Dublin, Ireland, October 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The RE.WORK Health Summit is to be held in Dublin, Ireland, and will bring together global experts to showcase the opportunities of accelerating technologies and their impact on health and medicine.
RE.WORK Health Summit will be held in Dublin on 12-13 February 2015, and will provide a unique opportunity to interact with leading scientists, entrepreneurs, physicians & exciting startups in the very same place. Meet fellow innovators with the same passion to change the world.
Discover cutting-edge technologies on the horizon from the world's leading innovators & scientists. Learn from the experts in personalised medicine, medtech, biotech, neuromedicine, regenerative medicine and big data. Discover the future of health & medicine.
Topics to be covered include:
Following his appearance at the last RE.WORK summit, Aubrey de Grey featured in many national newspapers, such as The Times, The Independent and The Guardian, for his presentation sharing current and future developments in regenerative medicine, including the possibility of halting the menopause within the next 20 years. Attendees also heard about world-changing technologies from Elaine Warburton of QuantuMDx, who have developed a device for rapid response and monitoring of outbreak areas to prevent spreading of diseases.
At the RE.WORK Health Summit, attendees can expect even more ground-breaking technologies with the potential to positively disrupt the future of healthcare and medicine. The initial speaker line-up includes:
Sabine Hauert, Lecturer in Swarm Robotics, University of Bristol, designs swarms of nanobots for biomedical applications. Her research uses machine learning and crowdsourcing to create nanobot swarms for cancer applications such as the detection and treatment of tumours.
Juan Moreno, Coordinator, Bioengineering Group, is part of the BioMot project which develops exoskeletons for humans to aid walking in unconstrained daily-life environments. The work in BioMot is founded on the idea that new interactive technologies, if based on a unified theoretical framework would enable positive co-adaptation of humans and wearable robots.
Vanessa Diaz, Senior Lecturer in Bioengineering, University College London, is an expert in computational biomedicine. The main focus of her scientific work is in the development and use of multi-scale computational tools and models in digital healthcare, especially in the cardiovascular field.
Stephen Dunne, Director, Neuroscience Research at Starlab, is currently leading the Neuroscience team at Starlab that also created Neuroelectrics, one of the world's leading wireless, neuro-monitoring and neuro-modulation technology companies. Stephen and the team are now developing a new line of neuroscience data services focused on human experience, human performance and disease biomarkers.
Mario Ettore Giardini, Lecturer in Digital Health, University of Strathclyde, will present Peek, a toolkit that harnesses the capabilities of smartphones for testing eyes in any situation, which enables eye examinations in even the remotest of settings, simplifying management and monitoring of treatment anywhere in the world.
Super Early Bird Discount Tickets End This Friday 26th September – Book before the end of this week to save €350
Tickets & Registration
Super Early Bird passes are available until 26 September. For further information and to register, go to: re-work.co/health
Tickets for Startups, Students and Academics are available at reduced rates.
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