Sunday, August 18, 2019

 

4:30 pm – 6:00 pm            Northwest Kidney Centers Night at the Museum Tour & Reception

Location: Northwest Kidney Centers – 700 Broadway, Seattle WA

Monday, August 19, 2019

7:30 – 8:00 am Check in & Continental Breakfast

Location: HUB Lyceum Foyer & HUB Room 145

8:00 – 8:10 am Congressional Perspective

Congresswoman Suzan DelBene, Representing Washington’s First Congressional District, & Congressional Kidney Caucus Co-Chair

Location: HUB Lyceum

8:10 – 8:30 am Welcome & Opening Remarks

Welcome to IDEAS: Messages From the Past Illuminate Our Path to the Future

Buddy Ratner, PhD, Co-Director, Center for Dialysis Innovation & UW Engineered Biomaterials, University of Washington

Location: HUB Lyceum

8:30 – 9:00 am Plenary Session I

Evolving Technologies to Improve the Lives of Patients Living with ESRD

Dean Kamen, Serial Entrepreneur & Inventor, President of DEKA Research & Development Corp

Location: HUB Lyceum

9:00 – 9:05 am Introducing the Bill Peckham Lecture

Jonathan Himmelfarb, MD, Co-Director, Center for Dialysis Innovation, & Director, Kidney Research Institute, University of Washington

Location: HUB Lyceum

9:05 – 9:25 am Bill Peckham Lecture

The Importance of Patient Engagement and Innovation in Today’s Healthcare Environment

Karin Hehenberger, MD, PhD, CEO and Founder, Lyfebulb

Location: HUB Lyceum

9:35 – 10:30 am Patient Panel Discussion I – Patient Perspective

Moderator: Larry Kessler, ScD, Director of Regulatory Oversight, Center for Dialysis Innovation

Location: HUB Lyceum

10:30 – 11:00 am Networking Break

Location: HUB Lyceum & Foyer

11:00 – 11:05 Technology “Roadmapping” to Drive Innovation

Melissa West, Project Director, Kidney Health Initiative, American
Society of Nephrology

Location: HUB Lyceum

11:05 am – 12:15 pm Lightning Talk Session I: Innovations in Dialysis Technology

Location: HUB Lyceum

11:05 – 11:12 am “Improved Clearance of Protein-Bound Uremic Toxins through Lipocalin Protein Modification of Hollow Fiber Dialyzers”

James A. Tumlin, MD, Professor Medicine/Nephrology, Director Clinical Research, GA Nephrology

Location: HUB Lyceum

11:12 – 11:19 am “Novel strategies for continuous dialysis therapy with improved toxin removal and low dialysate consumption”

Dimitrios Stamatialis, PhD, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Twente, TechMed Institute of Biomedical Technology and Technical Medicine

Location: HUB Lyceum

11:19 – 11:26 am “Venous Blood Access Without Intimal Contact or Damage: The Tributary Venous Access (TVA)”

Stephen Ash, MD, FACP, HemoCleanse Technologies, LLC and Ash Access Technology, Inc.

Location: HUB Lyceum

11:26 – 11:33 am “Improved Devices for Dialysis Access”

Mike Connolly, MS, MBA, CEO, Healionics Corporation

Location: HUB Lyceum

11:33 – 11:40 am “Dialyzing to LIVE, not living to dialyze: 11 Year’s journey with AWAK’s vision”

Marjorie Foo Wai Yin, MD, Head of Renal Medicine & Director of SGH Peritoneal Dialysis Program, Singapore General Hospital

Location: HUB Lyceum

11:40 – 11:47 am “Development of a Uremic Pig Model for ESKD Innovation”

Prabir Roy-Chaudhury MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine and Co-Director UNC Kidney Center, University of North Carolina

Location: HUB Lyceum

11:47 – 11:54 am “Mass-Producible Multi-Ion-Selective Sensors”

Fokko Wieringa, PhD, Principle Scientist, imec The Netherlands; Associate Professor, Maastricht University

Location: HUB Lyceum

11:54 – 12:15 pm Lightning Talk Session I- Q & A

Location: HUB Lyceum

12:15 – 12:20 pm Group Picture

Location: HUB Lyceum

12:20 – 1:20 pm Lunch

Location:HUB Room 145

1:20 – 1:45 pm General Presentation I Antithrombogenic interfaces based on the phospholipid polymers

