Health Horizons: Future Healthcare Forum
June 27 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm£11.67
Over the previous 20 years, we have seen a significant change in the healthcare industry. Small molecules have been pushed out of the blockbuster limelight by biologics. Decreasing sequencing cost has allowed more targeted R&D and the use of increasingly interdisciplinary data to influence prognosis has become standard practice. All of this points to a healthcare future with an increasingly personalized approach. But how will this future come together?
RARE DISEASE: CROSS-SECTOR COLLABORATION AND DIVERGENT THINKING IN DEVELOPING THERAPIES. Are we on the cusp of a rare disease treatment revolution?
Delegates will hear from a range of experts in this field, each with a unique perspective on the future of healthcare, treatments and cures for those affected by rare diseases.
This CRDN session brings together stakeholders from research, industry, healthcare and patient groups who are at the heart of innovative breakthroughs in therapies and technology to share their expertise in co-creating healthcare today, and for the future. Hear a mix of inspirational and thought-provoking short talks and take part in a moderated discussion session.
- June 27
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
- Event Categories:
- Conference, Lectures, Rare Diseases
- Event Tags:
- Cambridge, healthcare, rare disease, technology, therapies
- Corpus Christi College Lecture Theatre
Cambridge, CB2 1RH United Kingdom + Google Map