BME-IDEA Europe: Toolboxes for need-led innovation

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Oxford e-Research Centre & Wolfson College

7 Keble Road/Linton Road

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OX1 3QG

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Oxford Biodesign at The University of Oxford is proud to be hosting the European Biomedical Engineering–Innovation, Design and Entrepreneurship Alliance (BME–IDEA) meeting on 26th & 27th June 2019 in Oxford.

This year the focus will be on toolboxes for innovation, design, technology transfer and entrepreneurship within Biomedical Engineering Education. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear about tools that have been developed to support need-led innovation education. Alumni will also have the opportunity to exchange knowledge with participants of other programs and to learn from each other.

The conference will be split into two halves - the first day focusses on presentations and Q&A sessions, the second day will be based around a series of workshop going into a number of tools in detail in an interactive environment.

To support networking and collaboration in the evening of the first night there will be a walking tour of oxford and a sit down dinner at St Hildas College.



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Day 1 – OeRC

10:00 – Welcome - Jeroen Bergmann
10:20 – Presentations & QA:
Aaron Ceross: Digital Tools for GDPR
James Moore:
Targeted Interactive Case Study Sessions for Medical Device Entrepreneurship Education
11:15 – Break
11:35 – Presenations & QA:
Joel Berry:
A Web-Based Collaboration Tool for Clinicians and STEM Students to Translate Healthcare Innovation
Edward Meinert: Digital Activities in EIT Health
12:45 – Lunch
14:00 – Presentation & QA:
Ben Fehnert: Ctrl Group/Oxford BioDesign training modules
14:30 - Workshop Leads Overview:
Sys Zoffmann:
BioMedical Design Lean Business Platform: a tool for portfolio management of business models
Rita Hendricusdottir: Bringing medical devices to the market: introduction to the regulation
15:00 – Break
15:15 – Roundtable Sessions – (1) Local vs Global, (2) The future need-led innovator, (3) Social entrepreneurship,
16:30 – Close

1830 – Oxford Walking Tour
1930 – Dinner at
St Hildas College (Cowley Place, Oxford, OX4 1DY) in the Vernon Harcourt room. Please report to the Porters Lodge and you will be directed to the dinner.

Day 2 – Wolfson College

09:30 – Welcome - Jeroen Bergmann
09:35 – Ursula M
ühle - EIT Health
09:45 – Group work session 1
10:45 – Break
11:00 – Group work Session 2
12:00 – Lunch
12:45 – Group work Session 3
13:45 – Closing Comments
14:00 – Close

Attendees will be split into three groups based on the roundtable session from day 1 and move around each room for the following sessions:
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α) Discussion Sessions – (1) Local vs Global, (2) The future need-led innovator, (3) Social entrepreneurship

(β) Workshop session – Rita Hendricusdottir: Bringing medical devices to the market: a tool for regulatory navigation

(γ) Workshop session – Sys Zoffmann: BioMedical Design Lean Business Platform: a tool for portfolio management of business models

The BME-IDEA meetings started in 2003 at the University of Stanford to: • Review the experiences of different university programs involved in innovation, design, technology transfer and entrepreneurship in biomedical engineering education • Discuss objectives, challenges, and opportunities for further development of these programs – including industry and academic perspectives • Explore the potential for sharing resources and creating community-wide tools (e.g., web portal, national design contest, etc.) This event is made possible thanks to the support from EIT Health and EIT Health Alumni.


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7 Keble Road/Linton Road

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