Kazuhiko Ishihara, PhD, Professor, University of Tokyo

Location: HUB Lyceum

1:45 – 1:55 pm Guidelines for Breakout Sessions

Dr. Buddy Ratner

Location: HUB Lyceum

1:55 – 2:40 pm Breakout Sessions:

  • Vascular Access – HUB Room 332
  • Uremic Toxins – HUB Room 334
  • Regulatory & Reimbursement Challenges – HUB Room 340
  • Wearability, Portability, & Patient Preferences – HUB Lyceum
  • Cell-Based Devices & Implantables – HUB Lyceum

2:40 – 3:00 pm BREAK

3:00 – 3:50 pm Report-outs from Breakout Sessions

Moderator: Dr Jonathan Himmelfarb

Location: HUB Lyceum

3:50 – 4:35 pm Networking Break & Poster Session I: Innovations in Dialysis

Location: HUB Lyceum Foyer

4:35 – 5:05 pm Plenary Session II

Opportunities for Clinical Care for Renal Disease in the New Digital Era

Robert M Califf MD, MACC, Vice Chancellor for Health Data Science, Donald F. Fortin, MD, Professor of Cardiology, Director, Duke Forge, Duke University, Advisor, Verily Life Science

Location: HUB Lyceum

5:05 – 5:15 pm Closing Remarks

Drs. Jonathan Himmelfarb & Buddy Ratner

Location: HUB Lyceum

5:30 – 6:00 pm Shuttle bus pick up for Dinner Attendees

Ticket purchase required in advance, see registration table for information

Location: HUB Loading Zone, on Stevens Way

6:30 – 8:30 pm IDEAS Signature Dinner

Ticket purchase required in advance, see registration table for information

Location: Columbia Tower Club in downtown Seattle

 

 

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

7:00 – 7:30 am Check in & Continental Breakfast

Location: HUB Lyceum Foyer & Hub Room 145

7:30 – 7:55 am Welcome & Opening Remarks

Jonathan Himmelfarb, MD, Co-Director, Center for Dialysis Innovation & Kidney Research Institute, University of Washington

Location: HUB Lyceum

7:55 – 8:25 am Plenary Session III

Soft, Skin-Integrated Systems for Physiological Monitoring

John Rogers, PhD, Louis Simpson and Kimberly Querrey Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Biomedical Engineering and Medicine at Northwestern University, Director of the newly endowed Center for Bio-Integrated Electronics

Location: HUB Lyceum

8:25 – 8:50 am General Presentation II

Patient priorities for outcomes in hemodialysis – the SONG-HD Initiative

Allison Tong, BMedSc, MPH, PhD, Professor, Principal Research Fellow, The University of Sydney

Location: HUB Lyceum

8:50 – 9:15 am General Presentation III

FDA TPLC Reorganization and Engaging Payors: Navigating Hurdles to Patient Access

Murray Sheldon, MD, Associate Director for Technology and Innovation, FDA/CDRH

Location: HUB Lyceum

9:15 – 9:45 am Networking & Coffee Break

Location: HUB Lyceum & Foyer

9:45 – 10:10 am General Presentation IV

The KidneyX Innovation Accelerator

John R Sedor, MD, FASN, ASN Chair & KidneyX Steering Committee Chair, & Sandeep Patel, PhD, Open Innovation Manager, US Health & Human Services

Location: HUB Lyceum

10:10 – 11:20 am Lightning Talk Session II – KidneyX Redesign Dialysis Phase I Winners

Location: HUB Lyceum

10:15 – 10:22 am “A Non-Invasive, Wearable Telehealth Device to Detect Thrombosis and Monitor Vascular Access Health of Arteriovenous Fistulas and Grafts in Hemodialysis Patients”

Vinay Narasimha Krishna, MD, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Location: HUB Lyceum

10:22 – 10:29 am “Development of an Automated Multimodal Sensor to Improve Patient Outcomes in Hemodialysis”

Michael Aragon, MD, Chief Medical Officer & Dean Hu, Senior Director of Research and Innovation, Outset Medical, Inc

Location: HUB Lyceum

10:29 – 10:36 am “Digitally-Delivered Behavior Change Program to Help Patients Delay Dialysis”

Kirby Binayao, RN, MBA, Co-founder, CEO, Binnovate Digital Health BV (RenalTracker)

