Recent and Upcoming Events
November 16-19, 2017
CNS Summit in Boca Raton
Abeezer Tapia, MC10 VP and Global Head of Sales and Business Development, will return for a second year to the CNS Summit this fall. The CNS Summit is a platform promoting change, collaboration, innovation, and technology in clinical development programs.
October 2, 2017
DeviceTalks in Boston
MassDevice is hosting DeviceTalks, an educational event for med-tech leaders and engineers, in Boston this fall. MC10's Chief Medical Officer, Arthur Combs, will speak on the MedTech3.0 panel. The panel will highlight groundbreaking technology positioned to reshape the industry.
September 16, 2017
HBS Technology Conference in Boston
The Harvard Business School's technology club is hosting its 23rd Annual Technology Conference this September. The conference will welcome over 750 founders, investors, engineers, and students to explore the theme "The Future We're Building." Ben Schlatka, MC10 Co-Founder, SVP of Corporate Development, and an HBS alum, will present the BioStampRC System at the event.
September 6, 2017
Mobile in Clinical Trials in Boston
The 4th Annual Mobile in Clinical Trials event will discuss how mobile technology impacts clinical trials and will examine current challenges and opportunities in adopting novel solutions. Pharmaceutical, biotech, and life sciences companies will attend the event to learn how to work together and run more efficient clinical trials. MC10 representatives will share the company's vision for reshaping clinical research with flexible wearable sensors.
June 12-14, 2017
mHealth for Clinical Trials in Boston
The second annual mHealth for Clinical Trials event will examine the digital health technology that is poised to revolutionize the clinical trials process. Leaders in tech and pharma will discuss the barriers in the adoption of these technologies and explore possibiliteis for overcoming these obstacles. Global Head of Business Development, Abeezer Tapia, will represent MC10 at the event.
May 24-27, 2017
The CMSC is an organization dedicated to improving and advancing the standards of care for those living with multiple sclerosis. At this year's annual meeting, MC10 collaborators from The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign will present a poster on their findings from a study evaluating BioStampRC Sensors in assessing the balance of individuals with MS.
May 12, 2017
Technology and Rare Neurological Diseases Symposium at the University of Rochester
The University of Rochester Center for Human Experimental Therapeutics will be hosting a Technology and Rare Neurological Diseases Symposium on May 12th. The event will join patients, foundations, industry leaders and academics with the goal of accelerating therapy development through technology. Art Combs, MC10’s Chief Medical Officer, will speak on digital health innovation.
May 10, 2017
d.Health in New York City
The University of Rochester is hosting the third annual d.health Summit, a forum for healthcare, tech and policy leaders to share disruptive technological and process innovations to enable successful aging. Don Fuchs, SVP of Marketing and Business Development, and Chris Lane, Director of Sales, will represent MC10 at the event.
May 8-9, 2017
Medical Sensors Design in Newton
The Medical Sensors Design Conference aims to drive sensor development and innovation in medical and healthcare applications. Abeezer Tapia, Global Head of Business Development, will speak at the event. His session will focus on flexible wearable technologies and their potential medical applications.
May 3-4, 2017
BIOMEDevice in Boston
The Boston BIOMEDevice conference will focus on in-depth medtech learning, highlighting advances in product development, sensor technology, and medical device and pharmaceutical crossover and partnerships. Milan Raj, MC10's Director of Advanced Technology, will speak at 2:00 PM on Wednesday, May 3rd. His session, The Continued Rise of Wearable Technology Using Novel Biosensors, will examine flexible platforms for biometric healthcare analytics.
May 1-3, 2017
World Medical Innovation Forum in Boston
This May, Partners Healthcare is presenting the World Medical Innovation Forum, with a focus on the cardiovascular and cardiometabolic aspects of the healthcare evolution. MC10 is excited to collaborate with this event, joining leading physicians, researchers, investors, and CEOs from international healthcare organizations.
April 19, 2017
Materials Research Society Spring Meeting in Phoenix
International and interdisciplinary materials science researchers will gather at the Materials Research Society's meeting this spring. CTO Rooz Ghaffari will deliver a keynote session titled Ultrathin Soft Epidermal Electronics for Ambulatory Phsyiological Monitoring.
April 7, 2017
X By Fast Forward at District Hall in Boston
Fast Forward strives to help students maximize their investment in college and prepare for the careers that interest them. The X event will unite top college students with community leaders, innovators, and businesses in the Boston area. MC10's Ben Schlatka will speak on "Healthcare of the Future" and MC10's role in the digital health evolution.
March 29, 2017
The MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge's Connected Health Event will feature sessions from leaders in healthcare and emerging technology. The event will focus on innovation in wearable sensors and the potential for this technology to improve lives. MC10 Co-Founder and SVP of Corporate Development, Ben Schlatka, will represent MC10 in the Tech Showcase.
February 17, 2017
The Rise of the Quantified Athlete in Boston
The Harvard Innovation Labs, the Sports Innovation Lab, and the OneTeam Collective are joining forces to sponsor an experiential forum on the future of athletic performance. Scientists, athletes, and wearable tech creators will come together to explore the sector of sports technology. Rooz Ghaffari will speak on the Next Genration of Fitness Trackers Panel and AJ Aranyosi, Senior Manager of Translational Research and Technologies, will represent MC10 at the event's innovation showcase.
February 7-8, 2017
Wearable Tech + Digital Health + Neurotech Silicon Valley at Stanford University
Scientists and technologists will lead discussions on AI for diagnosis and predictive health, adaptive medicine, novel sensors, digital pharma companions, brain computer interfaces, robotics, VR/AR/mixed reality, machine learning, and other topics driving the “health sensor revolution.” For the second year in a row, Roozbeh Ghaffari, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, will be speaking at ApplySci’s innovative event. He and John Rogers, MC10 Co-Founder and scientific visionary, will kick start the morning on Wednesday, February 8th with back-to-back sessions on soft bioelectronics.
October 27-30, 2016
CNS Summit in Boca Raton
The CNS Summit is a platform designed to bring novel solutions and technology into clinical trials. MC10 has been invited to present at the Summit’s Innovation Showcase to present a cutting edge solution to development challenges. Abeezer Tapia, Global Head of Business Development, will take the stage on Friday, October 28th, to share how the BioStampRC System is contributing to the evolving research landscape.
October 30, & November 4, 2016
American College of Rehabilitation Medicine in Chicago
The Annual ACRM meeting is the largest conference for interdisciplinary rehabilitation research, connecting leaders from across the industry dedicated to the advancement of rehabilitation science and clinical practice. MC10 representatives Nirav Sheth, Head of Clinical and Strategic Marketing, and A.J. Aranyosi, Senior Manager of Translational Research and Technologies, will attend the ACRM conference and be available to answer any questions about MC10 and our products.
December 4, 2016
TEDxGateway in Mumbai
The TEDx Gateway event provides a venue for innovators and leaders to spread ideas worth sharing to the TED community and beyond. Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer Roozbeh Ghaffari was invited to speak and tell his story. He'll share the inspiration behind his career, the technology that MC10 is developing today, and the how epidermal electronics will evolve and shape the future.