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MassMEDIC Virtual Town Hall #2

MassMEDIC Virtual Town Hall #2

Thursday, March 26, 2020 (12:00 PM - 1:00 PM) (EDT)

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MassMEDIC is launching the "MedTech Virtual Town Hall" in part as an alternative to in-person events. 

About this Event Please join us this week for our second "MedTech Virtual Town Hall". The Town Hall is a regular online video conference call open to all MassMEDIC members. These virtual gatherings are intended to keep our members up to date, to share knowledge on current issues impacting healthcare and our industry; and provide a regular opportunity for networking and discussion. This 55-minute interactive video chat will feature expert voices on a range of subjects including regulatory news, HR and remote working, innovation and our industry’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak, as well as break-out sessions of smaller groups. 

The second MedTech Virtual Town Hall will take place on Thursday, March 26th at 12 pm ET via Zoom and will be accessible via smartphone or laptop. 

Attendance is free for MassMEDIC members and $15 for non members. An audio recording of some of the Town Hall calls will be made available to all attendees as well as the attendee list. 

Topics for 3/26 Call: 

Presentation from FDA on the development status of In Silico Clinical Trials TeleHealth Opportunity Discussion with McDermott, Will & Emery LLP Additional activities:

 Virtual speed networking 

Open discussion 

About Our Experts Tina Morrison, Deputy Director, Division of Applied Mechanics, FDA . Tina has advanced the role of computer modeling and simulation in medical device design and product evaluation during her tenure at FDA. Lauding her work ethic, in 2016 the FDA Office of the Chief Scientist entrusted her with forming and leading an agency-wide working group on modeling and simulation, whose first workshop attracted hundreds of FDA participants. She also headed the drafting of FDA’s breakthrough guidance for modeling: Reporting of Computational Modeling studies in Medical Device Submissions, attracting international recognition. Outside the Agency, Tina has led the development of pathways for enhancing modeling credibility and acceptance. For instance, she was selected by her peers to lead a 3-year effort in developing a verification and validation standard for ASME, which culminated in 2018 with the first-ever set of evaluating procedures for computational modeling of medical devices. The FDA recognized this standard for support medical device evaluation. Because of these efforts, Tina was selected as the 2019 Federal Engineer of the Year for FDA.

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