Meet PoC-ID at MEDICA, Düsseldorf, 14 Nov’16

September 18, 2016 in Events

Workshop on Point of Care Device Commercialization at MEDICA

PoC-ID partner Henne van Heeren (enablingMNT) will present at this workshop on “Microfluidics as an enabler for Medical Diagnostics”.poc

The workshop aims at bringing together the main POC system developers and particularly those involved in European networks and consortia. Numerous projects are currently running that involved clinical validation and commercialization of POC device and the present workshop intends to be a place to share knowledge, questions and solutions raised to solve valorization issues.

The scope of the workshop is:
– Clinical validation in EU POC project
– Instrument validation prior POC commercialization
– Marketing and strategy for POC commercialization
– Regulatory validation of POC system

Opening remarks
Christophe Marquette, FAPIC Project Coordinator, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1

Session 1: Clinical trials within EU-funded projects
Birte Kretschmer – Clinical trials in H2020, Eurice GmbH

Session 2: Clinical validation
Inge Gyssens – Clinical evaluation of the diagnostic systems in severely ill patients, Hasselt University / Radboud University
John Hays – Considerations for infectious disease POCT Center clinical testing, Erasmus University Medical Center
Michael Lorenz – Experience from clinical evaluation of molecular pathogen diagnostic device, Molzym

Coffee Break

Session 3: Technical validation, regulation
Benjamin Corgier – Strategy for IVD product development, validation and commercialization, AXO Science
Andrew Bradley – Point of Care Instrument Validation (Robotics), Bee Robotics

Session 4: Marketing and strategy in the POC field
Henne van Heeren – EU project PoC-ID: Microfluidics as an enabler for Medical Diagnostics, enablingMNT

Session 5: Round table discussion
All attendants

4:00 Closing remarks


Date and time
Monday 14th November 2016, 13:00 – 16:00
MEDICA, Düsseldorf, Germany, Congress Center South (CCD South) – Room 27
The participation to the workshop is free but you need a valid ticket to Medica as the workshop venue is on the premises of the trade fair.
Due to a restricted number of seats, we will accept your participation on a first-come first-serve basis.
Please register online until November 7th at