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Product Innovation Is Not EnoughA conversation with Joshua Boger, Ph.D., Executive Chair of pharmaceutical start-up Alkeus and founder and former CEO of Vertex Pharmaceuticals. Dr. Boger is also the Chair of the Board of Harvard Medical School.
The Age of "Big Data" in Bioscience is HereA distinguished panel of experts will discuss managing and protecting "Big data" as i) intellectual property, ii) trade secrets and iii) open source. We will explore opportunities and challenges including storage and access issues, data protection, ownership (who owns the "$1,000 genome" data the producer or the purchaser?) and future advances in analysis and utility.
The Future of the Personal Genome - Part 3Panel Discussion wit Dr. George Church of The Personal Genome Project; Colin Hill, CEO, Co-Founder and President, GNS Healthcare; Jamie Heywood, Co-Founder and Chairman, PatientsLikeMe; Dr. Michael Pellini, President and CEO, Foundation Medicine
Moderating the panel:
Dr. Kevin Davies,...
The Future of the Personal Genome - Part 2Genome sequencing has rapidly moved from costing a million dollars to sequence a human genome in 2007 down to close to $1,000 today. With the practicality of costs has come enormous amounts of data available for analysis to drive the development of more personalized medicine by predicting...
The Future of the Personal Genome - Part 1Genome sequencing has rapidly moved from costing a million dollars to sequence a human genome in 2007 down to close to $1,000 today. With the practicality of costs has come enormous amounts of data available for analysis to drive the development of more personalized medicine by predicting disease risk and more effectively treating devastating diseases such as Parkinson's, Cancer and ALS.
Boomers, Technology & Health: Consumers Taking ChargeWill boomers demand and drive the “consumerization” of health? What role will mobile, social networking and data technologies play? As an affluent group who adopts technology with enthusiasm and is willing to try new brands, it will be fascinating to watch how innovative companies develop and market tech-enabled products and services to meet the demands and lifestyles of this iconic generation.
Connected Healthcare: Wellness and Emerging TechnologyThe panelists will share their experience and vision on what the future may hold and how it will impact current business models. Special attention will be paid to mobile tech and remote monitoring technologies.
Healthcare: The Changing LandscapeA distinguished panel of experts representing biopharmaceuticals, medical devices, and regulatory affairs, will discuss and presage the impact of this changing environment. They will answer your questions and provide an interesting, informative perspective on the challenges we will face in the future.