Scotsman Conference 27 August, 2019

Scotsman Conference 27 August, 2019

Date: Tue, 27/08/2019

The recent Precision Medicine in Scotland Science and Innovation Audit demonstrates that the further development and adoption of Precision Medicine could potentially be transformative for the Scottish and UK life science clusters, developing expertise and know-how that can be exported around the world through new technologies, products, services and behaviours.  Scotland’s ecosystem for precision medicine includes a strong network of universities, research institutions, NHS facilities, enterprise and skills agencies and industry bodies all focussed on developing, commercialising and implementing our world-class research in precision medicine.  This conference held on Tuesday 27th August at the Queen Elizabeth Teaching & Learning Centre will enable Scotland to capitalise on the precision medicine opportunity for future economic growth.

Our conference will hear from leading experts in the precision medicine field and discuss the following topics: 

•             Effectively promoting the strengths of the precision medicine ecosystem to adjoining sectors and potential inward investors

•             Making IP work for you in an entrepreneurial and collaborative environment

•             Enabling access to funders and investors

•             The Living Lab: driving economic growth through real world implementation of precision medicine

•             Identifying the skill sets required to develop the precision medicine cluster in Scotland

The event will be held within the Teaching and Learning Centre, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, 1345 Govan Road, Glasgow, G51 4TF – a facility purpose-built to facilitate clinicians, academics and companies working together to accelerate healthcare innovation, on: Tuesday 27th August 2019 at 09:00-14:00.

Spaces will be limited, so to book your place, please register as soon as possible.  To book click here.

If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact: Ruth.Mclaughlin@glasgow.ac.uk