Where we once had to trawl through reams of paper, medical data can now be processed in seconds. Results from genomic sequencing or health trends from big data sets in populations can be analysed by algorithms and supercomputers, and harnessed by humans. Pattern recognition and machine learning enables diagnosis in a growing array of disease areas. Some diseases can be treated with a digital intervention.
This workshop will focus on how to identify and develop opportunities in digital medicine emerging at the interface of biodata and technology. It is aimed at professionals involved in the translation of early-stage technologies who want to further their knowledge on how to develop innovation into regulated healthcare products and services.
The workshop will bring together attendees and experts to discuss and share practical advice on developing opportunities in digital medicine.
For more information and to register, follow this link.
Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences – Wellcome Genome Campus
Sebastian Anastassiou – Nina Capital, Spain
Rachel de Sain – Codesain, Australia
Charlotte Lee – Big Health, UK
Sofia Nordgren – Devicia, Sweden
Francis Rowland – SIGMA, UK
Patrick Short – Sano Genetics, UK
Lauri Sippola – Kaiku Health, Sweden
John Wilbanks – Sage Bionetworks, USA