MediWales is delighted to announce our upcoming BioWales in London event on the 14th of March 2023.
Draft programme below.
BioWales London is free to attend for all MediWales and partner organisation members.
Register your interest here!!
Welsh Life sciences is a thriving and dynamic sector and particularly in the last 3 years, there have been significant developments around clinical innovation, medtech and diagnostics. This event provides a unique platform for exciting new innovations and companies looking for investment and collaborations. With presentations
from a variety of Welsh companies at various stages of their investor
journey and an expert investor panel.
We will also highlight NHS innovation and research collaboration
opportunities, with our session ‘Working with the Welsh NHS’ discussing
clinical access, adoption and clinical trials.
We have limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available.
To find out more, please get in touch with Ella – email@example.com
Draft Programme : Further speakers and presentations to follow shortly
Introduction and welcome:
MediWales Life Science Network for Wales: Gwyn Tudor, CEO (Chair)
PwC: Cardiff Capital Region Innovation Fund: Stephen Aherne, Partner and UK Leader, Pharma & Life Sciences
One Nucleus Cambridge-London Life Science Network: Tony Jones, CEO
Welsh Government: Rob Orford, Chief Scientific Adviser Health
Welsh Government: Julie Russell, Business Development Manager Inward Investment
Welsh Company Showcase:
Presentations demonstrating innovative technologies, new innovations and spin out companies and manufacturing capabilities from across Wales
Finance and Funding Panel:
Panel discussion: support for companies on their investment journey and investment and funding rounds.
British Business Bank
PwC & Capital Region Innovation Fund: Rob Asplin, Partner
Development Bank of Wales
Working with Welsh NHS – Innovation Programme, Research collaborations & clinical trials:
Welsh Government: Rob Orford, Chief Scientific Adviser Health (Chair)
Welsh Government Innovation Programme:
Jennet Holmes, Head of Innovation and Collaborative Partnerships
Thomas James, Head of Innovation and Technology
Respiratory Innovation Wales:
ARCH: Regional collaborations :Siôn Charles, Head of Strategy and Service Planning
Jiva.AI Manish Patel – Collaborating with the NHS in Wales
Health and Care Research Wales:
Leading research and clinical academics presenting on the new diagnostic and therapeutic treatments and clinical trials in areas of unmet medical need.
Cardiff University Medicines Discovery Institute: Richard Angell, Commercialisation Lead
Research & collaboration panel:
Networking Reception and Close