SmartTab Will Present At The Digital Medicine & Medtech Showcase 2020
By Sacha Heppell - December 17, 2019
SmartTab™ announced that it will be presenting the wireless drug delivery system on January 15th to a crowd of strategic pharmaceutical med tech, med device and institutional companies to discuss the successful completion of pre-clinical animal studies. Digital Medicine & Medtech Showcase™ 2020, to be held January 13–15, during the most important week in healthcare at the Parc 55 – A Hilton Hotel in San Francisco.
Robert Niichel, Founder and CEO of Velóce Digital Health will take the stage to share about the possibilities of precision medicine and the wireless ingestible capsule. Discover how SmartTab™ can improve drug delivery and help people lead better lives.
"The last decade has been a decade around wearables. The next decade will be the decade around ingestibles, swallables, insideables, as they call it."
Robert Niichel, Founder//CEO of SmartTab
Robert Niichel will present the Wireless Ingestible Capsule at Digital Medicine & Medtech Showcase as Follows:
Date: Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Time: 10:45am PST
Room: Davidson (Level 4)
Venue: Parc 55 – A Hilton Hotel, 55 Cyril Magnin Street, San Francisco, CA (United States)
Digital Medicine & Medtech Showcase, produced by Demy-Colton and EBD Group, is an investor conference focused on driving advances in therapeutic development by providing a sophisticated networking platform for executives and investors that fosters investment and partnership opportunities. The conference takes place each year during the course of one of the industry's largest gatherings and busiest weeks. 4,500 life science leaders, scientists and innovators.
“We are delighted that SmartTab will be presenting at Digital Medicine & Medtech
showcase this year.”
-Sara Demy, CEO of Demy-Colton
Targeted Drug Delivery
A clear path to commercialization
TargetTab™ an ingestible capsule for wireless, targeted drug delivery. The first application of the SmartTab Platform for Crohn's and other GI related diseases.