Data Insights Analytics and Research Lead, Johnson & Johnson Medtech
Lela is a skilled biomedical engineer, specializing in adapting emerging technologies for clinical use. Currently leading clinical insights at Johnson & Johnson, she strategizes leveraging the power of AI for surgical applications. Lela’s leadership history includes positions on the executive team of a medical simulation startup and as manager of a multidisciplinary contract engineering group. These roles, combined with her hands-on contributions to robotic surgery platforms, AR/VR, novel imaging tech, and 3D printing, underscore her commitment to revolutionizing healthcare. Previously entrenched in a healthcare system, she understands the intricacies of medical technology’s practical applications. Lela holds both a BS and MS in Bioengineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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Posted on 14.09.2023
After a few calmer summer weeks, the legislative work on the European Health Data Space (EHDS) is back to running at full steam towards adopting new policy with the potential to reshape the landscape for medtech innovation. The proposed secondary use policies outlined by EHDS will allow medtech companies to accelerate the development of artificial […]