Protecting medical
devices is close
to our hearts.

Or lungs, ears, limbs…..

Innovation in medical devices is important for all of us. It saves lives, it continues to bring improvement in our quality of life, and it helps to make our world more comfortable and safe.

Development of medical devices is crucial to our world yet it doesn’t come cheaply. Research and innovation cost big money and the surety of protection and the ability to capitalise are essential to future development.

The diversity of technology in medical devices requires expertise in a number of areas. We bring together a cross technology team from biotechnology to engineering and nanotechnology to ensure that your innovation is properly protected. We advise you on developing applications for your technology both locally and globally. And we help you to understand how IP fits within the overall framework of commercialisation needs for medical device technology, including regulatory requirements.

We are working in many areas of medical device technology, including:

  • Cochlear implant and bone anchored hearing devices
  • Diagnostic tools for use in surgery, for delivery of pharmaceuticals and for diagnosing blood types
  • Medical imaging devices
  • Wound drainage devices
  • Implants
  • Prosthetics
  • Spinal disc replacement and reconstruction technologies
  • Bioinformatics,
  • Biostatistics,
  • Computational Biology,
  • Measurement technologies (DNA and RNA microarrays mostly)

With the right advice, you can keep saving mankind well into the future.

Click on the names below to guide you to the right Watermark
staff member in the medical devices area. >

  • Roger Green, Principal >
  • Peter Hallett, Senior Associate, Director >
  • Michael Chin Quan, Senior Attorney >
  • Mark Pullen, Principal >
  • Leanne Oitmaa, Associate >
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  • John Golding, Associate >
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  • Craig Gleghorn, Associate >
  • Chris Vindurampulle, Associate >
  • Carla Cher, Associate >
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