- Date 20 Jan 2020
- Time 18:15-21:00
- Location Master's Lodge Trinity College
BY INVITATION ONLY
The Trinity College Cambridge Science Park Forum will take place on the evening of 20 January at Trinity College. If you haven’t attended one of these meetings before, the Forum provides an opportunity for senior executives of Science Park companies to meet Fellows and researchers from the College to promote knowledge exchange, explore collaborations and share contacts.
This event is by invitation only. If you cannot attend, please feel free to nominate a colleague.
• Refreshments 6.15 - 6.30pm
• Presentations and Q&A 6.30 - 7.45pm
• Dinner 8.00 - 9.00pm
Eric Wilkinson, CEO, Cambridge Consultants (CCL)
Cambridge Consultants (CC) is a team of exceptional people motivated to help its clients differentiate themselves through breakthrough products and technology based services wherever they are in the world. With a staff of over 900 people and offices in Cambridge, Seattle, San Francisco, Orlando, Tokyo and Singapore, CC covers 16 time zones and provides clients with the competitive edge they need.
Eric has been at Cambridge Consultants for 28 years, 8 of those on the Board. Since taking over as CEO in 2017, the company has grown revenues and profits by more than 25%, opened a £20M state-of-the-art building in Cambridge, moved into new premises in Singapore and added two divisions on the west coast of the US.
Dr Oriane Chausiaux, Chief Scientific Officer, Heartfelt Technologies and General Manager, Cambridge Digital Health
Serial entrepreneur in Digital Health, Oriane has experience in the development of telemedicine solutions for patients with a range of medical needs. She is a trained as a biologist with special interest in physiology and genetics. She has been developing healthcare solutions since 2005, and has a deep understanding of usability requirements as well as regulatory standards. More than a dozen of the products she has worked on are actively used by patients and clinicians around the world. Some of those are medical devices and have been cleared to use by the FDA and European regulators. Oriane also has experience in fundraising, both for companies and grant applications for individual projects.
Heartfelt Technologies exists to help patients, their families, carers and doctors reduce hospital re-admission rates from heart failure de-compensation. Heartfelt has developed a device to automatically monitor heart failure in the home, whilst fitting naturally around the patient's lifestyle. What this means for the patient and their carers is one less thing to worry about with their often complex drug and monitoring routines; for the doctor this means consistently collected data to help patients to live longer, healthier lives.
Cambridge Digital Health specialises in developing apps for the healthcare market, providing consultancy services to optimise return on investment from NHS-based clients in delivering apps which reduce administrative workload within healthcare facilities, and optimise patients flow and care.
Members of the Cambridge Science Park - please register via the form on the right - thank you.
Other invitees - please email [email protected]