After obtaining her PhD at the University of Twente in Enschede with a thesis on the development of a 3D printed device for islet of Langerhans transplantation in diabetic patients, Giulia worked for two years as post-doctoral researcher/product developer at the Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands. She was responsible for the development of an implantable medical device for hemodialysis access, in close collaboration with DSM. During this experience she gained knowledge of medical devices regulations and quality systems; she decided to move her career towards Quality Management.
Giulia: “Bringing a successful medical device to the market cannot be achieved without an efficient organization and documentation. Moreover, I love to contribute to Ventinova’s inspiring mission.”
First clinical study on FCV® using Evone® and Tritube® presented as one of the five most important publications concerning preoperative ventilation
Dr. Bluth, University Hospital Dresden, presents the first clinical study on FCV® using Evone® and Tritube® as one of the five most important publications concerning preoperative ventilation. This study, conducted at Universitätsklinikum Freiburg and...