Medtech & Biotech Experimental Design and Bespoke Solution Trends for 2018

21 Mar 2018

Medtech & Biotech Experimental Design and Bespoke Solution Trends for 2018

Our Director of Microbiology Anne O’Donnell spoke at the recent National Medtech and Biotech Summit in Dublin.

Anne celebrates 20 years with us this year and with her wealth of experience she provided insights for the audience at the event on testing and trends within our industry for the year ahead.

 

Four key points were covered on the evolution of testing:

 

In terms of current key trends, Anne highlighted the following topics:

 

Anne also gave an outline of the bespoke solutions and experimental design projects we work on with clients at CLS including an example of the FDA approved pneumoliner for keyhole surgery.  CLS developed the experiment for this to prove that it worked and this product was the first in the world to market.

Please click here to find out more about CLS MedPharma support and testing services.

 

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