Industry dinner to reignite sector


The highly-popular AusMedtech 2022 industry dinner is a hallmark of the AusMedtech 2022 programme and it is back to reignite and reconnect the medtech sector on Wednesday 25 May, during AusBiotech’s premier medtech conference.

Australia’s premier medtech conference is returning to the Melbourne Convention Centre in-person from 24-26 May 2022 and brings together key stakeholders of the Australian and international medical devices and diagnostics sector to help prepare the industry sector for its changing landscape.

The must-attend three-course conference dinner is the perfect opportunity to network with Australian and intetrnational industry leaders and meet new potential partners.

The dinner is open to AusMedtech 2022 delegates and non-delegates to join AusBiotech to celebrate the successes of the Australian and international medtech sector.

There is still time to register for AusMedtech 2022 in four weeks, with the programme bursting with a wide variety of Australian and global medtech leaders delivering keynotes, interactive expert panel discussions and pre-conference workshops throughout the AusMedtech 2022 week.

AusBiotech has an inspiring line-up of keynote speakers over three exciting days, including:

  • Tamir Meiri, Director Venture Investments for Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JJDC co-presenting with Kathy Connell, Senior Director, External Innovation Partnering ANZ, Johnson & Johnson Innovation on Thursday 26 May: ‘Medtech investment insights across Israel, USA and Australia: what’s comparable and what’s in contrast’
  • Dr Erica Kneipp, Research Director, Human Health, CSIRO on Thursday 26 May: ‘Accelerating Australia’s capabilities to future proof our nation’
  • Dr Amanda Caples, Lead Scientist, Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions, Victorian Government on Wednesday 25 May: ‘Investing in innovation, discovering the next breakthrough’
  • Adjunct Professor John Skerritt, Deputy Secretary, Health Products Regulation, Australian Department of Health on Wednesday 25 May: ‘Medical device regulation update’
  • Stuart Elliott, Co-CEO and Co-Founder, Planet Innovation on Thursday 26 May: ‘Manufacturing led innovation – insights into Australia’s role in the global manufacturing ecosystem’
  • Professor Nicholas Opie, Chief Technology Officer, Synchron on Wednesday 25 May: ‘The Stentrode: Unlocking the brain for severely paralysed patients’
  • Dr Vincent McCauley, Chief Medical Officer, Telstra Health on Thursday 26 May: ‘The role of connectivity in transforming healthcare through COVID-19 and beyond’

AusBiotech thanks Cook Medical and the Victorian Government for their support in sponsoring the conference dinner at AusMedtech 2022.

AusBiotech encourages you to register today to secure your seat for the industry dinner.