Technology  February 21, 2019

Colorado Bioscience Association to host medical device symposium

WESTMINSTER — The Colorado Bioscience Association is hosting its annual medical device symposium on March 7.

The event will include a federal policy update by Brenden Benner, vice president of public affairs for the Medical Device Manufacturer’s Association. There will also be a pulse of the industry report presented by Derek Riesenberg, managing director of EY-Parthenon’s life sciences practice.

The event will include two panels. One will be a leaders in medtech discussion, featuring representatives from Zimmer Biomet, Eximis Surgical, Bolder Surgical and Snell & Wilmer. The second panel will be about “Blockchain’s Disruptive Technology” and will feature leaders from BurstIQ, CORHIO, EY and Snell & Wilmer.

The event, which takes place from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., will be followed by a networking reception. The symposium takes place at Westin Westminster Lake House, 10600 Westminster Blvd.

For those who wish to attend, registration is $50 for members of the Colorado Bioscience Association and $100 for nonmembers. Registration can be completed online.

 

WESTMINSTER — The Colorado Bioscience Association is hosting its annual medical device symposium on March 7.

The event will include a federal policy update by Brenden Benner, vice president of public affairs for the Medical Device Manufacturer’s Association. There will also be a pulse of the industry report presented by Derek Riesenberg, managing director of EY-Parthenon’s life sciences practice.

The event will include two panels. One will be a leaders in medtech discussion, featuring representatives from Zimmer Biomet, Eximis Surgical, Bolder Surgical and Snell & Wilmer. The second panel will be about “Blockchain’s Disruptive…

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