Fluency Marketing is pleased to announce preliminary speakers for its upcoming conference, MedicalAM, which takes place on 6th and 7th October 2021 at Edgbaston Park Hotel and Conference Centre in Birmingham, UK.
This two-day conference will showcase the use of Advanced Materials and Technology for the Medical Sector and ProMake International, Xkelet Easylife and Intellegens have already confirmed their attendance.
ProMake International uses advanced bio-compatible 3D printing technology to create custom prosthetics and synthetic components to be used throughout and in conjunction with the body. Its most recent successes include an inner ear transplant and revolutionising hip replacements.
Xkelet Easylife produces XKast personalised immobilisation structures by 3D-printing unique, lightweight and irritation-free casts which result in less muscle mass than traditional plaster casts.
Intellegens specialises in the utilisation of artificial intelligence which uses algorithms to make betterinformed decisions regarding patient care. This allows researchers to identify correlations between treatment techniques and patient outcomes.
Speakers are still sought for the conference helping to drive this important industry forward. Submit your topic to email@example.com by 5th April 2021 to have your say in shaping the future of advanced materials for the Medical Sector.
Suggested topics to promote the use of advanced materials in the medical and healthcare sector may include, but are not limited to:
- Additive Manufacturing for the Medical Industry
- 3D Printing
- Medical Device Design and Manufacture
- Biomedical Devices and Components
- Biocompatible Materials
- Case Studies
The event will also be supported by its media partner, Med-Tech Innovation; the central hub of all news related to medical devices, medical manufacturing the medical technology industry.
Gemma Smith, Managing Director at Fluency Marketing, said: “We are incredibly excited to launch MedicalAM, the latest in our series of conferences for the advanced material markets. We are looking forward to welcoming people from across the industry to discuss the latest innovations from across the industry.”
Jason Laing, Director at Promake International, said: “I truly am looking forward to attending and speaking at the MedicalAM conference as this event is sure to be exhilarating, filled with pioneering content that I do believe will drive medical innovations and procedures forward to a new level. I look forward to seeing you all there.”
Ian Bolland, Editor at Med-Tech Innovation News, said: “Material selection is an integral part of the medtech supply chain. I am looking forward to seeing and hearing how new materials can be used and developed to contribute to, and further enhance, the medtech sector.”