5/16/2012 (W) 12:00-1:30pm
Rochester BioVenture Center 77 Ridgeland Road, Rochester, NY
With increased social and regulatory pressures to reduce waste, particularly medical wastes, now is the time to understand and adopt sustainable practices for the design and manufacture of medical devices. Embracing sustainable practices now will give your company advantages in product differentiation as well as in increased profits that often result from taking a systems view of a product’s life cycle.
This session includes presentations from practitioners in academia and industry that will share their insights on practices that can be used to improve sustainability, as well as profitability, for new medical devices.
Dr. Anahita Williamson, Director, NYS Pollution Prevention Institute at RIT
Expertise in Manufacturing Process Modification for Improved Material Recovery and Reuse, Design for the Environment, Life-cycle Assessment
Ian Edwards, Senior Director, Corporate Technology Officer, Welch Allyn, Inc.
Expertise in early stage diagnostic device concepts and industrial design portfolio management
Medical Device Inventors and Medical Researchers
Medical Product Manufacturers
Suppliers to Medical Device Companies
Space is limited so register early!
Click below to register by Monday, May 14, 2012
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