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Medtech experts Dr. Bill Hunter and Dr. Cambre Kelly have both successfully introduced multiple technologies to market.
Bringing New Technologies to Medtech


Oct 21, 2021 09:31 AM

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Dr. Bill Hunter
President & CEO @Canary Medical Inc.
A former practicing physician, Bill Hunter has spent his career examining ways to make medical devices safer, “smarter” and more effective. His latest venture, Canary Medical, utilizes implanted sensor technology to enable medical devices to “self-report” on function, activity, wear, complications, and patient outcomes. Persona IQ, the world’s first “smart” orthopaedic implant, combines Zimmer Biomet’s market-leading Persona total knee system with Canary’s intelligent canturio™ tibial extension. Approved by the FDA in August 2021, Persona IQ passively collects and reports objective metrics such as activity, gait, function, and joint range of motion to patients and their care teams for up to 10 years. While in medical school, he co-founded Angiotech Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:ANPI), served as CEO (1992-2011), and grew the Company into a profitable, diversified, device company with over 1,400 employees. From 2012-2019, Bill served as CEO of Correvio Pharma Corp (NASDAQ: CORV).
Dr. Cambre Kelly
Co-Founder and VP of Research and Technology @restor3d
Dr. Cambre Kelly is biomedical engineer, medical device entrepreneur, and additive manufacturing enthusiast. Cambre’s passion is working at the intersection of advanced technology and medicine, having worked at numerous early and mid-stage MedTech companies translating and commercializing innovative medical devices. Cambre is an inventor on numerous patents and has commercialized multiple medical device products which have impacted thousands of patients. As a co-founder of and Vice President of Research and Technology at restor3d, she leads all research and advanced development projects.
Scott Phillips
Founder and CEO @StarFish Medical
Scott holds a degree in Engineering Physics from the University of British Columbia. Prior to starting StarFish, he worked in diverse areas such as lithium battery development and manufacturing, UV spectroscopy instrumentation and hi-fi audio speakers. Under his leadership StarFish has grown into a diverse professional organization with clients around the world and 100% focus on medical devices. Scott is a Chair of the LifeSciences British Columbia board, Fellow of The Canadian Academy of Engineering, winner of the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2017 Pacific Awards Technology category, 2017 recipient of the VIATEC Technology Champion award, and volunteers with Junior Achievement, Entrepreneurs Organization, and University of British Columbia.