Date: Thursday 30 January 2020
Time: 09:00 - 17:10
Venue: Royal College of Pathologists, London
The UK has always been at the forefront of scientific excellence. From the discovery of antibiotics, the development of the laser scanning confocal microscope, to our world-leading 100,000 Genomes project, we have a proud history of medical breakthrough and innovation. By giving staff brand new innovations and technology to work with, or being at the heart of research to innovate and develop new technology, clinical scientists are able to quickly translate and share advances across the health and social care system and directly contribute to patient outcome. The UK has a strong and growing life sciences sector which translates physical science advances into patient focused technologies.
This event will showcase the role the clinical scientist plays in translating innovations into the clinic. Internationally leading academics will present leading examples of emerging and postulated technologies and discuss how they can revolutionise healthcare. Leading clinical scientists will present on current and emerging innovations in the use of novel technology in healthcare. The event will provide opportunities for networking and open discussion to direct future interdisciplinary research and technology development.
Topics covered include Healthcare Science driving innovation by Professor Sue Hill and the role of technology and improving early diagnosis presented by Sir John Bell.
For further information and to register your place please visit the conference website.