BC Wireless Health Forum promises a glimpse into the future of wireless health

DigiBC and LifeSciences BC want to give you a sneak peek into the future of medical technology on October 28 at the BC Wireless Health Forum III in Vancouver.

Leading wireless and digital media developers, life science executives, and representatives from health services, government, and academia will be presenting an in-depth look at the current state of the fast-evolving wireless health sector and the future of “personalized medicine.”

Four presentations will be given over the course of the day, including:

  • “Healthcare Unwired: Wireless Health Unlocks the Promise of Personalized Medicine” by Shauna Turner, Partner, Strategic Incite
  • “Genomics: The Ultimate in Personalized Medicine” by Dr. Richard Howlett, Director Business Development, Genome BC
  • “How Nano Research Can Help To Deliver Personalized Therapeutics” by Dr. Pieter Cullis, Ph.D. Director, CDRD Nano Medicines Research Group
  • “The Future of Personalized Sensors for Health & Disease” by Dr. Mark Ansermino, Director Pediatric, Anesthesia Research, BC Children’s Hospital

The fast-paced presentations will last from 8–10 a.m. and will be given at the Sutton Place Hotel (845 Burrard Street). Registration is required, and is priced at $40 for DigiBC and LifeSciences BC members and $60 for non-members (plus tax).

For more information and to register, visit the event page here.