SUMMERVILLE, S.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC) today announced an Industry Day and Membership Meeting to outline project opportunities and how to participate in them. The Industry Day will take place Tuesday, March 1st at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, Va. MTEC is a newly formed biomedical consortium collaborating with the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) to advance state-of-the-art technology and improve medical practice.
The first portion of the day will be open to the public with the remainder reserved for members only. Members who join the non-profit consortium by February 26, 2016, will be included in all Industry Day sessions. For membership information, visit http://www.mtec-sc.org/#howtojoin2.
During the morning session, MTEC representatives will give an overview of the MTEC program and its operations, including the project solicitation process. The day will also include several speakers from the USAMRMC. Current speakers include:
• Dr. Tony D. Gover, Civilian Deputy Director of Clinical and Rehabilitative Medicine Research Program
• Dr. Pamela Brown-Baer, Clinical and Rehabilitative Medicine Research Program
• Dr. Lloyd Rose, Clinical and Rehabilitative Medicine Research Program
• Dr. Jonathan Miller, Officer of the Principal Assistant for Research & Technology
• Dr. James Phillips, Program Manager of Medical Technology Support Center
“This will be an opportunity to inform membership of current project opportunities and to hear and speak with USAMRMC representatives directly involved with MTEC,” said MTEC Executive Director and SCRA Senior Business Developer Stacey Lindbergh. “We look forward to a great event.”
For further event details, visit http://www.mtec-sc.org/#events.
MTEC, an SCRA-led consortium, is a newly formed biomedical consortium collaborating with the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) to advance state-of-the-art technology and improve medical practice. The consortium works to advance:
• Prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of military infectious disease.
• Care of combat casualties.
• Support for military operational medicine.
• Support for clinical and rehabilitative medicine.
• Support for medical training and health information sciences.
• Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease and injury from chemical and biological agents and radiation.