Location: HUB Lyceum

10:36 – 10:43 am “Displacer-Enhanced Hemodialysis: Improving the Intradialytic Removal of Protein-Bound Uremic Toxins Using Binding Competitors”

Peter Kotanko, MD, FASN, Research Director, Renal Research Institute

Location: HUB Lyceum

10:43 – 10:50 am “Smart Sensor-Enhanced Needle Guide Reduces Pain and Cost in Clinic”

David Nadis, JD, Executive Chairman, Access for Life Inc

Location: HUB Lyceum

10:50 – 10:57 am “The Ambulatory Kidney to Improve Vitality (AKTIV)”

Jonathan Himmelfarb, MD, Co-Director, Center for Dialysis Innovation & Kidney Research Institute, University of Washington; Buddy Ratner, PhD, Co-Director, Center for Dialysis Innovation & UW Engineered Biomaterials, University of Washington

Location: HUB Lyceum

10:57 -11:04 am “Utilizing Optical Interrogation Methods for Early Diagnosis of Peritonitis in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients”

Alisha Birk, Mark Buckup, Janelle Kaneda, Bioengineering, Stanford University

Location: HUB Lyceum

11:04 – 11:20 am Lightning Talk Session II Q & A

11:20 – 11:45 am General Presentation V

Improving Kidney Care through Service Model Innovation

Bruce Culleton, MD, Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, CVS Kidney Care

Location: HUB Lyceum

11:45 – 12:35 pm Lunch

Location: HUB Room 145

12:35 – 1:00 pm General Presentation VI Challenges in Developing Novel Therapies for Vascular Access

Jeffrey H. Lawson, MD, PhD, President and Chief Executive Officer, Humacyte, Inc.

Location: HUB Lyceum

1:00 – 1:25 pm General Presentation VII

Developing a better ice chest for the future: Navigating innovation through the FDA

Benjamin R Fisher, PhD, Director, CDRH, Food and Drug Administration

Location: HUB Lyceum

1:25 – 2:10 pm Networking Break & Poster Session II (KidneyX Redesign Dialysis Phase I Honorees)

Location: HUB Lyceum Foyer

2:10 – 2:15pm Introducing Marla Levy
Glenda Roberts, Director of External Relations & Patient Engagement, Center for Dialysis Innovation & Kidney Research Institute, University of Washington

Location: HUB Lyceum

2:15 – 2:45 pm General Presentation X Learning about dialysis through a patients eyes

Marla Levy, Patient Advocate

Location: HUB Lyceum

2:45– 3:45 pm Patient Panel Discussion II- Patient Perspective

Moderator: Larry Kessler, ScD, Director of Regulatory Oversight, Center for Dialysis Innovation

Location: HUB Lyceum

3:4 – 4:00 pm IDEAS Closing Remarks

Drs. Jonathan Himmelfarb & Buddy Ratner

Location: HUB Lyceum

Panel Participants

Rozelle Callangan, Patient Advocate, American Association of Kidney Patients
Paul Conway, Chair of Public Policy and Global Affairs, American Association of Kidney Patients
Ian de Boer, MD, MS, Associate Director, Kidney Research Institute, University of Washington
Patrick Gee, Patient Advocate
Tina Marie Gee, Care Partner
Nichole Jefferson, Patient Advisory Board member, Center for Dialysis Innovation
Richard Knight, President, American Association of Kidney Patients
Chuck Lee, Patient Advocate
Sandy Lee, Care Partner
Raj Mehrotra, MD, MS, David S. and Nayda Utterberg Endowed Professor Section Head, Nephrology, University of
Washington
Sam Pederson, Patient Advisory Board member, Center for Dialysis Innovation
Mat Risher, Patient Advisory Board member, Center for Dialysis Innovation
Glenda Roberts, Director of External Relations & Patient Engagement, Center for Dialysis Innovation & Kidney
Research Institute, University of Washington
Emmett Smith, Patient Advisory Board member, Center for Dialysis Innovation
Bobbi Wager, Patient Advocate
Rob Wager, Care Partner
Suzanne Watnick, Chief Medical Officer, Northwest Kidney Centers
Melissa West, Project Director, Kidney Health Initiative, American Society of Nephrology

