11.00 Abingdon School Discussion on the risks and rewards of commercialising science with three science and technology spin-off companies sharing their experiences. Further information and booking details here. Event hosted by the Bessemer Society, part of the week-long ATOM Science and Technology Festival in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. There is a small charge for this event.
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19.00 Amey Theatre, Abingdon School With Philip Briscoe, Chief Operating Officer at Rezatec, a leading Big Data geospatial analytics company. Further information and booking details here. Part of the week-long ATOM Science and Technology Festival in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. There is a small charge for this event.
10.00-13.00 Academic Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford OX3 9DU Organised by Alzheimer’s Research UK with contributions from researchers based in Reading and Oxford, NHS staff, carers, charities and voluntary organisations. Free, open event. Registration required here.
13.00-19.00 King’s Fund, London An IQVIA/DigitalHealth.London Collaborate event for NHS decision-makers which aims to: identify priority areas to be exploited in the UK identify an approach to model how to work with evidence-based digital innovations agree steps forward in embedding this into policy. Further information: email@example.com
18.00-19.00 JHB Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building, Headington Campus, Oxford Brookes University Ox3 0BP Professor Susan Brooks will take you on a personal journey beginning in breast cancer research through to developing the next generation of researchers. Booking is required here.
09.00-17.00 Milton Hill House Hotel, near Didcot, Oxfordshire OX13 6AF Focus on human factors and quality improvement. Speakers include Charles Vincent and Rene Amalberti, co-authors of Safer healthcare: strategies for the real world. A Patient Safety Academy/Health Education England event. Further information and booking details here.
Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford Academic Industry Meeting (AIM) day bringing together researchers, industry representatives and clinicians to identify areas of common interest and potential collaboration relating to biomedical imaging. Further information and booking details here.
runs to 25 April Hammersmith, London Leading life sciences partnering and investment event organised by OBN. The theme is next generation healthcare. Focus areas include artificial intelligence and drug discovery. Further information and booking details here. #Biotrinity2018
13.00-19.00 Carisbrooke Hall, 63 Seymour Street, London W2 2ER How does the NHS realise the value of clinically proven digital therapeutics? Event for digital innovators and key decision-makers and implementers with a digital transformation remit across primary and secondary care, mental health and community care, such as CIOs, CCIOs and STP leads. Further information and booking […]
10.00-14.00 St Anne’s College, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HS Information event for families affected by undiagnosed genetic conditions run by SWAN UK (syndromes without a name). Organisations supporting this event include the Oxford AHSN and the Oxford NHS Genomic Medicine Centre. To book a free place email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7831 0883. Further information in […]