NEWS: Octane Creates Advisory Roles for Ophthalmology and Aesthetics. Two New Advisories to Convene Physicians to Discuss Groundbreaking Medical Technologies

Octane, a multi-faceted organization including the LaunchPad accelerator, created two new advisory opportunities: Octane Medical Advisor, Ophthalmology and Octane Medical Advisor, Aesthetics to convene physicians that are a part of the Octane ecosystem and to engage more KOL/physicians in future Octane conferences and innovation events.

Each role is co-chaired by leading physicians in their respective industry. The Octane Medical Advisor, Ophthalmology is led by John Hovanesian, Ehsan Sadri, and Elizabeth Yeu. Each of these co-chairs also have a leading role in Octane’s Ophthalmology Technology Summit, which is now scheduled for July 31 at the Fashion Island Hotel in Newport Beach

The Octane Medical Advisor, Aesthetics role is co-chaired by Greg Buford, Ava Shamban, and Steve Yoelin. These co-chairs will help bring together leading physicians, industry and entrepreneurs to discuss groundbreaking medical aesthetic technologies as well as unmet clinical needs and new business opportunities.

Octane’s second annual Aesthetics Technology Summit is set to be held on Jan. 8, 2021, at the Fashion Island Hotel in Newport Beach. Additionally, Kamakashi Zeidler will lead next year’s summit and has become a senior advisor to Octane’s LaunchPad for early-stage company evaluation.

To become an advisor, a physician is nominated by an existing medical advisor and approved by the chairs of the committee.

Additional benefits include being recognized on the Octane website as an Octane Medical Advisor as well as podium opportunities at Octane conferences and events. Benefits include becoming a member of Octane’s highly regarded private investor network, gaining access to LaunchPad companies and learning about new innovation and investment opportunities including potential board roles at Octane events and conferences.

 

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Deirdre Newman is a long-time journalist, who's covered OC startups for a few years.

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