April 18–19, 2018Boston Convention & Exhibition CenterBoston, MA

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Gregg A. JacksonDirector, Business DevelopmentGershon MedTech

Over 25 years’ experience in Business Development, Sales and Marketing Support and Training, Program and Project Management, and Product Development, with a value to business such as: turnarounds, innovation, transformations and creation of breakthroughs. Mr. Jackson is a true visionary, strategic thinker, and implementer, dedicated and focused on bottom line results for successful business growth and expansion, and specifically Commercialization.

Recently relocated to the East Coast, he is well known on the West Coast and beyond for his successful Business Development, Program Management, commercialization and entrepreneurial work at startup, small, medium and large companies. As the a founding team member of Channel MedSystems, Barrett's MedSystems, EE Tech, and Physiocue, he brought his large company experience to these start ups to help them move into clinical usage and funding. He’s also had significant roles with exits at the world's most successful medical device blockbuster ACS/Eli Lilly IPO to Guidant (later acquired by Abbott for $27B), and a huge bay area success. Previous positions included: St. Francis Medical Technologies (acquired by Kyphon for $725M which was shortly later acquired by Medtronic for over $4B). He was also consulting as the Acting Director of R&D for N-Spine in San Diego, helping them to get ready for the acquisition by Synthes ($40-60M), and Arthrocare (acquired by Smith and Nephew).

Most recently he was on the Advisory Board for Ziteo Medical and served as an advisor in the FAST/CLSA program; and also relocated to NY to continue his focus on Telehealth, Telemedicine and Digital Medicine. Mr. Jackson and his affiliates utilize an extensive background in Business Development, Program Management, R&D, Organizational Development and Transformation, Training, Process and Contract Manufacturing for the development, launch, distribution and commercialization of Medical Devices, Biotech, digital health, mobile-health, clinically used, and hospital based technology, including but not limited to: implants, minimally invasive, drug delivery, catheter-based, orthopedic, spine, aseptic fill, cardiovascular, diagnostic, and ablation technologies.

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