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June 17, 2020

2020 Rosenman Innovators

2020 Rosenman Innovators

SDIP Innovations was selected to be one of the 2020 Rosenman Innovators. The UCSF Rosenman Institute provides startups with expertise and mentorship from stakeholders across the healthcare industry.

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May 8, 2020

BIO 2020 Start-Up Stadium Finalist

BIO 2020 Start-Up Stadium Finalist

SDIP Innovations has been selected as a finalist for the prestigious national Start-Up Stadium competition organized by BIO, the world's largest biotech trade association.

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February 24, 2020

Fred Dinger

Fred Dinger

We are proud to announce that Fred Dinger has joined to SDIP Innovations. Fred has more than 25 years’ experience with both large and start-up medical device companies. He was the CEO of OsteoBiologics Inc., a bioresorbable implant start-up sold to Smith & Nephews. He is the CEO of Arin Medical. Fred was CEO of 3 start-ups creating hundreds of million dollars in acquisition value.

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February 20, 2020

Cannon Quality Panel Discussion

Cannon Quality Panel Discussion

Our CEO Dr Maryam Parviz was one of the panellist at Cannon Quality Group Panel Discussion on manufacturing in Redwood City. Attendees got the benefit of a lot of experience from both the supplier side and the developer side on keys to successful collaboration.

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September 23, 2019

AdvaMed Conference, Boston

AdvaMed Conference, Boston

SDIP was among the MTP Connect delegates participating in MedTech conference in Boston from September 23–25, 2019. More than 3,300 of the world’s top MedTech executives gathered in Boston, MA, for the leading event in health industry — The MedTech Conference.

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April 1, 2019

NSW-UCSF Rosenman/QB3 Award

NSW-UCSF Rosenman/QB3 Award

Minister for Health and Minister for Medical Research, the Hon. Brad Hazzard, announced the inaugural winners of two prestigious international commercialization scholarships; Dr Maryam Parviz and Dr Iman Manavitehrani (SDIP`s founders). This award enables SDIP`s founders to spend two years in San Francisco at QB3, a life science innovation and entrepreneurship accelerator, the University of California’s hub. The scholarship will also cover product development costs and will give the founders access to mentoring and networking opportunities.

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