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How Much Are You Involved in CM&S? Help Us in a Survey

By MedTech Intelligence Staff
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Participate in our new survey and have a chance to win complimentary access to the Computer Modeling & Simulation Virtual Conference on January 27–28, 2021.

As Computer Modeling & Simulation continues to advance with involvement in nearly all aspects of medical device development — from concept to submission to post-market surveillance — your input will help MedTech Intelligence benchmark current CM&S applications for Medical Device development and commercialization.

We invite you to share your knowledge and expertise by completing our industry survey. Your answers will provide first-hand insight to MedTech Intelligence that be shared through an article on the topic, and discussed during our CM&S Virtual Seminar in January.

As a thank you for participating, MTI will enter you in a chance to win complimentary access to the virtual event — Computer Modeling & Simulation Virtual Conference — on January 27-28, 2021. The two-day conference features experts in CM&S, including six representatives from FDA.

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