DIGI-B-CUBE Sectoral Workshop: Digital Health Innovations Disrupting Medical Diagnostics and Precision Medicine
- Oct 30, 2019
- Tamara Högler
This workshop is aimed at connecting, educating and influencing health IT leaders across academia, industry, clusters and policy makers. The first part of the workshop will be comprised of presentations from academia and industry followed by discussion on digital innovation challenges/barriers across the value chains. During the second part, the participants can go through the Digital Transformation Services from 'DigitalNorway'.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can apply for 'Travel Vouchers' offered by DIGI-B-CUBE project to cover the conference fee and travel expenses. You can apply by registering here: https://digibcube.eu/collaborative-platform/
Who should join us?
Ø You are an eHealth researcher or innovator, biopharma/health/biotech/IT SME and recognize the need to stay ahead of this new wave of digital innovation.
Ø You are a decision maker from public or private sector and want to cut through the hype, assess the potential and state of maturity of digital innovations towards precision medicine and determine how to position your eHealth ecosystem.
Ø You want to assess the rationale for exploring the potential of digital innovations such as Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things across health and medicine.
Welcome and Introduction
By Gupta Udatha, Director, Oslo Cancer Cluster – Norway
Personalized diagnostics in the era of nanotechnology, AI and cloud
By Deborah Zanforlin, CEO and Co-Founder, ConquerX – United States
By Speaker #2
Workshop/Discussion on value chain challenges in molecular diagnostics and eHealth
Networking & Coffee Break
Digital Transformation Services
By Digital Norway
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, under Grant Agreement nº 824920. The content of this document represents the view of the author only and is his/her sole responsibility: it cannot be considered to reflect the views of the European Commission and/or the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-size Enterprises (EASME). The European Commission and the Agency do not accept responsibility for the use that may be made of the information it contains.