QUOTED. Jane van Dis.
Medtech Insight spoke with three female femtech visionaries about the biggest funding opportunities, clinical needs, and what it will take to put women’s health squarely on the global map. See what Jane van Dis, obstetrician-gynecologist and assistant professor at the University of Rochester, advises start-ups who are developing femtech solutions.
“I feel like there’s a lot of people out there who want to make money in this space, but who think they can cut corners when it comes to the clinical relevance of whatever the product is. … You want to hire a medical expert who will push back if you suggest something that either is not a good source of resources or potentially has the ability to cause harm.” – Jane van Dis, assistant professor, University of Rochester
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