TMED8 Making the Right Decision, for the Right Patient, at the Right Time

Making the Right Decision, for the Right Patient, at the Right Time

C-TRIC is delighted to announce the 8th Annual Translational Medicine (TMED8) Conference

Date: 20th and 21st September 2017
Venue: City Hotel, Derry/Londonderry, N.Ireland, UK

TMED8 will focus on “Making the Right Decision, for the Right Patient, at the Right Time” and will provide an overview of the €8.6m “Centre for Personalised Medicine, Clinical Decision Making and Patient Safety” (funded by SEUPB). Local and international delegates drawn from Academia, Business and Clinical will combine at TMED8 to explore how clinical decision making can be optimised to improve care for not only the individual but also the wider population.

Celebrating its eighth successful year, the event is recognised as a leading international conference in translational medicine and healthcare innovation, previously drawing clinicians, academics and businesses from UK, Ireland, Europe and the USA.

Clinical decision making remains to be a huge challenge globally. This year’s conference will focus on how the academic and business sectors can provide insight into how best to improve clinical decision making for clinicians, allied health care professionals and indeed the patient. In particular we will explore how digital healthcare can assist and improve clinical decision making.

TMED continues to target academics, clinicians, researchers and bio-industry R&D managers, with the aim of encouraging collaboration and communication, and to inform research and clinical interventions.

Registration Fee:

Early Bird Registration Fee = £150.00 (Register before 25th August 2017)
Full Registration Fee = £200.00;
Registration Fee for WHSCT/UU Staff = £85.00
Student Registration = £45.00

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Confirmed speakers to date:

Professor Tony Bjourson, Prof of Genetics, NI Centre for Stratified Medicine, Ulster University, UK
Dr Neil Black, Assistant Clinical Director of Acute Services and Consultant Physician, Endocrinology & Diabetes, WHSCT, UK
Dr Raymond Bond, Lecturer in Computer Science, Ulster University, UK
Professor Vivien Coates, Prof of Clinical Nursing Practice Research, UU/WHSCT, UK
Dr Xuemei Ding, Lecturer in Computer Science, School of Computing & Intelligent Systems, Ulster University, UK
Dr Sean Ennis, Lecturer, School of Medicine, University College Dublin / Co-Founder Genomics Medicine Ireland, ROI
Dr Hugh Gallagher, Consultant Renal Physician, Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust, UK
Dr Anne Kilgallen, Chief Executive, Western Health & Social Care Trust, NI
Dr Ying Kuan, Consultant Renal Physician & Lead Clinician, Western Health & Social Care Trust, NI
Steven Lazer, CTO & Chief Cloud Officer, DELL EMC Industries, USA
Dr Stephen Leslie, Consultant Cardiologist & Clinical Lead for Heart Failure, NHS Highland, UK
Dr Kenneth Martin, Senior Research & Development Scientist, Randox, ROI
Dr Brendan McCann, Chief Scientific Officer, Clinishare, UK
Dr Bernadette McGuinness, Clinical Senior Lecturer, Queen’s University, UK
Prof Paddy Nixon, Vice-Chancellor, Ulster University, NI
Professor James O’Donnell, Prof of Vascular Biology, Royal College of Surgeons, ROI
Dr Maurice O’Kane, Consultant Chemical Pathologist, Western Health & Social Care Trust / Director, NI Clinical Research Network, NI
Dr Conall O’Seaghdha, Consultant Nephrologist & Transplant Physician, Beaumont Hospital, ROI
Dr Aaron Peace, Director of Research & Development, WHSCT / CEO, C-TRIC, UK
Mr Michael Sugrue, Consultant Breast & General Surgeon, Letterkenny University Hospital / Galway University Hospital, ROI
Dr Nick van Terheyden, Digital Healthcare Strategist, Incremental Healthcare, USA
Dr Kongfatt Wong-Lin, Senior Lecturer, School of Computing & Engineering, Ulster University, NI