Join us for a Breakfast Briefing on Friday 13th October 2017 from 7.30am-8.45am at NexusUCD, Belfield Office Park, Clonskeagh, Dublin 4. for ‘Patents and Patients – Early stage considerations when building a CH solution’.
Brenda Reginatto, ARCH: Design with the end user in mind
Marie Walsh, HMC: How to maximise value from your Intellectual Property (IP)
Key take-away points:
1 Connected health and the design process
2 Developing an IP strategy for maximising value.
Speaker Bio summaries:
Brenda Reginatto is the Research Lead for the Care research stream within ARCH. Prior to joining ARCH Brenda worked as Clinical Research Lead at the Insight Centre for Data Analytics in University College Dublin. In this role she researched the application of wearable technology in improving mobility assessment for older people. Brenda also worked as consultant and advisor to health technology start-ups. She has an MSc in Gerontology from King’s College London and has worked extensively with falls prevention and long term care. Brenda is passionate about creating technology products to support older people, people living with chronic conditions and caregivers.
Marie Walsh is a UK, Irish and European Patent Attorney with over 20 years’ experience of obtaining patents for clients. Marie has extensive experience in protecting IP rights across a variety of technology sectors including Medtech and Life Sciences. Marie holds an MBA specialising in business strategy and managing innovation and has a particular interest in advising start-up companies and SMEs on all aspects of their intellectual property portfolios.
Refreshments will also be served. We hope to see as many of you there as possible!
This is a free event, but registration is required . https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/arch-breakfast-briefing-patents-patients-early-stage-considerations-when-building-a-ch-solution-tickets-37806712896