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    The importance of data management: an interview with Xiaonan Tang

    The importance of data management: an interview with Xiaonan Tang

    The importance of data management: an interview with Xiaonan Tang by Future Science Group

    • 10 min
    Streamlining drug development: an interview with Brendan Griffin

    Streamlining drug development: an interview with Brendan Griffin

    Brendan Griffin (University College Cork, Ireland)discusses his work in early drug development in this interview with Bioanalysis Zone. Brendan talks about the most common challenges faced as well as key trends in the field of developability. For more content, visit www.bioanalysis-zone.com

    • 6 min
    Technique Blast | HPLC and Chromatographic Separation Technologies

    Technique Blast | HPLC and Chromatographic Separation Technologies

    In this Technique Blast – a new series that will provide short informative discussions about a specific technique – Digital Editor Tristan Free speaks to Joseph Pesek about high-performance liquid-chromatography and chromatographic separation technologies.

    • 5 min
    3DMedTALKS | The additive response to COVID-19

    3DMedTALKS | The additive response to COVID-19

    In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, innovators are finding novel ways to apply 3D-printed solutions to assist the international response to coronavirus.

    From meeting PPE demands, to designing novel approaches to unique challenges, the additive community has not been short of opportunity for collaboration and corroboration with multidisciplinary teams exploring options for aiding crises from local to international capacities.

    In this podcast, in collaboration with Women in 3D Printing, we invited a panel of experts to take a look at how the additive community has responded to coronavirus, where the limitations lie in integrating 3D-printed devices into a health system under pressure as well as what can be done by the wider 3D printing community to help overcome critical challenges posed by COVID-19.

    Meet the experts
    > Maxine Chan
    Director of Med Supply Drive UK, NHS Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, PhD Researcher in Bioengineering and Regenerative Medicine, Imperial College London (UK)
    Maxine Chan is an NHS Doctor and Researcher in London with a research interest in innovative bioengineering solutions to treating female reproductive health issues. Chan is also the Director of Med Supply Drive UK (London, UK), an organization of volunteer medics and non-medics who are protecting frontline healthcare workers during the COVID-19 crisis by providing solutions to PPE shortages.

    > Brigette De Vet-Veithen
    VP and General Manager, Materialise Medical
    Brigitte de Vet-Veithen has been the Vice President of Materialise Medical since June 2016, as a representative of De Vet Management bvba. De Vet-Veithen has almost 20 years of experience in the healthcare and life sciences sector. She has worked in various management roles for Johnson & Johnson (NJ, USA), ultimately serving as Vice President for the EMEA region of Cordis Neurovascular and General Manager of Cordis (CA, USA) in Germany. Before joining Materialise (Leuven, Belgium), she held various leadership roles as a representative of De Vet Management bvba including the role of Chief Executive Officer of Acertys group (Aartselaar, Belgium), a provider of medical devices, software, services and supplies to hospitals and medical professionals. De Vet-Veithen holds a Master of Business Administration with a Major in Engineering from HEC Liege (Belgium) and an MBA from INSEAD (Fontainebleau, France).

    > Kate Hammer
    Co-Founding Committee Member, SHIELD Collaborative
    Kate Hammer is an innovation specialist ranging across architecture/engineering, biotechnology, chemical, FMCG, healthcare, information, public health and technology sectors, often working with scientists of all descriptions to realize demanding projects, often at speed.

    > Kadine James
    Co-Founder, SHIELD Collaborative
    Learner, maker, innovator and 3D technology enthusiast, Kadine James is the Creative Tech Lead at Hobs 3D (London, UK) and is a prominent UK tech evangelist. Combining 7+ years’ experience in 3D printing, virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality, James is driven by big ideas, a global mind-set and empowering the use 3D printing in art and architecture. She sets out to create a platform for 3D printing VR/AR/MR learning opportunities for young people to get involved with 3DTech in central London, at Hobs 3D’s hub and incubator for thought leadership.

    James is UK Lead of Women in 3D Printing, a global platform which inspires, encourages and supports women working with rapid prototyping technologies – and is one of the first Industry Champions for the Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre network (led by Nesta). James is listed as one of the top 100 most influential women in UK Tech.

    • 49 min
    Integrating patient-relevant outcomes into clinical practice: an interview with Donna Messner

    Integrating patient-relevant outcomes into clinical practice: an interview with Donna Messner

    Integrating patient-relevant outcomes into clinical practice: an interview with Donna Messner by Future Science Group

    • 27 min
    NCTalks with Gavin Giovannoni: advancements in the treatment landscape for multiple sclerosis

    NCTalks with Gavin Giovannoni: advancements in the treatment landscape for multiple sclerosis

    NCTalks with Gavin Giovannoni: advancements in the treatment landscape for multiple sclerosis by Future Science Group

    • 17 min

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