Peter Verrillo, Founder and CEO, Enhatch
Peter Verrillo is the Founder and CEO of Enhatch, the Intelligent Surgery Company. Enhatch is building the future of surgery and the medical device industry, harnessing artificial intelligence to deliver a safer, faster and more accurate clinical outcome through the entire surgical experience. Before Enhatch, Mr. Verrillo launched multiple billion-dollar product lines in the orthopedic industry and also holds several seminal patents in joint arthroplasty. He graduated from Stevens Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Engineering.
Benjamin Johnson, VP of Portfolio & Regulatory, 3D Systems
Ben Johnson’s career spans more than two decades focused on the development and commercialization of innovative medical devices. He joined 3D Systems in 2015 through the acquisition of Medical Modeling, and has held progressive roles in operations, product development, regulatory and marketing. Mr. Johnson currently serves as a leader in the Healthcare Solutions Group as the Vice President of Portfolio & Regulatory.
Joseph Lipman, Director of Device Development, HSS
Joseph Lipman is the Director of Device Development at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS). He has over 30 years of medical research and device development experience and has worked with multiple services at HSS, including Adult Hip and Knee Replacement, Foot and Ankle, Hand and Upper Extremity, Hip Preservation, Spine and Sports Medicine. In working with these services and the Biomechanics department, he has contributed to the development of implants that have been licensed to several orthopedic companies and are sold worldwide. Mr. Lipman is a named inventor on 25 U.S. patents and has multiple publications in the medical device area.
John Slamin, CTO, Conformis
As Chief Technology Officer at Conformis, Mr. Slamin is responsible for overseeing all research and development activities related to the knee product line. He also has additional responsibility for overseeing the regulatory activities and all software development activities. Before Conformis, Mr. Slamin spent 33 years in research & development at Johnson & Johnson's Orthopaedic Division, now DePuy Synthes. Mr. Slamin is the holder of 29 patents related to orthopedic implant engineering.