MDG Online Forum: Wearable Devices

The New Paradigm of 'Constant' Healthcare
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Online Forum
October 20th, 2021
4:30 - 6 pm EDT

Organized by MDG Boston
Championed by Sunrise Labs, Inc


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Hear from experts on the front lines as they share their stories and discuss the current and future state of wearable medical devices.

At a very young age, entrepreneurs Paulo Zoio and John Wilcox learned that they would be facing a chronic disease for the rest of their lives. Growing up, Paulo has needed hemodialysis three times a week and John has monitored his insulin levels daily to treat his Type 1 diabetes. Their diagnosis and reliance on wearable medical devices has driven them to make a positive impact in improving patient experiences.

In this forum moderated by Adam Jacobs, CTO of Sunrise Labs, our speakers will tell their stories on how they went from patients to entrepreneurs and their journeys in the development of wearable technology. 

Key takeaways include: 
  • The importance of patient level thinking during development
  • How constant healthcare improves the daily lives of patients
  • The future of wearable technology

 

  Moderator:   Event Champion:    
  Adam Jacobs, CTO   Tim Stone    
  Adam Jacobs
CTO
Sunrise Labs, Inc
  Tim Stone
Business Development Manager
Sunrise Labs, Inc
   
           
  Speakers:        
  John Wilcox   Paulo Zoio   Ronan Jashek
  John Wilcox
Co-Founder & CEO
Diatech Diabetes, Inc
  Paulo Zoio
PhD Student & CTO
Technical University of Lisbon
& Zeevo-Smart Sensing
  Ronen Jashek
Co-Founder, VP Marketing & BD
Theranica Bio-Electronics Ltd.




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