body heal itself. What does the future hold for this exciting technology and for medical device manufacturers? Topics covered include:

  • New applications for devices where the technology can have the biggest impact
  • What is the difference in bioelectronic medicine and neuromodulation?
  • Technology that has the potential to improve the performance of bioelectronic and neuromodulatiopn devices
  • The future of implants using bioelectronics