In less than two weeks hundreds will gather for Australia’s premier medical technology conference, which will reconnect key stakeholders of the Australian devices and diagnostics sector to help reimagine the industry during a changing landscape. Business partnering will open in less than one week.
Five keynotes and a plethora of panels will traverse the medtech innovation pipeline through a week of virtual half-day sessions that represent Australia’s medtech industry. Over 65 speakers unite to celebrate the successes and impacts our industry has made, and engage on the reimagined future of medtech. On-demand programming will also be accessible for a further 30 days post AusMedtech 2021.
Run by industry, for industry, the programme features a mix of cutting-edge leading keynotes, expert panel discussions, and Q&A. Keynotes include:
- Reimagining MedTech through partnership, real world innovation and ingenuity – a fireside chat with Tim Schmid, Company Group Chairman, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices, Asia Pacific;
- Ellume: An Australian success story – Dr Sean Parsons, Managing Director and Co-Founder, Ellume
- EU medical device regulation, implications for the TGA and Australia – Adjunct Professor John Skerritt, Deputy Secretary, Health Products Regulation, Australian Department of Health
- Accelerating the commercialisation journey through partnering with big medtech – the Epi-Minder story – Dr Rohan Hoare, Chief Executive Officer, Epi-Minder
- Accessing the global market – Kate Quirke, Group Managing Director & CEO, Alcidion.
AusPartnering, AusBiotech’s highly popular business matching programme, opens on Monday, 10 May, and offers registered delegates the opportunity to schedule one-on-one private meetings with other conference attendees and participants.
In an exciting new development, AusBiotech’s Early-Stage Investment Forum is being held for the first time at AusMedtech 2021, and offers 15 early-stage projects and technologies the opportunity to gather feedback from an expert and investor group; advice that is essential when commercialising biotech technologies.
AusMedtech 2021 is supported by the Victorian Government as the Host State Partner.
Register now to reconnect with industry leaders at AusMedtech 2021: 17 – 21 May 2021.