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Cambridge Design Partnership will be exhibiting at MD&M West, the world’s largest medical technology event which takes place in Anaheim, USA, from 10-12 February 2015. The show, which this year celebrates its 30th anniversary, attracts industry leaders showcasing the latest innovations in the world of medical design and manufacturing.
Cambridge Design Partnership’s impressive and growing client base includes some of the world’s largest brands, which trust the company with their most important innovations. At the show, on booth 1491, Cambridge Design Partnership will have a specialist team from the US office in Palo Alto, CA including Dr Dominique Freeman and Dr Jez Clements, together with two medical technology experts joining them from the UK.
Dominique leads the US office and has over 30 years’ experience in the medical device space including incubating white space technology, start-ups, licensing and M&A and product launch in regulated environments. She has extensive experience of cross-border product developments & intellectual property portfolio management, with over 130 issued patents. She has authored an impressive 30 peer reviewed journal articles in diabetes, renal failure, coronary artery occlusion, oncology and orthopaedics.
Jez is a British Chartered mechanical engineer and Partner, based in Palo Alto, where he focuses on supporting the expansion of Cambridge Design Partnership’s business and services in the US. He specialises in medical device development planning and coordination with a particular focus on incorporating human factors considerations and regulatory approval.
Joining them from the UK office are Senior Device Engineer Matt Brady and Medical Device Project Leader George Savell. Matt has over 15 years’ experience across a range of medical device fields from hand-held diagnostics to interventional devices. He is interested in the development of novel or improved devices and therapies and driving down the cost for commoditised segments. George has experience in areas such as cryosurgery, dry powder inhalers and auto injectors and works in developing devices at all stages of the development cycle, from concept through to design verification.
To arrange a meeting with one of Cambridge Design Partnership’s team at MD&M West, please contact Dom Freeman on email@example.com or call her on +1 650 378-7812.
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