4Dx visits London, participates in House of Lords event
4Dx is pleased to inform you that our Chairman and CEO, Andreas Fouras, will be lead speaker at a lunchtime debate at the All Party Parliamentary Engineering Group ‘APPEG’ in the House of Lords, London on Tuesday 21st March. The debate series represents a plank of the APPEG program to enable contact and involvement between parliamentarians and the engineering profession.
Professor the Lord Broers, Co-Chair of the Group, will introduce the debate on exciting advances in medical imaging. “We are delighted to have Professor Fouras, Chairman and CEO of medical technology company 4Dx who founded this life-changing medical technology company, which aims to augment the capabilities of respiratory diagnostics currently available, leveraging information that has until now remained hidden in X-ray images.”
4Dx Executive Director, Steve Peuschel, is currently in London with Andreas as part of a global 4Dx roadshow presenting data from the first 4Dx in-human study to a wide range of organizations key to the company’s strategy. This included a presentation by Andreas at the International Imaging workshop at the University of Pennsylvania in the United States. Steve was excited by feedback from the world leaders in lung imaging. “The response to our presentations in Philadelphia was incredibly positive.”
In addition, the company delivered presentations in Washington DC to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation – the U.S. peak body for Cystic Fibrosis research. The 4Dx roadshow now continues in Europe with industry and potential hospital partners, a key focus of the latter half of the trip.