Access savings by registering early for AusMedtech 2022

The AusMedtech 2022 programme has launched, and delegates have until 28 March to register for early-bird registrations and access savings and the thought-provoking list of keynotes and panel sessions during Australia’s biggest week in medtech.

Australia’s premier medtech conference is returning to Melbourne Convention Centre in-person from 24-26 May 2022 and brings together key stakeholders of the Australian and international medical devices and diagnostics sector to help prepare the industry sector for its changing landscape.

Registration to AusBiotech’s AusMedtech 2022 will enable delegates to access all conference sessions, AusPartnering, our successful one-to-one business matching programme, the welcome function and closing ceremony, Exhibition Hall and all networking opportunities. Group discounts are available for five or more event registration passes.

The AusMedtech conference dinner is also back and offers stakeholders, including those unable to attend the wider AusMedtech 2022 conference, the chance to reconnect over charged glasses, devour a three-course dinner, and celebrate the successes of the Australian medtech sector in style.

AusBiotech has an inspiring line-up of keynote speakers over three exciting days, including:

  • Tamir Meiri, Director, Venture Investments, co-presenting with Kathy Connell, Senior Director, Early Innovation Partnering ANZ, Johnson & Johnson Innovation, on ‘Medtech investment insights across Israel, USA and Australia: what’s comparable and what’s in contrast’
  • Erica Kneipp, Research Director, Human Health, CSIRO on ‘Accelerating Australia’s capabilities to future proof our nation’
  • Prof. Nicolas Opie, Chief Technology Officer, Synchron on ‘Unlocking the brain’s roadmap for severely paralysed patients: accessing the brain’s natural neurological highways through ground-breaking implantable technology’
  • Dr Amanda Caples, Lead Scientist, Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions, Victorian Government on ‘Investing in innovation, discovering the next breakthrough’
  • Adjunct Professor John Skerritt, Deputy Secretary, Health Products Regulation, Australian Department of Health on ‘Medical device regulation update’ and;
  • Stuart Elliot, Co-CEO and Co-Founder, Planet Innovation on ‘Manufacturing led Innovation – insights into Australia’s role in the global manufacturing ecosystem’

AusMedtech 2022 is proudly supported by the Victorian Government as the Host State Partner.

Early-bird registrations are available until 28 March; save up to $300 by registering now to connect with like-minded leaders growing the Australian and global medtech industry.

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