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Dave Hampton

Founder and CEO at CamStent

Maastricht Area, Netherlands

About Me

Dave is an internationally active entrepreneur, creating innovative medtech products and services through global business development. He is a hands-on leader who drives successful innovation, assembles and manages high-performance teams, and thrives in cross-cultural expatriate assignments.

Dave is founder and CEO of CamStent Ltd (UK: Biofilm-resistant medical coatings) and Stone Bridge Biomedical BV (NL: Remote patient monitoring systems). He is also a founding partner of bioMRC (NL: MedTech development services).Dave is a Senior Associate at the University of Cambridge (UK) organizing a course and lecturing in Medical Diagnostics and Devices..

He currently resides in Maastricht and Cambridge, with passport / visa clearance to work and live in the Netherlands, Great Britain, and the United States.

Specialties: Innovation management: Concept development, business planning, strategy, project management, startups, spin-outs.

Medical Techology: Clinical diagnostics, Medical devices, telemedicine, and medical informatics,General management: International business management, new business development, academic partnerships, diligence, international team leadership, cross-cultural management..

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Industry should invest in novel urinary catheters

Prof.Mandy Fader at the University of Southampton argues that Urinary Catheters "should be a state of the art product," but concludes in...…

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How bacteria nestle onto catheter surfaces

An important finding that highlights the importance of preventing the initial attachment of bacterial to the catheter surface.

Urinary tract infections are the second most common reason for prescribing antibiotics. Yet, in times of increasing antibiotic...…

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Catheters that detect CAUTI onset

This development could help hospitals to more easily identify patients who need therapy, but also greatly assist in the evaluation of new...

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Biofilms and Catheters: Mechanisms of Infection

Reviewing the progress made to establish the link between bacterial biofilms on device surfaces and hospital acquired infections in...

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Mechanism of damage and infection in CAUTI

A recent review in Nature Microbiology details the sequence of events leading from biofiilm formation to CAUTI. A good use of graphics to...

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