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This page will be updated as the programme develops.

Keynote speaker: Prof Niels Peek. Niels has recently joined the THIS Institute in Cambridge after a decade at the University of Manchester working in the field of big data

Inspirational Speaker: Prof Giles Yeo, Institute of Metabolic Science - Why should we speak to the media?

Session topics and confirmed speakers: 

  • Rhythm disorders
    • Peter Charlton - Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Cambridge University. Using wearables to detect atrial fibrillation in daily life
    • Jonathan Mant - Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Cambridge University. The SAFER trial
  • Translating omics into better therapies
    • Alessandra Granata - Neurology Unit, Cambridge University
    • Nicole Soranzo - Human Technopole
    • Elise Needham - Cardiovascular Epidemiology Unit, Cambridge University. Mapping genetic influences on phosphorylation reveals signalling connections and functions
  • Imaging and the application of AI
    • Smriti Agarwal - CUH NHS Foundation Trust. AI in acute stroke - promises and challenges
    • Jason Tarkin - Department of Medicine, Cambridge University
    • Jonathan Weir McCall, Department of Radiology, Cambridge University
  • Drug repurposing/ precision medication
    • Spoorthy Kulkarni - CUH NHS Foundation Trust. Comparison of optimal hypertension regimes in different ethnicities: The AIM-HY INFORM trial
    • Rouchelle Sriranjan - CUH NHS Foundation Trust and Department of Medicine, Cambridge University

 

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