Buildings and biomed do not have anything in common, unless Arpan Grover figures out the connecting link between the two.
On part 1 of this week’s episode of Med Tech Talks, our co-hosts Geoffrey Ching and Abdo Elhosary chat with Arpan Grover, CEO of Clarivent Medical. Arpan tells us about his childhood influences, his inclination towards biomedical devices, and how Clarivent took birth in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
02:31-04:11 - What does a normal day at the office look like for Arpan?
04:12-06:48 - Architectural dreams from childhood, interning under a civil engineer, and finally choosing biomed.
06:48-09:14 - A potential link between architecture and biomedical engineering?
09:25-11:55 - Enrolling in an entirely new program at UBC, and what that experience was like for Arpan.
11:55-15:13 - So what really attracted people to biomedical engineering? Arpan gives his take.
15:14-17:17 - Arpan’s personal story of why he went into biomed, and his particular areas of interest in the field.
17:53-22:52 - The whole story behind COSMIC, Arpan’s association with it, and how Clarivent spun-off from it.
22:53-27:16 - How Clarivent was born, and the learnings so far; 2 years since its inception.