DeviceTalks Boston has ended

DeviceTalks is a conversation among leaders. It’s an evening for an exchange of ideas, insight and contacts among the pioneers of the medical technology industry. Formerly known as the Big 100, this event is held annually in Boston, Orange County and the Twin Cities.

On July 15th, you’re invited to join us for a discussion with some of the area’s most innovative and influential leaders, including Brian Concannon, CEO, Haemonetics; Duane DeSisto, CEO, Insulet; Carmichael Roberts, General Partner North Bridge Venbtures and Founder of  480 Biomedical, Arsenal Medical, Diagnostics for All, MC10 and Dr. Charles Carignan.

DeviceTalks also features four panel discussions on hot issues facing medtech companies. The descriptions of which can be found below. When you register you are automatically allowed entry into any of the panels listed.


Sherry Feldberg

Sherry Feldberg is a seasoned and accomplished member of MSLGROUP’s healthcare practice where she creates and leads strategic campaigns to engage critical audiences for her clients. Sherry directs projects across her teams, including message and content creation, social and traditional media management, influencer engagement, preparation for FDA milestones and crisis management.

Sherry enjoys working with a wide range of innovative medical device and pharmaceutical companies including larger, publicly-traded companies like Hologic and Accuray as well as smaller, private companies like Braeburn Pharmaceuticals and Retina Implant. In addition to her experience at the Agency, Sherry served as the Director of Communications for the March of Dimes, Massachusetts Chapter as well as Communications Specialist at Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts.

Sherry and her teams have been recognized repeatedly by the Publicity Club of New England for outstanding work in a number of categories, including Marketing Communications Campaign and Advocacy Relations. Prior to beginning her career in healthcare communications, Sherry attended Union College where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a minor in Psychology.