Case Western Reserve University is leading a study to engineer revolutionary implantable diamond-coated devices, designed to last a lifetime. These implants, made from diamond and flexible polymer, are designed to identify chemical and electrical changes in the brain of patients suffering from neural disease, or to stimulate nerves and restore movement in the paralyzed.
Medical Electronic Device Conference & Expo (MEDCon) announces that one lead researcher on this project, Christian Zorman, Professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at Case Western, will present his teams findings and developments at the conference & expo being held May 16-18, 2011 in Chicago, IL.
As the one-stop resource for all engineering and design needs, MEDCon presents component innovations and product solutions that R&D, engineers and designers need in order to build the next generation of electronic medical devices.
Free expo passes and discounted conference pricing is available for qualifying medical device manufacturers at www.MedicalDevicesExpo.com/MDT.Other organizations participating on the program include:
- Abbott Point of Care
- Alfred Mann Foundation
- Beckman Coulter
- Bilanx Consulting, LLC
- Boston Scientific Corporation
- Boston Scientific, Imaging Franchise
- GE Healthcare
- GSI Technologies
- International Biomedical
- Motion Control, Inc.
- NDI Medical
- Purdue University
- St. Jude Medical, CRM Division
- Texas A&M University
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Boston Healthcare System
- University of Illinois, Chicago
In addition to the conference program, MEDCon includes an expo hall, where device and component manufacturers can source leading products, technology and services:
- See the latest electronic components & systems to solve power, wireless, RF & space configuration needs
- Learn about new initiatives that electronics suppliers are working on to facilitate the next generation of medical devices
- Engage contract manufacturers that meet your design challenges, timeframe & budget
- Network with colleagues and peers who face similar challenges