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Identify the Need: Invention and Being Contrary January 22, 2003
Paul Yock    |   Stanford University
Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Speaker Series
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Video 16 of 33 from this talk
  1. 00:36
    The Accidental Entrepreneur
  2. 02:17
    Biotech Bay: The Other Silicon Valley
  3. 00:57
    Biotech: Interface Between Industry and University
  4. 01:09
    Cardiovascular Disease vs. Bioterrorism
  5. 03:08
    Beginning of Less Invasive Cardiac Techniques: Charles Dotter
  6. 01:08
    History of Balloon Angioplasty Catheter: Thomas Fogarty
  7. 01:13
    Coronary Angioplasty: Andreas Geruntzig
  8. 01:49
    Guidewire Catheter: John Simpson
  9. 02:36
    Mentoring Changed My Life
  10. 02:03
    Testing Medical Devices and Overcoming FDA Hurdles
  11. 03:14
    Restentosis and Stents: Just in Time Design
  12. 01:25
    Using Stents as Drug Delivery System
  13. 01:09
    Opportunity: How to Cover Economic Loss from Stent Use?
  14. 01:40
    Medtech: What's Going on in Region and at Stanford
  15. 03:22
    Interdisciplinary Biomed Education and Clark Center at Stanford
  16. 01:53
    Identify the Need: Invention and Being Contrary
  17. 01:14
    MedTech: Keep it Simple
  18. 02:21
    Patents Dominate MedTech
  19. 01:22
    FDA and Medicare
  20. 01:43
    Think Big and Pay Close Attention to Market Assessment
  21. 03:57
    Envisioning the Future in Medtech: Go Where the Puck Will Be
  22. 00:40
    Who Does Non-surgical Procedures?
  23. 01:20
    Medical Inventions: Physicians and Entrepreneurs in Partnership
  24. 00:51
    How are Financials for Cardiac Surgery?
  25. 01:55
    Cost vs. Price for Medical Stents?
  26. 02:18
    Future of Robotics in Minimally Invasive Surgery?
  27. 02:03
    Attributes of a Successful Entrepreneur in MedTech
  28. 02:00
    What's the Future of Medical Diagnostics?
  29. 01:18
    Who is Leading the Stent Market Today?
  30. 01:10
    Startups: How to Avoid Being Squashed by Big Companies?
  31. 01:16
    Convergence and Drug Delivery
  32. 00:59
    Medical Devices and Nanotechnology
  33. 01:16
    Scaling Technologies to the Developing World
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Description
Yock declares that the key is to identify needs correctly. He suggests that one finds an area of strong consensus among thought leaders--and then do something different.

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