This is the first of a series of webinars jointly hosted between Public Policy Projects, a global life sciences and healthcare policy institute, and IQVIA, a world leading provider of data, technology and analytics for healthcare, life sciences and research, on the theme: ‘Unleashing the potential of global Britain for life sciences’.
The session will seek to address some of the below questions:
How can we make genomics research a success?
How can we link up / leverage genomics and clinical data for improving research?
How can we speed up the move to whole genome sequencing? And is this the right course of action?
How do we improve diagnostics? Reviewing long-term investment for diagnostics services following Professor Sir Mike Richards review
Is there more that can be done to empower patients?
How can we enable easier access to precision medicine?
How can we increase confidence in appropriate use of genomics/health data?
How important is it to support the development of SMEs in genomics?
What learnings can we take from the pandemic for the future of genomics?
What must the UK Government prioritise in order to ‘unleash its potential’ for life sciences?
Angela McFarlane, Market Development Director, IQVIA
Dr Joanne Hackett, Head of Genomic and Precision Medicine, IQVIA
Professor Naomi Allen, Chief Scientist at UK Biobank and Professor of Epidemiology at Nuffield Department for Population Health, University of Oxford.
Professor Dame Sue Hill, Chief Scientific Officer for England, Senior Responsible Officer, Genomics, NHS England
Lynelle Hoch, General Manager, BMS
Dr Helen Bulbeck, Director of services and policy, brainstrust
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