Presented by Trinseo
Join us live Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 10AM EDT (New York)
Join Trinseo and our guest speaker Uri Baruch, of Cambridge Design Partnership, live on Thursday, November 2 from 10:00 to 11:00 EST as we discuss the challenges of designing tomorrow’s drug delivery devices. We’ll be examining real-world design challenges faced by companies ranging from large multinationals to small innovative start-ups to see what worked well – and what didn’t. And we’ll be sharing our top tips on how to get your choice of design and materials right the first time – to speed up regulatory compliance and market acceptance.
About Cambridge Design Partnership
Cambridge Design Partnership (CDP) is a technology and product design firm focused on helping clients grow their businesses. For more than 20 years, some of the world’s largest companies have trusted CDP to develop their most important innovations. Located in both Cambridge (UK) and Palo Alto, California (US), CDP specializes in the healthcare, consumer products, energy and industrial equipment markets. Its multidisciplinary staff has the expert knowledge to identify opportunities and tackle the challenges its clients face.
Trinseo is a global materials solutions provider and manufacturer of plastics, latex binders, and synthetic rubber. We are focused on delivering innovative and sustainable solutions to help our customers in a variety of end-markets create products that are intrinsic to our lives. Trinseo’s Consumer Essential Markets unit provides performance plastics to the Medical Device industry advocating preselecting plastics in the product design process to ensure efficacy, safety and marketplace acceptance.
Cambridge Design Partnership
Uri Baruch heads up the drug delivery team at Cambridge Design Partnership, where he has led a variety of design projects including an award-winning needle safety device, an emergency auto-injector, pen injectors, and packaging design for delivery devices and inhalation products. These projects included compiling design history files and led to successful submissions to both the Food and Drug Administration and the European Medicines Agency in several submission categories.
Uri has a master’s degree in engineering from the IIT, where he specialised in MEMS design and materials engineering. He has worked in a variety of industries including aerospace and defence, medical devices, automotive and inkjet. He has extensive knowledge of design for manufacturing and process design and has been involved in setting up and transferring several production lines around the world in the automotive, inkjet and medical devices sectors.
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