Leonidas Alexopoulos- Biotechnology in Greece. Pros & ConsLeonidas Alexopoulos, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering at NTUA, speaks about pros & cons of Biotechnology in Greece. The speech is in Greek.
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.
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.
Interview with Claudia D'Augusta, CFO TiGenixM. Alvaro Berbís interviews Claudia D'Augusta, CFO TiGenix, who shares her views on the key elements that a biotech startup must have in order to be successful. For such a startup to be attractive to investors, its management team and the soundness of its technology are its principal assets, and, as it grows more mature, becoming a publicly traded company is a good means to access to additional funding.
Serafim Batzoglou presenting the future prospects of genome sequencingSerafim Batzoglou, Assistant Professor at Stanford University, Department of Computer Science, presenting the future prospects and growth of genome sequencing at the event “Research and Business opportunities in Genomics and Biotech”.
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 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.
Research and Business opportunities in Genomics and Biotech event - panel & Q&A's in Greek languageWatch the panel with Manolis Kellis, Associate Professor with tenure
MIT Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department, Leonidas Alexopoulos, Lecturer, Department of Mechanical Engineering Group Leader, Systems Biology and Bioengineering Group National Technical University of Athens and Peristera Paschou, Dept. of Molecular Biology and Genetics Democritus University of Thrace
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.
Healthcare IT - New York Next Big ThingNew York is home to a diverse group of professionals that work both within the healthcare IT field and in adjacent fields. Join the MITEF as we unite this large and diverse community to foster the exchange of ideas and to discuss the latest trends in healthcare IT.