Plastics in Medical Devices 2014

Cleveland, Ohio
Tuesday, May 06, 2014


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Plastics in Medical Devices 2014

Tuesday, May 06, 2014 - Thursday, May 08, 2014

Cleveland Convention Center
300 Lakeside Ave
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
United States

Mallory Decker

(313) 446-6794

Angie DeRosa
(313) 446-0445

Brennan Lafferty
(313) 446-6768


Nicole LaPointe
(313) 446-6078

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Plastics ​in ​Medical ​Devices ​2014 ​will ​be ​held ​May ​6-8 ​at ​the ​new ​Cleveland ​Convention ​Center, ​adjacent ​to ​the ​Global ​Center ​for ​Health ​Innovation, ​which ​is ​the ​only ​facility ​in ​the ​world ​that ​displays ​the ​future ​of ​health ​and ​healthcare ​on ​four ​themed ​floors.

Innovation ​in ​healthcare ​and ​bringing ​the ​latest ​information ​to ​the ​plastics ​industry ​is ​what ​Plastics ​News ​is ​focused ​on. ​Now ​in ​its ​fifth ​year, ​Plastics ​in ​Medical ​Devices ​2014 ​will ​build ​on ​the ​success ​of ​the ​previous ​events.

What ​you ​can ​expect:

Cutting ​edge ​technologies ​and ​access ​to ​state-of-the-art ​facilities. ​The ​2014 ​conference ​features ​a ​tour ​of ​Medical ​Device ​Solutions ​at ​the ​world-renowned ​Cleveland ​Clinic ​Foundation. ​The ​MDS ​group ​is ​within ​the ​Lerner ​Research ​Institute ​and ​features ​polymer ​labs, ​3D ​printing ​and ​a ​machine ​shop ​where ​researchers ​and ​engineers ​create ​medical ​devices ​used ​at ​the ​Clinic ​every ​day.

Click ​here ​to ​watch ​a ​video ​about ​the ​MDS ​group.

Expert ​speakers ​and ​unique ​networking. ​Plastics ​in ​Medical ​Devices ​engages ​each ​part ​of ​the ​supply ​chain, ​but ​it ​goes ​beyond ​in ​engaging ​leading ​medical ​researchers, ​device ​manufacturers, ​regulatory ​experts, ​plastics ​processors ​and ​materials ​suppliers.

Watch ​this ​site ​for ​program ​developments.