USAMMDA, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, to host Industry Day in Laurel, Md. March 16
UPDATE: Deadline for preregistration has been extended through Feb. 27.
The U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity is slated to host an Advanced Medical Monitor (AMM) Industry Day in Laurel, Maryland, 8 am to 4:30 pm, March 16. Preregistration is open through Feb. 27.
The event, in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, will be an opportunity for industry representatives to learn about the USAMMDA AMM program and share information and ideas surrounding the medical monitoring field with military service leaders and product developers.
To be considered for attendance, industry representatives must be affiliated with product development companies with products that are applicable to AMM objectives. Further, in-development AMM products submitted for consideration to be featured during the AMM Industry Day must meet both technical and regulatory maturity requirements for registration approval.
A maximum of two representatives per organization will be considered after registration.
During the event, Department of Defense and other U.S. Government representatives will provide an update of the current AMM objectives and timelines. Approved industry representatives will have booth spaces for static product displays to meet and interface with DoD and non-DoD industry leaders.
For full details and to register for consideration to attend, click the following links: