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Technological Leadership Institute

 

Leading Trends Impacting our Medical Device Innovation Ecosystem
Bill Murray, President and CEO of the Medical Device Innovation Consortium
January 15, 2014 - 5:30 p.m.
Maroon & Gold Room
McNamara Alumni Center

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Bill Murray, President and CEO of the Medical Device Innovation Consortium (MDIC) will present a thought provoking perspective on the confluence of economic, technologic and regulatory forces that are influencing today's medical device innovation. In addition to this broad overview, Bill will discuss the specific vision for MDIC and the role it can play in ensuring the United States maintains a vibrant medical device innovation ecosystem. Following an overview, Bill will facilitate a lively interactive discussion on the opportunities created by adapting to this rapidly changing environment.

 

About the speaker:
Bill Murray, President & CEO of MDIC

Bill Murray joined MDIC in August of 2013. He has over 25 years of senior leadership experience spanning the range of privately financed start-up to billion dollar plus global businesses. Bill's most recent experience was as CEO of Envoy Medical, a privately financed commercial stage medical device company. Prior to Envoy, he was Interim President and CEO of MTS Systems (MTSC), a public $500M industrial technology company. Bill's small company experience spans 5 years as CEO and executive consultant to privately financed start-up medical device companies. His large company experience includes leadership as the Molecular Biology Division President of Applied Biosystems, and at Medtronic where he spent 18 years in various senior leadership positions, including President of the Pacemaker Business. Bill currently serves on the Board of MTS Systems and previously served on the Boards of LifeSync Holdings, and ReShape Medical. Bill has served on various industry association and community leadership boards. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from The University of Florida.




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