“DDW is the largest annual gathering of surgeons, hepatologists, and gastroenterologists from around the world. The breadth of content covered — from liver to pancreas to colorectal — ensures that every attendee, no matter their specialty, type of practice, or level of experience will benefit from the program. For trainees as well as practicing surgeons, it offers a multitude of opportunities for learning and networking.” – Jennifer Tseng, MD and Miriam Eskander, MD
T3 Labs is looking forward to attending DDW 2016 next week in San Diego. We always gain new knowledge at DDW that advances our ability to deliver preclinical testing and training excellence for general, GI and urological surgeons and those that support them.
Some of the top sessions we look forward to attending include Use of Animal Models to Understand IBD, New Therapies for Obesity: Pre-Clinical and Clinical and also Comprehensive Obesity Management: Devices, Diets and Lifestyle.
When it comes to general surgery including GI, hepatology, urology, endoscopy and the devices that support the surgeons and procedures and the training associated with those devices, T3 Labs provides the highest levels of preclinical testing and training. T3 Labs is an industry leading preclinical CRO committed to excellence in translational research including preclinical gastro, GI and urology research. After all, our program leaders are scientists, too.
We know GLP.
Our AAALAC accredited preclinical CRO has archived more than 50 GLP studies across all program areas from which more than 30 medical devices have achieved regulatory approval. GLP in 8 days? Yes, it’s possible.
We have the equipment and capabilities you need.
We provide preclinical medical device testing and training models crucial to successful innovation in general surgery, GI and urology devices in models including: colon resection and defect repair, bariatric surgery, robotic surgery, wound healing (organ laceration), stenting and interventional radiology (embolics for liver and kidney).
T3 Labs has the medical imaging, equipment and expertise needed to accelerate and maximize your investment in preclinical testing or training programs for general surgeons and their allied professional partners.
You need a trusted partner in preclinical and surgical training.
“Programs at T3 Labs are professionally composed, orchestrated, and performed at a high level of value,” Marc Bolton, clinical education specialist and team lead for national resident programming with Applied Medical told us. “I need a facility with reliable, knowledgeable scientific experts on staff and equipment that replicates what surgeons experience when it matters most in the OR to improve their practice. At the conclusion of every program [at T3 Labs], we depart with a great brand name.”
Given the volume of opportunities DDW affords attendees, check out the available planning resources.
Are you evaluating your device’s readiness for preclinical testing, need valuable feedback from clinicians, or the very best in surgical training? Or do you just want to talk about the latest in medtech innovation for general surgery, gastro/GI and urology? We want to connect with you at DDW 2016.
Contact Program Manager Matthew Elder via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (404) 251-0600.