QMUL, SEHTA and the GLA would like to invite you to come along to the university, to meet leading academics involved in inter-disciplinary biomedical research aiming to transform health and wellbeing, inequalities and patient care across the UK and beyond.
QMUL has excellence in the fields of genomics, bioengineering, robotics, imaging, digital health (computational biology, artificial intelligence) and experimental medicine, which are applied to drive innovative research in precision medicine and improve patient care.
After presentations from some of QMUL’s leading academics, there is a “Meet the Academics” session where attendees can have a 1:1 conversation with the academic(s) and their department colleagues to explore collaboration possibilities – bookable upon registration.
This event is being organised jointly by SEHTA & QMUL and is part of the MedTech London programme which is supported by the GLA.
Please note that places are limited to 2 per company and subject to review based on application and London-focus. Confirmation of your place will be sent by 22nd May at the latest.
|10:00 – 10:30||Registration & Refreshments|
|10:30 – 10:40||Welcome & Introduction QMUL||Dr David Parry, CEO, SEHTA & Prof Colin Bailey, President and Principal, QMUL|
|10:40 – 11:00||Experiences and opportunities in developing clinical decision-support from medical data||Dr William Marsh, Senior Lecturer, School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, QMUL|
|11:00 – 11:20||Organ-on-a-chip models||Prof Hazel Screen, School of Engineering and Materials Science (SEMS)|
|11:20 – 11:40||High-throughput, high content phenotypic screening||Dr Cleo Bishop, Non-Clinical Senior Lecturer and Director of Graduate Studies, Blizard Institute|
|11:40 – 12:10||Soft robotics systems for minimally invasive surgery – Virtual Reality in robotic training programs||Prof Kaspar Althoefer, School of Engineering & Materials Science (SEMS), QMUL & Dr Steven Stamenkovic, Clinical Director, Robotic Surgery, Consultant Thoracic Surgeon, Barts Health NHS Trust|
|12:20 – 12:20||Barts Life Sciences CAP-AI Programme: Delivering innovative health and care using artificial intelligence to improve patient outcomes||Prof Rakesh Uppal, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon, Barts Heart Centre
Professor of Cardiovascular Surgery,
Director of Life Sciences QMUL/Barts Health
|12:20– 15:00||Networking lunch & “Meet the Academics” sessions available during and after lunch – Slots bookable upon registration|