Mark A. Farber, MD | Custom Medical Device Manufacturing, Durability and the Future of Med Device Tech
Who is Mark Farber?
Have you ever wondered how medical device companies develop their products? Therefore this episode is for you!
For almost 20 years, Mark Farber has worked as a physician consultant assisting medical device businesses in the development of their products. He is also the Chief surgeon within the Division of Vascular Surgery at the University of North Carolina (or UNC for short), Program Director of the Vascular Surgery Fellowship, and a Professor of Surgery at the UNC School of Medicine.
Join our conversation in this episode to hear Dr. Farber’s suggestions for how medical device engineering as well as MFG teams can enhance their process for developing successful products.
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