Lecture: “OregonHeart: Developing a total artificial heart,” May 28

The Knight Cardiovascular Institute invites you to attend “OregonHeart: Developing a total artificial heart,” a lecture providing an overview of the KCVI’s new company aimed at developing a successful total artificial heart device to treat patients with end-stage heart failure. OregonHeart’s Chief Scientific Officer and renowned inventor of the Hemopump, Richard Wampler, will present, along with other company representatives and OHSU faculty collaborators.

Thursday, May 28, 2015
5 to 6:30 p.m.
Collaborative Life Sciences Building, room 2S060

Light reception to follow.

One response to “Lecture: “OregonHeart: Developing a total artificial heart,” May 28

  1. This presentation is intended to provide an overview of this remarkable project, and to inform regarding the disease, heart pumps, and early-stage medical device ventures. It will also include:
    -Dr. Albert Starr; vision and goals
    -Dr. Howard Song & Dr. Jim Mudd; application of mechanical circulatory support in end-stage heart failure, role of artificial heart in therapy
    -Bob Benkowski; medical device development
    -Clyde Taylor; the Company and business issues relevant to commercial device development.

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