M2D2 Sponsoring MVVF "Creating Class I & II Medical Devices"

M2D2 is proud to sponsor the following MVVF event. 


Creating Class I & II Medical Devices

Thursday, November 10, 2011
600 Suffolk Street, 2nd Floor

Lowell, MA  01854


5:00p.m. - 8:30 p.m.  

M2D2 Innovation Hub Board Room

Wannalancit Mills Office and Technology Center 


Keynote Speaker: Read McCarty

Read McCarty is a serial entrepreneur having founded, among other companies,  Children's Medical Ventures Inc. and Hawaii Medical - both companies were acquired by publicly traded companies. Read has invented both Class I And Class II medical devices. He recognized opportunity in NICU and newborn nursery market and then developed innovative products, created the manufacturing process and implemented successful marketing strategies.
Read will tell his story and the lessons he learned and is still learning at his new venture SunShine Medical.




5:00-6:00 Registration, Networking and Refreshments

6:00-6:15 Opening Remarks and Introductions

6:15-6:45 Keynote Presentation

6:45-8:00 Panel Presentations: Patent Litgation, Early Steps in Filing and
                   Protecting an Idea, Regulatory Issues for USA, Canada and 
                   EU,Winning an SBIR grant

8:00-8:30 Q & A


Please following the link below to the MVVF registration page to register for this event. 




MVVF has agreed to extend the MVVF member rate of $25 to M2D2 members. Here is how the discount works: on the registration page click on the MVVF Affiliate button for the discounted admission rate of $25. In the Affiliate box enter M2D2. After the event a final registration list of all who attended will be forwarded.

We would like to thank the following M2D2 sponsors for their support!

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