Tuesday October 8, 2013 0 comments
FORT COLLINS - The Rocky Mountain Innosphere, in collaboration with NoCoBio Cluster and Colorado BioScience Association, will host an "Innovation After Hours" program on Oct. 10 focused on innovative medical devices.
Bob Reddy, Medtronic Navigation director of global marketing, will talk about the importance of innovation in medical devices.
Chris Donner, VP of SI-Technology LLC, will talk about the company's development and commercialization of its patent-pending technology for the treatment of sacroiliac joint pathologies and pelvic fixation.
April Giles, CBSA president, will offer an inside look into the state of the life science industry in Colorado and Deanna Scott, NoCoBio executive director, will discuss what NoCoBio is doing to help promote the medical device industry.
The free program will be held from 4-6 p.m. at the Innosphere, 320 E. Vine Drive.