9 December QEII Conference Centre, Westminster, London
Now in its 14th year, the hugely popular Genesis conference is constantly evolving to provide an efficient and dynamic conference for delegates, speakers and exhibitors.
The attending policymakers and trade agencies want to hear what you, the sector experts really want to see from them.
This year’s key theme will be to explore theTechnology, Business and Financing Strategies Enabling Patient and Investor Returns.
Our Plenary Speakers:
Eddie Blair, Integrated Medicines Ltd (Chair)
Adrian Towse, Office of Health Economics
Andrew Morris, Institute of Public Health and Informatics, University of Edinburgh and Scottish Government Health Directorate
Mike Ward, Scrip Intelligence and Datamonitor
Rowan Gardner, BioLauncher
Our five Plenary Speakers will open the conference by setting the scene of the policies, business models and technical challenges facing those seeking to develop and commercialise innovative medicines and healthcare technologies. It will include Mike Ward’s ‘state of the sector’ presentation.
The leadership sessions have become a key feature of Genesis and this year will include:
- Imaging in diagnosis, drug development and the management of disease
- Are cell technologies the R&D revolutionaries?
- Is Med Tech regulation moving towards Pharma?
- Meeting the investment challenges for life science companies
- It’s not BIG data it’s DIFFERENT data that is the challenge
- Aligning stakeholder interests in external partnerships
- 3 x case study deal debates
There are many additional sessions taking place under the Genesis Fringe which is new for 2014. Largely occurring on the days surrounding Genesis, these events vary in format, entry requirement and location in London, but all relating to the sector and digging into some of the topics raised at the main Genesis event in more detail.
Genesis Welcome Reception
8 December 2014: Residence of the Belgian Ambassador, 36 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8QB
Time: 18.00 - 20.00
This event is only for delegates who have pre-registered for Genesis 2014 on 9 December 2014.
To register please email email@example.com asking for your name to be added to the attendee list.
Investing in IP
8 December 2014: Mathys & Squire, The Shard, London
Time: 10.30 – 13.00
Presenters at this session will hear from experts in intellectual property, company formation and investment on what makes a successful strategy in the protection and commercialisation of such an intangible assets as intellectual property.
More details will appear soon but in the first instance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest in attending
Developing Biologics in UK and Australia
8 December 2014: Australia House
Time: 13.30 – 17.30
Click here to for more information.
This event is invite only. For more information on this event please email email@example.com
Contract and Licensing Masterclass for CROs
8 December: Charles Russell and UBIFrance
NHS England – SBRI Healthcare Innovation Expo
10 December: QE II Conference Centre, London
SPARK 2014 is a brand new opportunity to see the latest innovations developed to meet NHS needs alongside a national conference that brings together the Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs), industry partners and NHS leaders and clinicians.
SBRI Showcase, click here for more information.
To register, click here.
European Lead Factory Seminar
10 December: Queen Mary Innovation Centre
The European Lead Factory Seminar is a must-attend event for anyone working on drug targets. Hosted by the IMI-funded European Lead Factory, it will be considering key issues such as resource-sharing, publication, exclusivity (and control) of results and a lot more.
For more information click here.
MedCity Opening Doors Showcase
10 December: Various
As well as the breakfast briefing session, sponsorship of The Source Lounge and Dep. Mayor Kit Malthouse speaking at the Genesis Conference, MedCity have arranged with a number of Centres of Excellence in London to show and tell on the day after Genesis in order for delegates wishing to stay longer to maximise their benefit of being in London. More details will follow on how to secure a space on these select visits, but to enable you to plan your diary, the doors being opened are:
Cell Theraoy Catapult
UCL Partneriship/innovation Group
Francis Crick Institute
Kings Health Partners
Institute of Cancer Research
For more information please email Phil Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Creating a 21st Century Science Infrastructure: Are we doing enough?
11 December: Hosted by AECOM (17.30 – 20.00hrs)
To coincide with this year’s autumn statement and the publication of the government’s science capital roadmap, AECOM are hosting a networking event in London on the evening of 11th December.
The event theme is “Creating 21st Century Science Infrastructure – are we doing enough?” and will include a chaired open discussion on science investment in the UK and the roadmap itself with leading panellists from the Academic, public sector and industry sectors.
This is an invite only event. For more information and to request an invitation, please contact Briony Lumb email@example.com
Asia-Pacific Technology Network: Dealing with Dragons: Living with China’s High-Speed Innovation
11 December: Asia House (18.00 – 20 hrs)
Keynote Speaker : Professor Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management, Cambridge Judge Business School - co-author of'Dragons at your Door, How Chinese Cost Innovation Is Disrupting Global Competition
Pricing: Open to APTN members and Genesis Delegates
Free to Fasken Martineau clients,or APTN annual supporters
£25 (Asian citizens/institutions, officials, executives from Small Companies)
£20 (discount for delegates to the Genesis Conference)
Free for the Media
To Register your interest- please send your details (name, institutional affiliation, email address, phone number - and whether you qualify for a discount) to firstname.lastname@example.org