The News from Here

The Neurotech Leaders Forum, which took place in San Francisco earlier this month, has always been a great opportunity for us to get updates from some of the leading neurotech firms [see Conference Report, p7]. This year, we had an opportunity to inform the industry of some new goings on at Neurotech Reports.

To begin with, we announced that Jeremy Koff has joined the editorial staff of Neurotech Reports as senior contributing editor. Jeremy has been a medical device industry consultant for many years, with particular experience and expertise in neuromodulation and neuroprosthetic devices. Based in Los Angeles, he has worked for Advanced Bionics, Boston Scientific, Bioness, and other southern California device firms.

Jeremy will be heading up a new custom publishing operation that we announced at the Leaders Forum. This new venture allows us to produce custom publications and market research on behalf of clients in the neurotech industry. Examples are industry whitepapers, clinician surveys, interviews with key opinion leaders, patient preference studies, e-books, and web and video projects. Assisting Jeremy in this effort will be senior editor Jennifer French and this editor.

We also announced that we will be updating and enhancing our Database of Neuromodulation products, which allows users to search for available and forthcoming products in a number of categories serving a number of neurological disorders. Basic information in the database will be available for free to clinicians, end-users, and vendors of neurotech products. Paid subscribers to Neurotech Business Report will receive enhanced access, which offers them more detailed information about companies and products in the industry, including regulatory and reimbursement status. To assist us in collecting information from the database, we’ve brought on Shivan Bhavnani, an experienced financial editor and analyst from New York.

Speaking of New York, we also announced we will be launching a new management and investment conference devoted to bioelectronic medicine in New York City next year. The first annual Bioelectronic Medicine Forum will take place on March 22. Watch this space for more details on the agenda and presenters.

Look for a new release of our market research report, The Market for Neurotechnology: 2018-2022, which will be published later this year. This significant update includes detailed information on several new players in the neurotechnology industry, as well as analysis of key market and technology trends. Finally, we also plan to release some new paperback titles in our Neurotech Press imprint in 2018.

For more information on any of these new activities, contact us at 415 546 1259 or editorial (at)

James Cavuoto
Editor and Publisher

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