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Biomedical Technology Partnership Forum

Purpose:

See presentations from federal agencies/labs, academia, and private sector firms engaged in biomedical technology diagnosis and treatment who are looking for biomedical technology development partners. Learn about the unique resources available in southeastern Virginia for your biomedical research goals.  

Topics include bioimaging, biotechnology standards, novel therapeutics for wound healing, coating for implantable devices, cancer treatment, modeling/simulation for health care, and more.

Agenda:

8:40-9:00 Welcome, Opening Remarks

9:00-10:30 DIAGNOSIS TECHNOLOGY: Imaging and Diagnostics
Moderator: Dr. William Wasilenko, Eastern Virginia Medical School  

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-12:10 TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY: Novel Therapeutics
Moderator: Dr. Zohir Handy, Old Dominion University. 

12:15-12:45 Biomedical Technology "Elevator Presentations"  

  • CW Optics
  • Dalos BioPharma
  • Dean Troyer and Metabolon
  • EyeRx
  • Oceana Sensor Technologies
  • OcuCure
  • Soluble Systems

12:45-1:30 Lunch  

1:30-2:15 BIOMEDICAL MODELING AND SIMULATION 
Moderator: Dr. Lee Beach Beach, Hampton Roads Research Partnership

2:15-2:45 UNIQUE REGIONAL FACILITIES FOR BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY R&D

2:45-3:30 RESTORATIVE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY FOR WOUNDED WARFIGHTERS
Moderator: William Wasilenko Eastern Virginia Medical School

3:30-3:50 FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES for Biomedical Technology Research

3:50-4:00 Next Steps, Closing Remarks

4:00-5:00 Optional Tour of Jefferson Lab

"Elevator Presentations" can be found on the FLC website, HERE.

Details:

Start Date: Tuesday, June 15, 2010
End Date: Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Location: Newport News, Virginia
Audience: Industry, Government, Academia
Format: Conference

Sponsor(s):

EASTERN VIRGINIA MEDICAL SCHOOL
FEDERAL LAB CONSORTIUM MID-ATLANTIC REGION 
HAMPTON ROADS RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP
HAMPTON ROADS TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL
JEFFERSON LAB
NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

Registration:

Registration is now closed for this event.

Technical Contact:

John Emond
john.l.emond@nasa.gov
202-358-1686