Company Overview

Medstrux offers services to the medical device technology community such as inventors, companies, service providers, researchers, investors and similar businesses. It has the capacity to both perform and provide expert advice on: scientific research, product design/development, creating prototypes, writing grant proposals, secure databases and protected website information, computer coding, Agile project implementation, and strategic planning. These services help to: articulate a product value proposition, prepare for pitching to investors, transform an idea into prototype (including 3D printing), devise a product strategy, identify the hidden benefits of a product, protect sensitive information (e.g. patient profile, trade secrets, website documents) and even invent a new technology. The unique role of Medstrux is to create a minimum viable product for the client to learn about their target market by measuring feedback from prospective customers.

Core products & services

Provide expert advice on creating medical device technologies

Perform/advise on scientific research, design and development

Create a prototype

Devise product value proposition

Implement secure database measures


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Key Personnel

Dr. Gord Campbell

BASc, MASc, PhD, PEng, CCE

Dr. Campbell is a Biomedical Engineer, Clinical Engineer, Biomedical Scientist and Materials Scientist with expertise that spans research-teaching hospitals, medical device manufacturing and research. His research has included medical device technologies (devised more than 300 devices), implants (hip, knee, artificial heart valve, and intervertebral disc), synthetic soft biomaterials (polyvinyl alcohol cryogels) and medical 3D printing (additive manufacturing). He received his Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering (manufacturing) and Masters of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering (Biomedical) both from the University of Waterloo and Doctorate in Medical Biophysics (Faculty of Medicine) the University of Western Ontario.

Dr. Campbell began his career as a clinical engineer at University Hospital in London Ontario. He has held senior management positions at the London Health Sciences Centre/University Hospital as well as in the medical technology industry.

Recently he retired from the National Research Council as a Senior Research Officer Medical Devices. He holds Adjunct Research Professor appointments in the Faculty of Medicine (Medical Biophysics), University of Western Ontario as well as Associate Scientist, Robarts Research Institute. His accreditations include: Outstanding Canadian Biomedical Engineer by the Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society, Public Service Award of Excellence Canada, licensed professional engineer in Ontario and Certified Clinical Engineer.

He has been a Principal Investigator/Co-investigator for more than 45 research grants and contracts. He holds 6 patents, has 160 publications well as more than 100 presentations at professional seminars/workshops/symposia.