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Design of Medical Devices Conference ference l & McNamara Alumni Ce enter Minneapolis, MN Welcome to the 13th Annual Design of Medical Devices Conference The Design of Medical Devices Conference was created
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Design of Medical Devices Conference ference l & McNamara Alumni Ce enter Minneapolis, MN Welcome to the 13th Annual Design of Medical Devices Conference The Design of Medical Devices Conference was created in 2001 to enhance collaboration between academia and industry, promote policy, research and educational initiatives as they relate to medical device design and to support medical devices education at the. This forum, uniquely positioned in the middle of one of the most significant medical device communities in the world, has provided invaluable insight and leadership to promote the future of this evolving industry. Conference attendance has more than tripled since its inception and we look forward to continued growth. The success of this conference is due in large part to the continued support from our industry sponsors and partners. On behalf of the DMD Planning Committee, we thank you. We hope you enjoy this year s conference! Sincerely, Arthur Erdman, PhD Conference Chair William Durfee, PhD Conference Co-Chair Paul Iaizzo, PhD Conference Co-Chair Matthew Johnson, PhD Contributed Papers Chair Just Herder, PhD Contributed Papers Co-Chair Saurav Paul, PhD Conference Co-Chair Maura Donovan, PhD Conference Co-Chair John Bischof, PhD Conference Co-Chair The Design of Medical Devices Conference is presented by the Medical Devices Center (part of the Institute for Engineering in Medicine), the College of Science and Engineering and the Department of Mechanical Engineering. In Cooperation with the Office of University Economic Development,. Connecting to the Wireless Network Commons Convention case-sensitive password: DMD2014 For technical assistance call UofM Guest #dmdconf Design of Medical Devices Conference 2014 Corporate Sponsors Premier Executive Associate Supporting CHARACTERIZATION FACILITY BECOMING A MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY INNOVATOR MEDICAL DEVICE INNOVATION WORKSHOP We want to thank all attendees who participated in the 2014 Medical Device Innovation Pre-conference Workshop! Special thanks to the 2014 presenters Susan Alpert, William Durfee, Mike Finch, Michael Hoey, NxThera Inc. Paul Iaizzo, Barry Kudrowitz, Tim Laske, Medtronic AF Solutions John Mack, Medtronic Structural Heart Chaim Lotan, Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center Save the Date for 2015 Medical Devices Innovation Workshop Monday, April 13, THANK YOU to all the participants of the K Fun Run/Walk Monday, April 7, 6:30 p.m. Start/Finish Line: Coffman Memorial Union The Medical Devices Center Innovation Fellows and 2014 Design of Medical Devices Conference would like to thank the participants and sponsors of this years 5K Fun Run/Walk held Monday, April 7. Please join us next year for the Seventh Annual 5K Fun Run/Walk Monday, April 13, 2015 on the Campus. Special thanks to the 5K sponsors Design Soultions, Inc. Minnetronix Schwegman, Lundberg, Woessner Donatelle Dermatology Consultants Brooks Sports, Inc. Road ID Summit Brewing Co. Medical Device Innovation Workshop Becoming a Medical Technology Innovator Monday, April 7, 2014 Mississippi Room Coffman Memorial Union 7:00 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:45 a.m. Welcome and Introduction Paul A. Iaizzo and William Durfee, 8:15 a.m. How New Medical Products are Developed William Durfee, Mechanical Engineering, 9:00 a.m. Performing Market Assessments Mike Finch, Acting Director, MILI Carlson School of Management, 9:30 a.m. Evaluating Your Medical Device Idea Using Bench Tests, Animal Tests and Clinical Trials Paul A. Iaizzo, Surgery, IEM, 10:15 a.m. Global Markets for Medical Devices Tim Laske, VP, Research and Business Development, Medtronic AF Solutions 10:45 a.m. Coffee Break (receive team assignment) Essentials of Creativity 11:05 a.m. Barry Kudrowitz, School of Design, William Durfee, Mechanical