Broadcast One

Wed, May 17

  • Los Angeles: 8.00
  • New York: 11.00
  • London: 16.00
  • Paris: 17.00
Broadcast Two

Tues, May 23

  • London: 8.00
  • Paris: 9.00

Accessing an encyclopedia of medical materials and regulatory data


Join this web seminar on Wednesday, May 17 to find out about the leading database for medical materials information, used by by hundreds of researchers, scientists, and engineers worldwide.

During this webinar, you will see inside the ASM Medical Materials Database, a unique resource of regularly-updated information from authoritative sources including the FDA. See how you could benefit from comprehensive coverage of hundreds of materials, coatings, and drugs, including engineering property and biomedical response data, and links to related medical device approvals and recall information.

  • If you're working in industry, understand how your company could use the ASM Medical Materials Database throughout the product lifecycle, in materials research, product development, or to support regulatory submissions.
  • If you work in a university, see how the database provides a rich resource for research and advanced teaching in bio engineering, either as a standalone resource, or in combination with Granta's CES EduPack (teaching) or CES Selector (materials selection) software.

The Materials for Medical Devices database - homepage

Who should attend?

  • Engineers and scientists involved in materials selection and understanding materials information for medical device approvals
  • Regulatory scientists needing access to referenced information about materials, predicate devices, and recalls data
  • Professors and researchers at Biomedical universities

About the presenter

Dr Sarah Egan is Product Manager of Granta’s data products, specializing in the compilation and application of materials data across all engineering disciplines. Prior to this, Dr Egan was Product Manager for the Medical Device industries at Granta and has been actively involved in the development of the ASM Medical Materials database for over 9 years. Dr Egan has a PhD in Biomaterials from the University of Cambridge and an MEng in Materials Engineering in Medicine from Queen Mary, University of London.