WAMIII Virtual Talk Series On-Demand

Browse all of the recorded sessions for the WAMIIII Virtual Talk Series - or view by topic. All of the sessions provide insight on the latest innovations from Industry experts either by presentations or a moderated panel. 

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The challenges and practical applications of new and emerging trends for sensors used in medical/health/fitness devices. 

Session 3:  01 April 2020
Cracking the Code on Medication Adherence with an Ingestible Sensor

Session 4:  03 April 2020
Overview of Medical Device Communication Test Methods and the NIST Test Framework

  • John J. Garguilo - Supervisory Computer Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Session 6:  16 April 2020
Unique Device Identification (UDI) Across The Device Landscape

Session 7:  17 April 2020
Self-Powered Wearable Devices and Sensing Systems from the ASSIST ERC

  • Adam Curry - Innovation Ecosystem Director, Center for Advanced Self-Powered Systems of Integrated Sensors and Technologies (ASSIST)

Session 10:  11 June 2020
The Open Wearables Initiative: Helping Realize the Potential of Wearables to Revolutionize Clinical Trials

Session 11:  18 June 2020
Wearable Computing Systems based on Body Sensor Networks: State-of-the-Art and Future Research Challenges

Critical issues, threats and obstacles in connected wireless medical devices. Learn about various case studies and how to address these challenges.

Session 1:  26 March 2020
Blockchain and smart contract security in practice

Session 5:  03 April 2020
TIPPSS for Connected Healthcare - Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety, Security

Session 8:  30 April 2020
What Medical Device Vendors Can Learn From Past Cybersecurity Vulnerability Disclosures

Accelerating drug development and achieving true patient inclusion by enabling trust and validation of technologies for clinical trials at the home through new industry standards..

Session 12:  29 July 2020 Tech and Data Harmonization for Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCTs): Challenges and Opportunities

Session 13:  12 August 2020
Technology and Institutional Review Board (IRB) Considerations for Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCT)

Session 14:  27 August 2020
Achieving Inclusion, Diversity and Quality in Patient Recruitment with Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCTs)

  • Shelly Barnes -  GCSO Innovation, UCB Pharma
  • Basker Gummadi - Director Technology and Innovation at Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • Moderator: Melissa Swoope - Sr. Manager II, Specialty Pharmacy Clinical Program Development & Outcomes, Walmart  

Session 15:  9 September 2020
Patient Safety and Privacy for Decentralized Clinical Trials

Session 17:  12 October 2020
Practical Implications for Data Interoperability and Use of Blockchain in Decentralized Clinical Trials 

The development of evidence-based therapeutic interventions driven by high-quality software programs to prevent, manage, or treat a medical disorder or disease.
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Enabling certification and authentication of online innovative software programs that help patients monitor, track and report on their biometric both in clinical and commercial domains.
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Developing responsible solutions for providing the right for patients to consent to share and transact their health data.

Session 9:  08 June 2020
The Great Migration Online: Connected Health and Wellness in a Challenged Cyberspace

  • Nicholas Napp - Founder, Xmark Labs & Steering Committee Member, IEEE Digital Reality Initiative
  • Monique Morrow - Senior Distinguished Architect, Emerging Technologies, Syniverse
  • Dr. Becky Inkster - Neuroscientist; The Lancet Digital Health, International Advisory Board Member
  • Moderator: Greg Adamson - Chair, IEEE SA Digital Inclusion Identity, Trust & Agency Industry Connections Program

Session 16:  22 September 2020
Mental Health & Resilience - Supporting Health, Wellness, Identity & Agency During COVID-19

Minimizing the security and privacy vulnerabilities in the use of connected wireless medical devices in, around and on the patient autonomously harvesting data and dispersing it throughout the healthcare ecosystem.
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Understanding the benefits and need for autonomous robotics, artificial intelligence, robotics, and information engineering to help advance healthcare.

Session 2:  27 March 2020
The Knowledge Model

Addressing today's challenges of remote healthcare delivery to realize the future of mobilized healthcare comprising a robust, private, connected bioinformatics highway.

Session 18:  29 October 2020
Quantum-Safe Security Solutions for Remote Patient Monitoring and Telehealth

  • Maëva Ghonda - ATARC Chair, IEEE Quantum Security Working Group Chair
  • Bruno Huttner - Director of Strategic Quantum Initiatives, ID Quantique

Session 19:  18 November 2020
NIST NCCoE Securing Telehealth Remote Patient Monitoring 

  • Jennifer Cawthra - NIST Principal Investigator
  • Sue Wang - NCCoE/MITRE Principal Cybersecurity Engineer
  • Moderator: Maëva Ghonda - ATARC Chair, IEEE Quantum Security Working Group Chair