Engineering, Innovation Exercise 1: Generate an Idea 12:30 p.m. Lunch 1:10 p.m. Medical Device Regulations Susan Alpert, MILI Executive in Residence, 1:50 p.m. Protecting Your Intellectual Property Through Patents William Durfee, Mechanical Engineering, 2:30 p.m. How to Build a Medical Device Company Michael Hoey, Founder/CTO, NxThera, Inc. The Corporate View of Technology Assessments and Acquisitions 3:00 p.m. John Mack, VP, Business Development, Strategy & Healthcare Economics, Medtronic Structural Heart 3:30 p.m. Coffee Break 3:45 p.m. Innovation Exercise 2: Develop a New Med Tech Product 4:30 p.m. Team Presentations 5:00 p.m. The Perspective of a Clinician-Innovator Chaim Lotan, Heart Institute, Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center 5:30 p.m. Panel Discussion: Med Tech Innovation Panelists: John Mack, Michael Hoey, Tim Laske, Chiam Lotan 6:00 p.m. Adjourn 2014 Design of Medical Devices Conference Additions to the 2014 Program Plenary Keynote Tuesday, April 8, 8:00-10:00, Meridian Ballrooms 3 & 4, Keynote Presentation: How Big Data and Cognitive Computing will Transform Healthcare Martin S. Kohn, Chief Medical Scientist at Jointly Health, former Chief Medical Scientist, Care Delivery Systems, IBM Research Ophthalmic Medical Devices Tuesday, April 8, 10:30-12:00, Meridian Ballroom 2, Speaker Change: Multimodal Imaging in Retinal Disease Adam Doherty, Manager, Customer Education & Training, Heidelberg Engineering, Inc. Surgical Simulation Wednesday, April 10, 2:00-3:30, Ski-U-Mah, Talk Title Change: Clinical Requirements that Drive Implant Design for the Treatment of Skeletal Defects: Bedside to Bench and Back Michael Yaszemski, Mayo Clinic Emerging Medical Innovation Valuation Competition Tuesday, April 8, 4:00-5:30, Meridian Ballrooms 3 & 4, Presenter Change: Robert Brooks, Hospital for Sick Children Coley Duncan, MMM Joshua Gafford, Harvard Biodesign Lab, Harvard University Erik Robinson, Sintact Medical Systems, LLC William Wustenberg, Biospheres, Inc. International Student Design Showcase Tuesday, April 8, 5:30-7:30, Heritage Gallery, Judges Panel: Kevin Anderson, Ben Arcand, Dana Boyle, Consultant Jim Fairman, QFO Labs Danny Gelfman, Medtronic, Inc. Jenna Iaizzo, Alec Johnson, St. Thomas University Scott Mark, Medtronic, Inc. Laura Paulsen, Russ Straate, Jack Stubbs, Alena Talkachova, David Wood, 17. Bubble Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (BiPAP) Device for the Developing World Patrick Hallal, Trevor Hudson, Jaewoo Park, and Jack Smith, Department of Bioengineering, Rice University LIVE SURGERY - TIME CHANGE Wednesday, April 9, 10:00-12:00, A.I. Johnson Great Room, Check the web for details about the surgery, surgeon and moderator. Cardiovascular 4: Pre-Clinical Trials for Cardiac Devices - LOCATION CHANGE Wednesday, April 9, 10:30-12:00,Meridian Ballrooms 3 & 4, Global Health - LOCATION CHANGE Wednesday, April 9, 10:30-12:00, Maroon & Gold, Technology Needs for Geriatric Care - TIME & LOCATION CHANGE Wednesday, April 9, 2:00-3:30, A.I Johnson Great Room, McNamara Alumni Cente Symposium Keynote Thursday, April 10, 10:00-11:45, Meridian Ballrooms 2-4, Keynote Presentation: Engineering the Future of Healthcare with Simulation Steve Levine, Sr. Director of Product Strategy, Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA Corp. Tuesday, April 8, :00 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:00 a.m. Meridian Ballrooms 1-4 Conference Welcome and Plenary Session Moderators: Arthur Erdman, Conference Chair William Durfee, Conference Co-Chair How Big Data and Cognitive Computing will Transform Healthcare Martin S. Kohn Care Delivery Systems, IBM Research Cardiac Electrophysiology: an Historical Perspective Boaz Avitall University of Illinois Chicago HUMAN FACTORS 1 A.I. Johnson Great Room Kathleen Harder, Panel Discussion: How to Integrate Human Factors into your Product Development Process Serge Dubeau Worrell, Inc. Savannah Sleicher Worrell, Inc. Meridian Foyer, 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. SPONSOR EXHIBIT SHOWCASE 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Concurrent Technical Sessions NEUROENGINEERING 1: NEUROIMAGING