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19 Maio 2021

Martha Burgman

Martha is Mechanical Engineer with MBA’s in International Relations and Business Administration (SUNY at Albany), and post grade in Telecommunications. Currently she is Leader of the EMEA Digital Health Policy Working Group, responsible for establishing regulatory and advocacy strategies on digital health related matters such as Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Interoperability and Reimbursement, and Member of the Product Security Leadership Committee. Martha is the former leader of the EMEA Radio Frequency & Cybersecurity Center of Excellence supporting the OUs.

Martha leads Digital Health advocacy effort as Vice Chair of MedTech Europe (MTE)’s Digital Health Committee and Chair of the MTE Cybersecurity WG, as well as is Vice Chair of the MTE’s AI WG and member of the MTE’s Software WG. Martha is also member of Avicenna Alliance’s Policy Development WG, supporting Medtronic Core Technologies on advocacy on Computer Modeling and Simulation (CM&S) and its integration with AI. As well she is member of Medtronic AI Working Group. Martha leads the Medtronic Interoperability Working Group with responsibilities on leading the creation of Medtronic strategy on Interoperability and defining specific goals and deliverables for the company’s business and advocacy purposes.

Martha is also inventor and innovator, and volunteers as Lead of the Innovation Committee EMEA, generating discussions and necessary partnerships with MDT scientists on new technologies that might be implemented by MDT, generating forum events by engaging internal and external speakers. Martha also leads the Rheumatic Diseases CoP (a Technical Forum CoP) which aim is to find therapies and solutions for Rheumatic and Autoimmune diseases.

Martha represents MDT as member of the following organizations: European Commission’s AI Alliance; Member of the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA)’s eHealth Security Experts Group; member of IEEE PHD Cybersecurity WG, member of ETSI CYBER Technical Committee and ETSI Special Interest Group on Securing AI.