February 20, 2019 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
UW Health Sciences Building, K-069
This seminar will also be webcast for off-site participants, register to receive a link.
Research discoveries can lead to new products and services that significantly impact treatments available to patients with critical illnesses. Once a discovery is made, more in-depth exploration of its potential and possible risks must be assessed. Bringing these types of products forward and getting them in the market, so they are available to physicians and patients is a long, complicated, and expensive process.
Learn what is involved in the commercialization process and hear about some real-world examples of successes and failures.
Light lunch will be served.
BY THE END OF THIS EVENT, LEARNERS WILL BE ABLE TO…
- Identify the steps necessary to bring a new medical product or service to market.
- Describe the types of expertise and organizational structures that are necessary at different stages of product development.
- Understand some of the complications and challenges encountered through a discussion of examples of some therapeutics and medical device products.