Taner Akkin, Multimodal Imaging in Retinal Disease Stephen Travers Heidelberg Engineering CARDIOVASCULAR 1: CARDIAC KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS Meridian Ballroom 1 Spatiotemporal Encoding: A Way to Drastically Reduce the Cost of MRI Michael Garwood Optical Imaging of Brain Cancer Progression David Odde Spatial Degree of Confinement Triggers Distinct Modes of GBM Cell Migration Digant Dave University of Texas at Arlington OPHTHALMIC MEDICAL DEVICES Meridian Ballroom 2 Erik van Kuijk, Automating the Eye Exam with Binocular OCT Alexander Walsh Envision Diagnostics, Inc. Image-based Biomarkers in the Retina: Applications & Implications for Age-related Macular Degeneration Adam Boretsky University of Texas Medical Branch Meridian Ballrooms 3 & 4 Paul Iaizzo, Clinical Implementation and Research of Normothermic Organ Preservation in Thoracic Organ Transplantation Gabriel Loor MEDICAL DEVICE FELLOWS PROGRAMS Maroon & Gold Room Session Organizers: Saurav Paul, Ben Arcand, Tuning your Innovation Strategy to the Call of Time Avi Roop Miret Surgical A Global Approach to Affordable Medical Device Innovation Soumyadipta Acharya Johns Hopkins Pediatric Surgical Innovation The Children s Story Axel Krieger Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation Bridging Points of Contention in University- Industry Licensing Deals from an IP Perspective Dinesh Melwani Bookoff McAndrews Collaborative Approach to Securing Global Patents Jay Erstling Patterson Thuente IP BIOMATERIALS Ski-U-Mah Session Organizers: Peter Edelman, Boston Scientific Corporation Wei Shen, Materials Design for Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering and Intervention in Cardiovascular Tissue Remodeling William Wagner University of Pittsburgh Clinical Requirements that Drive Implant Design for the Treatment of Skeletal Defects Michael Yaszemski Mayo Clinic Cardiac Tissue-inspired Extracellular Matrix (ECM)-based Scaffolds Brenda Ogle Biocomptability & Invivo Biostability of Polysiobutylene based Polyurethanes Kasyap Seethamraju Boston Scientific Corporation 12:15 p.m. Memorial Hall Keynote Luncheon Sponsored by Medtronic, Inc. Moderator: Paul Iaizzo, Conference Co-Chair Medical Technology Innovation in Israel, the Start-up Nation Chaim Lotan Heart Institute Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, Israel Heart Society 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Concurrent Technical Sessions NEUROENGINEERING 2: NEURON MODULATION FOR EPILEPSY Tay Netoff, Meridian Ballroom 1 A Long Time Coming: The Future Treatment of Epilepsy David Darrow Where you need it, When you need it: On-demand Optogenetics for Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Esther Krook-Magnuson University of California, Irvine NEUROENGINEERING 2 Modulation of Neural Network Excitability with an Implantable Closed-loop DBS System Jon Giftakis Medtronic Neuromodulation FLUID POWER MEDICAL DEVICES Meridian Ballroom 2 Elizabeth Hsiao-Wecksler, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Precision Pneumatic, Concentric Tube Robot for Hippocampal Ablation David Comber Vanderbilt University Design of MRI-compatible Hemiparesis Rehabilitation Device Lauren Lacey Georgia Institute of Technology A Pneumatic Portable Powered Ankle-foot Orthosis for Gait Assistance Elizabeth Hsiao-Wecksler University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Fluid Powered Medical Devices via Additive Manufacturing Vito Gervasi Milwaukee School of Engineering CARDIOVASCULAR 2: ENGINEERED TISSUES FOR CARDIAC DEVICES Design of a Tissue Engineered Heart Valve with Potential for Remodeling, Growth, and Repair Brandon Tefft Mayo Clinic HUMAN FACTORS 2: USABILITY OF 3D PRINTED MEDICAL DEVICES order of presentations may vary, reference the online program for presentation details A.I Johnson Great Room Richard Stein, Starkey Hearing Technologies Selected Case Studies of 3D Printed Medical Devices James Orrock Stratasys, Inc. Bioprinted Tissue Systems for Preclinical Applications Benjamin Shepherd Organovo, Inc. continued Meridian Ballroom 3 & 4 Bob Tranquillo, Homologous off-the-shelf Tissue Engineered Heart Valves