A Risk-Reducing Approach to Complex Client Engagements

We've all been there – a difficult project with changing client needs. Triple Ring Technologies, a technology and product creation firm for clients in regulated industries, will describe how complex projects are structured for leading-edge research and development engagements. Using risk reduction techniques tailored to projects involving innovative technologies covering a variety of regulated industries, this event presents an excellent learning and networking activity for consultants and those involved in the medical devices and instrumentation sector and associated high technology areas. Please join us for an interactive discussion and a tour of what's brewing at Triple Ring's labs.

Please note that this event differs from our regular PATCA monthly meeting in that it's being held at the Newark campus of our host Triple Ring Technologies, and attendance is free. Light food and beverages provided. Please join us for an insightful presentation and excellent networking opportunity.

 

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REGISTRATION: RSVP Requested by Tuesday, May 7 at 5 PM. Late Registration and Walk-Ins Welcome.

**VENUE DETAILS: Triple Ring Technologies, 39655 Eureka Dr., Newark, CA 94560 (from I880 take Stevenson exit North towards the Bay about 1.5 miles)

COSTS: hosted/free event

MENU: appetizers and beverages to be served

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Hosts:

Brian Wilfley, Ph.D., Director, Chief Scientist

Dr. Brian Wilfley has over 20 years of experience leading development efforts for medical device and instrumentation companies. He has held senior scientific and engineering positions with Resonex, Inc., Park Scientific, Inc., Signature Bioscience, Inc., and NexRay, Inc.

Combining a broad theoretical background with a highly developed experimental sense, Brian has experience across the full range of challenges encountered in developing complex measurement-based products. He is able to support the basic research and development of measurement-based equipment, as well as the detailed engineering required to implement it. His experience ranges from magnetism to x-rays, and includes a broad array of applications including biotech instrumentation, medical imaging, and optical inspection.

Brian is a co-inventor of six issued patents and has authored a number of technical papers. He received his AB in Physics from the University of California at Berkeley and his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of California at San Diego.

 

Amish Parashar, Director of Innovation & Strategy

Amish Parashar's experience includes leading innovative teams, creating new products, teaching innovation, and advising inventors and entrepreneurs. He has served as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at CONNECT (San Diego), is a founder of three start-ups, and a founder and board member of a global non-profit organization. His efforts have spanned four continents and include medical devices, safety products, and electric vehicles (all of which have been sold internationally).

Amish is a named inventor on several patents (granted and pending) and has published in cardiac surgery, aerospace, and business. He is a frequent lecturer and has held teaching appointments at Dartmouth College, UC San Diego, and Stanford University. He is currently a faculty member and advisor on Innovation at Singularity University. Amish holds an BA in Engineering Sciences from Dartmouth College, a BE in Biomedical Engineering from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College, and a MSc in Public Health (focus on Health Technology Evaluation) from the University of London. He was recently named as a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health.

 

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    Looking forward to meeting you

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