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Founded Year

2017

Stage

Unattributed | Alive

Total Raised

$430K

Last Raised

$430K | 3 yrs ago

About X-Biomedical

X-Biomedical is a Wayne, PA-based medical devices firm focused on surgical visualization.

X-Biomedical Headquarter Location

435 Devon Park Drive 700 Building

Wayne, Pennsylvania, 19087,

United States

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WIRED Health 2020 agenda and speakers

Mar 4, 2020

Greg Williams, Editor of WIRED, will kick off the morning and introduce the first speaker for the day, Godfrey Nazareth who will share how he is crushing ALS with exponential technology. Nazareth is the President and CEO of X-Biomedical, Inc. and on a more personal note, he is proactively battling classical ALS. Advertisement Following Nazareth, one of the most influential biotech entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley, Robert Hariri, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Celularity, will discuss the revolutionary cell therapy that can treat cancer, autoimmune disorders and delay ageing. Read more about Robert’s story in WIRED's article here . Mei Mei Hu, Co-founder and CEO of United Neuroscience will then discuss her company's work in developing a vaccine for Alzheimer's. Learn more about Hu's progress with the vaccine here . WIRED Health explores the innovation revolutionising healthcare methods. Edward Chang, a neurosurgeon from UC San Francisco, will tell us about research developed in collaboration with Facebook Reality Labs that has helped lead to successful translation of brain activity into speech. Sarah Garfinkel, Professor of Clinical and Affective Neuroscience, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, will get into the neurological side of human emotion, exploring the science inside our hearts and minds. Mark Slack, Co-founder and Chief Medical Officer, CMR Surgical will talk about his company's surgical-robot system Versius – its robotic arms can carry out minimally invasive keyhole surgeries and procedures. Samuel Tisherman, Professor of Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine, RA Cowley Shock Trauma Center will share more details about the clinical trials he is leading, which are designed to improve the survival rates of gunshot and stab victims. Read about the cooling technique here . Read next WIRED Health 2019 post-show roundup Of course, no healthcare event can ignore the current COVID-19 outbreak, and two of our speakers will tackle that issue. Joanna Shields, CEO of Benevolent AI, will tell us how the company is using machine learning to better understand the novel coronavirus. Further, Heidi Larson, Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project and one of the key figures in the deployment of the Ebola vaccine, will talk about how the anti-vaccine movement spreads – and how to stop it. One of the core themes this year is around artificial intelligence and its application within the healthcare industry. Indra Joshi, Director of AI, NHSX, will share how the NHS is going digital. Martin Varsavsky, CEO of Overture Life, will discuss how he is working to automate the embryology lab. Maja Pantic – one of the world's leading experts in the research on machine understanding of human behaviour – will reveal the extent of machines understanding our emotions. Nira Goren, Senior Clinician Strategist at Google Health, will talk about how the technology giant is using AI in health. As much as it is about technology, WIRED Health also looks at the realities of care for doctors and patients. Rachel Clarke, who specialises in palliative medicine for the National Health Service, also authored Dear Life, which shares a perspective on love and loss at the end of life. The event also puts a spotlight on some of the most important topics impacting everyone in the world. Beth Gardiner, Journalist and author of CHOKED, will talk about the grave impact of pollution and how the air we are breathing is killing us. And Angela Saini, award-winning science journalist and broadcaster, will explore the murky history of race science. WIRED is delighted to work with its knowledge partners, EY, HONOR, ISG and Roche Pharmaceuticals. Teresa Graham and Hans Trees from Roche Pharmaceuticals will lead a keynote and the lunch workshop. Pamela Spence from EY will tell the audience about the five key trends in healthcare. Advertisement View the agenda here . Since its launch in 2012, WIRED Health continues to connect innovators with influencers and to inspire business decision-makers, entrepreneurs and medical professionals with its editorially-curated agenda and interactive Test Lab. Join us for a day of inspiration and trend-exploring at WIRED Health - book now . Learn more about WIRED Health 2020 and discover the trends revolutionising healthcare – taking place March 2020 in London, UK. ByWIRED

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X-Biomedical Patents

X-Biomedical has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Embryology of urogenital system
  • Interferometers
  • Optical devices
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