Frank Baaijens Eindhoven University of Technology Tubular Heart Valves Based on Engineered Tissue Tubes Zeeshan Syedain 3D Printing of Biologic Organs Stuart Williams University of Louisville DRUG DELIVERY DEVICES Ski-U-Mah Ronald Siegel, The Art of Falling Apart: Exploiting Nanomaterial Disassembly Adah Almutairi University of California at San Diego DRUG DELIVERY DEVICES Magnetic Nanoparticles for Pulmonary Drug Delivery Timothy Wiedmann COMPUTATIONAL SPINE BIOMECHANICS Session Organizers: Galyna Loughran, Zimmer Spine Jeff Bischoff, Zimmer Joan Bechtold, HCMC Meridian Ballroom 2 Computational Wear Analysis of Intervertebral Disc Replacements Curt Goreham Voss Medtronic, Inc. Novel Spine Device Development: Complementing Empirical Testing with Numerical Evaluation Mike Dahl Medical Device Consultant Industry Perspective of Role of Computational Modeling of Spinal Devices Galyna Loughran Zimmer Spine continued Pro-drug Approach to Intranasal Delivery of Rapid Acting Antiepileptic Benzodiazepines Mamta Kapoor PROSTHETICS & ORTHOTICS Meridian Foyer, 3:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. SPONSOR EXHIBIT SHOWCASE 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Concurrent Technical Sessions Meridian Ballroom 1 Andrew Hansen, The 5 C s of Prosthetic and Orthotic Development Edward Lemaire University of Ottawa Bionic Ankle Prosthesis, Odyssey, Fully Powers Amputee Gait for Walking and Running Jeffrey Ward SpringActive, Inc. Ankle-foot Prostheses for Improved Balance and Stability during Standing and Slope Walking Andrew Hansen EMERGING MEDICAL INNOVATION VALUATION COMPETITION Meridian Ballroom 3 & 4 Session Organizers: Mike Finch, Randy Nelson, Evergreen Medical Technologies Presenters: Coley Duncan MMM Krishanu Nandy Northwestern University Joshua Gafford Harvard University Cyrus Munshi Biospheres, Inc. Robert Brooks Hospital for Sick Children Judges: Mike Finch, Karen Kaehler, Paul Gam, Zurich Medical Randy Nelson, Tuesday, April 8, 2014 CARDIOVASCULAR 3: CARDIAC LEAD EXTRACTION A.I. Johnson Great Hall Session Organizers: Michael Eggen, Medtronic, Inc. Rick McVenes, Medtronic, Inc. Clinical State of the Art for Lead Extraction Pierce Vatterott Cardiac Lead Extraction, an Engineering Perspective Mark Marshall Medtronic, Inc. Principles of Left Ventricular Lead Extraction Stuart Adler Health East Heart Care BIG DATA - BRIDGING MEDICAL DEVICE DESIGN & HEALTHCARE DELIVERY: CHANGING BEHAVIORS Maroon & Gold Room Greg Peterson, Moderator: Claudia Neuhauser, Big Data, Medical Devices, and Healthcare Delivery Claudia Neuhauser Design by Dragging: A Next-Generation Software Tool for Data-intensive Design of Medical Devices Dane Coffey Using Large Claims Databases to Analyze the Effect of Physician and Hospital Market Structure on Medical Technology Diffusion Pinar Karaca-Mandic Moving from Prototype to Practice: Engineering the Application of Big Data into Modern Clinical Practice Kevin Peterson COLLABORATIVE DESIGN OF MEDICAL DEVICES Ski-U-Mah Mary Beth Privitera, University of Cincinnati Developing a Global Human Factors Process Nancy Bayer Smiths Medical Jennifer Tsai Smiths Medical The Human Factor Going From a Blank Slate to Validated Concepts Using Human Needs Alison Bagwell Kimberly-Clark Health Care Joe Cesa Kimberly-Clark Health Care Jump-starting Early Phase Development Through Focused Collaboration David Copeland Ximedica 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Heritage Gallery INTERNATIONAL STUDENT DESIGN SHOWCASE The purpose of this showcase is to promote and publicize excellence in medical device design by teams of undergraduate and graduate students conducted as part of their course work. Teams are competing for one of three cash prizes: $500, $300, and $200. