If you design medical devices and want to learn more about electronics, then join us on Design News Radio Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 2:00 p.m. EST.
"Embedded Angles for Medical Products" (register here) will consist of a live, streaming audio and online chat.
The Internet radio show will take place in the first half hour. Our guest will be Steven Dean, global healthcare segment lead for Freescale Semiconductor. An electronics engineer with more than 25 years of experience in the medical device and semiconductor fields, Dean will discuss the role of electronics in medical devices, ranging from heart monitoring systems to imaging machinery. He'll examine recent advances in semiconductor devices, and he will talk about how those advancements are leading to a new breed of medical products.
During our interview, you'll be able to type your questions for Dean via an instant chat window. We'll work some of those questions into our live discussion. At the half-hour mark, the radio portion will end, and Dean will engage listeners via the instant chat for an additional 30 minutes.
We invite you to register for "Embedded Angles for Medical Products" here, and we hope you enjoy the broadcast.
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