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This page shows the latest medical devices news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Relics from the past

Relics from the past

Diagnostic devices are increasingly part of the ‘internet of things’. The future of many therapies lies in following oncology and targeting specific genotypes. ... And we will probably still have a ‘medical device business’ even when their

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  • NICE launches consultation on its methods of drug evaluation NICE launches consultation on its methods of drug evaluation

    Public consultation launched on Friday 6 November. The UK’s National Institute of Health and Care Excellence is finally set to review its methods of evaluation for drugs, medical devices and ... As we develop a new regulatory and access environment for

  • Japan resumes AZ’s COVID-19 vaccine trial, but US study remains on hold Japan resumes AZ’s COVID-19 vaccine trial, but US study remains on hold

    The Japanese Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Agency (PMDA) has authorised the resumption of a phase 1/2 trial of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, almost a month after the study was

  • We've got this! We've got this!

    More recently, we have witnessed the transformational impact of genomics, new materials in medical devices, robotics and information technology in medical technologies and immunotherapies in oncology.

  • Innovation in the time of coronavirus Innovation in the time of coronavirus

    Its primary focus is to supply a wide range of 3D-printed medical devices, products and services to medical organisations including the UK’s NHS, private hospitals, research institutions and universities, ... Contributions are also welcomed to

  • It’s Brexit day – now comes the really hard stuff It’s Brexit day – now comes the really hard stuff

    That will determine whether or not medicines and devices regulation will stay aligned after a transition period due to end on 30 December. ... Meanwhile, a European Parliament committee called last week for ' targeted actions' to ensure the continuing

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  • A new era for UK-Japanese scientific research relations A new era for UK-Japanese scientific research relations

    It is hoped that the recently signed UK-Japan Free Trade Agreement will foster increased medical research investment and collaboration between the two countries, building on an already productive relationship. ... As a solution to this, in 1998 Japan’s

  • AI and accelerated computing ring in new era for healthcare AI and accelerated computing ring in new era for healthcare

    The clinical community is using federated learning approaches to build robust AI models across various institutions, geographies, patient demographics and medical scanners. ... Software-defined instruments link AI innovation and medical practice. Software

  • Emerging use cases of blockchain in healthcare and the life sciences

    Additional implementations can be found within prescription medicine management, patient claims and billings management, and data security for wearables and other IoT medical devices, as well as deployment in personalised medicine. ... Clear use cases

  • The roaring ‘20s and Generation Z The roaring ‘20s and Generation Z

    This year alone, there will be five pertinent pieces of legislation including Bills on NHS Funding and the Long Term Plan, Mental Health, Social Care, Patient Safety and Medicines and Medical ... Devices. As the Long Term Plan receives legislative support

  • Evolution or revolution: the latest review of NICE methods Evolution or revolution: the latest review of NICE methods

    on Access to Medicines and Medical Devices evidence sessions on the NICE methods review inquiry. ... NICE has ruled out some areas this time around. They include genomic techniques and testing strategies, medical devices and diagnostics used to tackle

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  • Research Partnership appoints Hannah Osborn to MedTech director role Research Partnership appoints Hannah Osborn to MedTech director role

    Osborn (pictured left) has over 13 years’ experience in healthcare research and consulting, with a focus on medical devices over the past seven years.

  • IGNIFI expands healthcare team with two new hires IGNIFI expands healthcare team with two new hires

    In her role as health science content writer, she will apply her science and copywriting experience in developing communications around medicines, medical devices and technologies.

  • New hires at Abbott, Kite and Arrakis Therapeutics New hires at Abbott, Kite and Arrakis Therapeutics

    He worked as executive vice president of Medical Devices, in which he oversaw the integration fo St. ... Jude Medical – Abbott’s largest acquisition. He also led Abbott’s Diabetes Care business and the launch of the FreeStyle Libre.

  • Smith & Nephew name new CEO Smith & Nephew name new CEO

    Namal Nawana will also become an executive director. Global medical technology business Smith &Nephew has named Namal Nawana as its new chief executive officer. ... Prior to Alere, Nawana spent more than 15 years at Johnson &Johnson, primarily in its

  • Emotive expands client services team Emotive expands client services team

    Biology graduate Rob Mackichan joins the agency as an account manager, bringing experience of working with infectious diseases, rare diseases and medical devices. ... He has over two years’ experience in healthcare communications and medical education

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