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT DESIGN SHOWCASE Poster Presenters 1. Shape Deposition Manufacturing of a Deployable Atraumatic Grasper for Minimally-invasive Surgery Joshua Gafford, Ye Ding, Andrew Harris, Terrence McKenna, Panos Polygerinos, and Donal Holland, Harvard University; A.J. Moser, Beth Israel Deconess Medical Center; Conor Walsh, Harvard University 2. Reperfusion Balloon Catheter Jessi Dinan and John Lewis, University of Cincinnati; Andrew Ringer, University of Cincinnati 3. Design of Thermoelectric Cooling Device for Cryotherapy Karl Dedow, Linsey Nguy, Natalia Mejia, and Patrick Sullivan, The University of Texas at Austin 4. Cervical Spine Immobilization Device for Emergency Response Alperen Degirmenci, Benjamin Goldberg, Lukas Bielskis, Shanna Wiggins, Panagiotis Polygerinos, Donald Holland, Sophia Dyer, and Conor Walsh, Harvard University 5. An Embedded System Approach for Scanning Near Infrared Spectroscope Kuan-Cheng Wu and Kang Yu Chu, National Cheng Kung University; Shou-I Chen, National Applied Research Laboratories; Jia-Jin Jason Chen, National Cheng Kung University, National Applied Research Laboratories 6. ChemoSeal: A Closed System Transfer Device for the Developing World Emily Augustini, Anam Azimuddin, Katerina Kaczmarski, Nathan Jang, Jiwon Jung, Chen Wu, Eric Rchardson, and Maria Oden, Rice University; Alicia Malbin, Becton Dickinson 7. Lamprey-EX: A Bio-inspired Atherectomy Device for More Effective Plaque Removal Brittany Ferry, Chad Mohammed, and James Schumacher, University of Florida 8. Intravascular Oximeter for Peripheral Artery Eric Dinges, Ellen Gardner, Kevin Johnson, and Elizabeth Winter, Univesity of Iowa 9. Contact-Free Vital Signs Monitoring System for Premature Infants Joshua Chartier, Hasitha Dharmasiri, Kiefer Forseth, Thomas Ladd, and Andrew Jones, Rice University 10. Real-time Monitoring of Endotracheal Tubes Following Neonatal Intubation Dan Coughlin, Lynn Dinh, Ropo Oke, Sneha Somani, Uyen Truong, and Kristen Watermolen, University of Minnesota 11. Smart Myoelectric Prosthetic Arm Sherif Elbasiouny, Renee Langhals, Michael-Josef Bernards, Andrew Clark, Nourhan Abouzahra, Wright State University 12. DeXcellence: A Quantitative Evaluation Tool for Pediatric Patients with Cerebral Palsy Allison Garza, Andrew Schober, Shaurya Agarwal, Sonia Garcia, and Vivas Kumar, Rice University 13. AntiBody: A Simulator to Allow Experiments to be Undertaken on Mechanically Accurate Bone Geometry, with a Aimulated Circulatory System to Allow Cell Growth, Adhesion, and Infection Andrew Dalman, Lucas Budzien, Joel Hedlof, Michael Tchida, Dustin Mueller, Jake Larson, and Cong Liu, North Dakota State University 14. BiliQuant: A Spectrophotometric Jaundice Diagnostic for the Developing World Stephanie Tzouanas, Melody Tan, Jacinta Leyden, Monica Barrera, Roham Shah, Meaghan Bond, Eric Richardson, Maria Oden, and Rebecca Richards- Kortum, Rice University 15. Electromyography-based Seizure Detection Device Chia-Ye Chu, Michael Lam, Kyung Taeck Minn, Alex Yang, and Olyver Yau, Rice University 16. Air Retention Device for Colonoscopy Procedures Michael McEniry, Ross Oborny, and Lauren Glett, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 17. Bubble Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (BiPAP) Device for the Developing World Holly Liang, Caitlin Makatura, Mike Schubert, Bryan Soloman, and Julie Walker, Rice University 7:30 p.m. ADJOURN order of presentations may vary, reference the online program for presentation details 5 6 30 Years of Leadership Leading the conversation. 7:00 a.m. Meridian Ballrooms 2-4, Registration and Networking Breakfast hosted by LifeScience Alley 8:00 a.m. Meridian Ballrooms 2-4 THREE-IN-FIVE COMPETITION Moderators: Jesús Cabrera, Just Herder, Delft University of Technology Monolithic Fabrication of Millimeter-Scale Surgical Devices with Integrated Sensing Joshua Gafford, Harvard University A Supine Gait Training Device for Stroke Rehabilitation Fang Ming Lim, National University of Signapore Mobility-enhancing Fall-prevention Device for Physical Rehabilitation Carl Nelson, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Biologically Inspired Soft Robot for Thumb Rehabilitation Paxton Maeder-York, Harvard University Automated Fluorescence Microscope for Tuberculosis Detection Kylie de Jager, University of Cape Town Printing Strain Gauges on Surgical Instruments for Force Measurement Frank Hammond, III, Harvard University Biomimetic Attachment to the Gastrointestinal Tra
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