The 2017 symposium, held on March 22 at ASU's Old Main Building, focused on innovation in the health sector and impacts on the value chain and supply chains in medical device and pharmaceutical industries.
Participants included our very own Eric Miller; Genco's Kevin McPherson, who is working on the design of strategies to enhance traditional pathways for moving products to patients; Kent Dicks, who at Life365 is bringing applications into the home; and Michael Nagle, Vomaris Innovations, Inc., who is bringing advanced wound healing through its bioelectric platform across multiple supply chain channels.
Every year PADT partners with AZ SCITECH to promote and celebrate Arizona's STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) programs!
On March 2nd, we opened our doors to the community to provide an inside look at what our engineers do all day, as well as a first-hand display of the capabilities of innovative technology such as 3D Printing and Simulation. The goal of our open house is to promote interest in STEAM education.
Please join Phoenix Analysis and Design Technologies in welcoming our new engineering services business development manager, John Williams. He will be an integral part of our growth in helping customers turn their innovations into real products through our advanced engineering capabilities, flexible project management skills and careful vendor selection process.
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