Poster Session I: Monday, August 19th, 3:45pm-4:30pm

“Improved Clearance of Protein-Bound Uremic Toxins through Lipocalin Protein Modification of Hollow Fiber Dialyzers”

James A. Tumlin MD, Professor Medicine/Nephrology, Director Clinical Research, GA Nephrology

“Mass-Producible Multi-Ion-Selective Sensors”

Fokko Wieringa, PhD, Principle Scientist, imec The Netherlands; Associate Professor, Maastricht University

“Some Recommendations for Kidney Health Initiative RRT Innovation Roadmap Version 2.0”

Fokko Wieringa, PhD, Principle Scientist, imec The Netherlands; Associate Professor, Maastricht University

“Ongoing innovation that is accessible for patients and lowers the threshold for e.g. nocturnal home HD”

Fokko Wieringa, PhD, Principle Scientist, imec The Netherlands; Associate Professor, Maastricht University

“Venous Blood Access Without Intimal Contact or Damage: The Tributary Venous Access (TVA)”

Stephen R. Ash, MD, FACP, HemoCleanse Technologies, LLC and Ash Access Technology, Inc.

“Improved Devices for Dialysis Access”

Mike Connolly, MS, MBA, CEO Healionics Corporation

“Allo-hemodialysis: intermittent sharing of kidney function as a novel treatment option for patients with acute

or chronic kidney failure”

Peter Kotanko, MD, Renal Research Institute, New York, NY

“Novel strategies for continuous dialysis therapy with improved toxin removal and low dialysate consumption”

Dimitrios Stamatialis, PhD, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Twente, TechMed Institute of

Biomedical Technology and Technical Medicine

“Novel in situ Bioengineered Vessels for Dialysis Vascular Access”

Prabir Roy-Chaudhury MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine and Co-Director UNC Kidney Center, University of North

Carolina

KidneyX Poster Session - Tuesday, August 20th 1:10pm-1:55pm

“A Non-Invasive, Wearable Telehealth Device to Detect Thrombosis and Monitor Vascular Access Health of Arteriovenous Fistulas and Grafts in Hemodialysis Patients”

Vinay Narasimha Krishna, MD, University of Alabama at Birmingham

“Development of an Automated Multimodal Sensor to Improve Patient Outcomes in Hemodialysis”

Michael Aragon, MD, Chief Medical Officer & Dean Hu, Senior Director of Research and Innovation, Outset

Medical, Inc

“Digitally-Delivered Behavior Change Program to Help Patients Delay Dialysis”

Kirby Binayao, RN, MBA, Co-founder, CEO, Binnovate Digital Health BV (RenalTracker)

“Displacer-Enhanced Hemodialysis: Improving the Intradialytic Removal of Protein-Bound Uremic Toxins Using Binding Competitors”

Peter Kotanko, MD, FASN, Research Director, Renal Research Institute

“Smart Sensor-Enhanced Needle Guide Reduces Pain and Cost in Clinic”

David Nadis, JD, Executive Chairman, Access for Life Inc

“The Ambulatory Kidney to Improve Vitality (AKTIV)”

Jonathan Himmelfarb, MD, Co-Director & Buddy Ratner, PhD, Co-Director, University of Washington Center for

Dialysis Innovation

“Utilizing Optical Interrogation Methods for Early Diagnosis of Peritonitis in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients”

Alisha Birk, Mark Buckup, Janelle Kaneda, Bioengineering, Stanford University

“Continuous Implantable Peritoneal Ultrafiltration Device for Inter-Treatment Volume Control in Hemodialysis Treated Patients”

Nitai Hanani, MD, CEO, Paragate Medical

“Development, Characterization & Functional Assessment of Mobile & Modular Microfluidic Dialysis Device Delivery (M3D3 Unit) Artificial Kidney”

Mordechai Saeid Nosrati, MD, President/ Medical Director, Micromedics Inc.

“Novel Omniphobic Coating to Reduce Hemodialysis Catheter Related Infections and Thrombosis”

Andrew K. Jones, CEO, FreeFlow Medical Devices

“Redesigning Catheter Vascular Access for Dialysis: Metagenomic DNA Sequencing to Characterize Microbial Communities in Dialysis Catheter Biofilms for Inhibitor Discovery and Materials Engineering”

Amy Barton Pai, PharmD, MHI, FASN, FCCP, FNKF, Associate Professor of Pharmacy

University of Michigan