Medical Device Innovation

Startup Ventures

Many startups fail despite championing a brilliant invention or innovation. Typically this due to a lack of device commercialisation experience. The path to success is not obvious and there are many pitfalls. Vestech works with innovators to highlight both opportunities and hazards, and to plan the best possible route to success. [read more]

Medical Device Companies

Vestech’s work with established medical device companies has included project management of a “off core” tasks, assessment of externally developed technologies, engaging with tertiary institutions, managing collaborative relationships, and individual device design and enhancement. [read more]

Government & Advisory

Vestech continues to work in the areas of government policy development, key player engagement, lobbying and consulting on legal issues and device related arbitration. Having worked across the broad spectrum of activities and issues, Vestech is able to provide a balanced perspective with detailed insight. [read more]


Dr Gary Verdickt

Vestech provided invaluable advice on our commercialistion strategy. Their advice prevented loss of scarce time and capital, and alerted us to risks we would face in the future. Our time with Vestech has been critical for our success to date.

Greg Roger brings an incredible breadth of experience & knowledge to the table – engineering, patents, regulatory, medical devices, surgery. And this knowledge is of the first-hand, hard-won variety. What this means is that Greg’s advice tends to be extremely practical and useful.

Dr Roger was a pleasure to work with in his role as the Medical and Scientific Technologies Supplier Advocate during 2013-14. He was professional, innovative, enthusiastic and passionate about achieving practical outcomes to drive the sustainable growth of the medtech sector. [read more]

Vestech News

Walter Reed Hospital

Vestech visits Walter Reed Hospital and Uniformed Services University

During a recent Washington visit, Dr Roger of Vestech was invited to meet with Cpt Eberhardt, senior trauma surgeon, to review the results of USU’s research into the results of reconstructive surgery in blast victims. The patients reviewed had each lost at least one limb in Afghanistan, primarily the result of blast injuries from IEDs.

Wearable Healthcare Nanotechnology

The Challenges in STEM Teaching Facing Australia

In today’s Financial Review (7 July, 2014) Tim Dodd has written about the challenges in STEM teaching facing Australia (Why the next Zuckerberg won’t be Australian). Quoting Dr Nick Cerneaz, executive director of the Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering, the article has picked up on the future growth of our economy and how a poor STEM capability will inevitably crimp that growth.