The HealthTech Venture Network proudly welcomes Holly Rockweiler, M.S., as speaker on “Implementing Technology Solutions in Women’s Health.” Held from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., this discussion illuminates the audience on innovations in women’s health – from software solutions to biotech and medical devices – as we explore the current state and future of healthcare technology specifically designed for women.
Rockweiler is co-founder and CEO of Madorra, a women’s health company dedicated to changing the treatment paradigm for vaginal dryness.
Rockweiler co-founded Madorra three years ago as a spin-out of the Stanford Biodesign Fellowship. Prior to Biodesign, she worked as a senior research scientist in the Cardiac Rhythm Management division of Boston Scientific. There, she co-developed a new sensing algorithm for cardiac resynchronization therapy that enables more efficient care for patients living with heart failure. Her work has led to 15 pending and issued patents. Rockweiler holds a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science in biomedical engineering from Washington University in St. Louis.
Register now for a day of innovation and progressive healthtech discussion with a spotlight on female entrepreneurs in the industry. General Admission tickets will be sold until October 2nd.
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