Trademark Attorney Julie Tolek sits down with Boston Medical Center‘s Dr. Nilton Medina to discuss innovation and the future of breast cancer reconstruction surgery. Watch the latest episode of Caldwell Chats and hear Tolek and Dr. Medina discuss innovation and branding in breast cancer and the subsequent backlash of “pinkwashing.”
Nilton Medina, MD is a surgeon at Boston Medical Center specializing in plastic and reconstructive surgery and has over 18 years of experience in the field of medicine. He graduated from Dartmouth Medical School with his medical degree in 2003. Dr. Medina is also an Assistant Professor of Surgery in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at the Boston University School of Medicine. Since the start of his academic career, Dr. Medina has been an academic standout and has received awards for his grades, honored for his community service, and has been inducted into honor societies like The Golden Key National Honor Society. He was also nominated to be on the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges list. Additionally, he has received funding from the NIH and worked there as a research fellow in medical school. He is multilingual and speaks Spanish, French, Portuguese and Portuguese Creole.
Caldwell Chats is a fireside chat series centered around emerging trends and hot topics in innovation. We have the inside scoop and want to share it. Working alongside pioneering business leaders and cutting-edge machinery and methods, our team members are witness to the next generation of tech shaping the future. We regularly invite top executives from a variety of industries to pick their brain on the latest innovations and IP matters. Our mission is to inform, guide and inspire innovators through this series.
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