In the last 50 years, there has been nearly no progress on dialysis technology. But finally, the tables are turning. International experts from the technological as well as the medical worlds are joining forces to develop systems that will improve the lives of millions.
Want to eavesdrop on how they see the future of renal therapy? Watch the full video of the online ASAIO-IFAO KIDNEW meeting which was hosted by imec on June 12, 2020.
KIDNEW stands for ‘Kidney Implant Development NEtwork Worldwide’. The meeting was attended by an international group of nephrologists and technologists, policy makers and patient advocates, and members from regulatory institutions and the scientific press.
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Here’s an overview of the speakers and topics. The time indications help you to quickly jump to the respective presentation.
- An International Roadmap for Innovative Renal Replacement Therapy
Murray Sheldon, FDA, USA
- The Kidney Project
Shuvo Roy, UCSF, USA
- Development of New Artificial Kidney Technology
Jamie Hestekin, US Kidney Research Corporation, UCLA & Univ. of Arkansas, USA
- Ambulatory Kidney to Improve Vitality (AKTIV)
Buddy Ratner, University of Washington & Center for Dialysis Innovation, USA
- The (Re)building of a Kidney Consortium
Iain Drummond, Mount Desert Island Biological Lab, USA
- Implantable Blood Purification Devices
Morteza Ahmadi, Qidni, Canada
- Membranes for (Bio)Artificial Kidney Devices
Dimitrios Stamatialis, University of Twente, Netherlands
- Regenerative Medicine Crossing Borders - RegMed XB: The Kidney Moonshot
Marianne Verhaar, Utrecht University Medical Center
- Update on NeoKidney Consortium & KIDNEW
Fokko Wieringa, imec & Dutch Kidney Foundation
- Experiences from Semiconductor Roadmapping &
Getting Disruptive Medical Technology Running
Patrick de Jager, ASML
- Wrap-up Discussion & Action Points
Steve Ash, Fokko Wieringa, Murray Sheldon, Chairing panel
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