A collaborative event by CW (Cambridge Wireless), Eastern AHSN and One Nucleus.
With the current ageing population, dementia is becoming more prevalent and it is estimated that by 2025, around a million people in the UK will have dementia. Now is the time to coordinate how we maximise outcomes for patients, carers, health and social care systems to better identify at risk individuals to help delay onset and impact of disease, manage symptoms, discover and develop new treatments and help patients maintain their independence.
The One Nucleus, Cambridge Wireless and Eastern AHSN meeting will bring together presentations from innovative approaches spanning diagnostics, drug development, medtech and digital technologies to apply to the multidisciplinary prevention and care of dementia patients.
It should appeal to anyone within these sectors with an interest in dementia research or enthusiasts of cross sector collaboration to solve national healthcare challenges.
Registration with refreshments
Welcome from the hosts
Clinical and patient context
Bringing Academia and Industry together to overcome drug discovery challenges
Innovation in Therapeutic Approach
Neuroplasticity Based Technology for Dementia
Linking therapeutics, device and digital technology for personalised care
Drinks and networking
- Kartheka Bojan; CEO, Cerebrum Matter
- Declan Jones; Vice President of Neuroscience Scientific Innovation, Johnson & Johnson Innovation
- Carol Routledge; Director Research, Alzhiemer's Research UK
- Hakim Yadi OBE; Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder, Closed Loop Medicine
Calling all innovators and research groups
The meeting will include an opportunity for up to six companies or research groups to pitch their innovative solution in the space of Dementia. If you would like to apply for a pitching slot, please email, [email protected]
Calling potential sponsors
We are offering limited sponsoring opportunities to organisations/companies who would like to raise their profile at the meeting. Please email, [email protected]
Generously hosted by The Bradfield Centre, Cambridge's hub for tech and deep tech companies operated by Central Working. Our mission is to grow scaleups and provide them with the connections and support they need to thrive. The way we do this is by building a sense of community through human interactions and high-quality events which engage our members and allow for networking.