WIRED HEALTH 2015:
APRIL 24, 2015
30 Euston Square,
1 Melton Street,
London NW1 2FB
A full agenda will be announced soon.
Click here to see the 2014 agenda
Last year’s event sold out, so secure your WIRED Health 2015 place now with our Early Bird Offer.
Grants Available: WIRED Health, working with Medilink UK, is pleased to announce that as part of the Science Industry Partnership (SIP), a skills programme for the Med Tech sector, you may be eligible to receive a grant covering 50 per cent of the ticket price for WIRED Health. For more information and to take advantage of this offer, please contact Beverley Fearnley: Bev@medilinkem.com 0115 912 4330.
There is a limited number of half-price tickets available for NHS and UK Government employees, Health Sector Startups and Registered Charities.
Billy Boyle (Main Stage speaker)
Cofounder, Owlstone Nanotech
“I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for including me in WIRED Health’s startup program. It was a fantastic experience to meet so many wonderful people and learn about the game changing innovations on the horizon. It was lovely to spend with dynamic colleagues.”
Keira Barr (Startup Stage speaker)
CEO & founder, A.R.O., Inc.
“Thanks again for the fantastic WIRED Health conference last week. It was a pleasure and honour to speak on the day, and we made some excellent connections. The mix of people was superb!”
Bruce Hellman (Main Stage speaker)
CEO & founder, uMotif
“Thank you for inviting Azoi to WIRED Health. [We] made some interesting connections and benefited from some very useful insight and guidance from key people within the industry in the UK. We very much enjoyed the day. So thank you and congratulations on putting together a great day.”
Toby Walsh (Startup Stage speaker)
“Your team excelled themselves, it was a great event and your contributions were clearly a huge part of that. I wish all event planners were as good as your team!”
Clementine Baig, on behalf of Ali Parsa (Main Stage speaker)
“I was just at WIRED Health which was a very well organized, standing-room only event — really first class in every way. Tons of press and lots of interesting speakers/thinkers. I’m sure the main WIRED event in October will be even grander and better.”
Sonny X Vu (Main Stage speaker)
CEO & founder, Misfit Wearables
“Our CEO, Daniel Ghinn wanted me to pass on his thanks to you and the team for a really interesting day […] I know he found it refreshing to see so much good science in a conference on health technology and the opportunity to see old friends and meet up with new people in healthcare innovation.”
Tessa Duggleby (delegate)
Global communications manager, Creation Healthcare
“I really enjoyed the day, I thought it was an excellent mix of presenters and topics.”
Dr George Brighton (delegate)
Core surgical trainee, Trauma and Orthopaedics, Torbay Hospital
WIRED HEALTH 2015 SPEAKERS
As with all WIRED events, WIRED Health is defined by excellent speakers. The following industry-leaders are already confirmed for April 24, 2015, to cover topics as diverse as genetics, prosthetics, data-driven healthcare, neuroscience and nanotechnology.
Vice-chairman, Ogilvy GroupSutherland will talk about how advances in the behavioural sciences are transforming government approaches to public health.
High Performance Director, Red BullWalshe works with international athletes and was also part of the Red Bull Stratos jump. He will talk about elite human performance.
Vice president, McLaren Applied TechnologiesMcGrath will describe how McLaren is applying its experience in real-time data processing and predictive analytics to remote biotelemetry of patients in clinical trials.
Inventor of the K1 auto-disable syringeKoska's mission is to make the use of auto-disable syringes mandatory globally.
Professor & Chair, Dept. Anatomy & Neuroscience, University College CorkCryan is a neuroscientist studying how the gut influences stress and behaviour.
Cofounder and CEO, EmpaticaLai's Empatica recently launched Embrace, the first medical-grade wearable for people with epilepsy and autism.
Principal engineer, Intel LabsNachman will speak about how Intel developed a new user interface to keep Stephen Hawking talking.
Founder of the Alternative Limb Projectde Oliveira Barata recently created gadget limbs for amputees.
Royal Society university research fellowBlakemore will speak about how brains develop during adolescence.
Professor of cognitive neuroscience, UCLMaguire researches memory, studying how the brain allows us to navigate and remember our experiences.
CTO, Oxford NanoporeBrown will speak on how his company's USB stick-sized DNA sequencer will enable an “internet of living things”.
Chief medical scientist, SentrianKohn was formerly the chief medical scientist at IBM Research, overseeing the use of the Watson supercomputer in healthcare.
Founder, NewDealDesignThe designer behind some of Silicon Valley's most exciting projects will discuss how sensors should act when they meet the body.
Co-director, Oxford Martin Programme of Nanotechnology and academic fellow at Physics Dept, University of OxfordTrigueros is using nanotech to develop new medicines such as a drug delivery system for cancer cells.
Prosthetics pioneerAckland will speak about the experiences of living with a bionic prosthetic.
CEO and founder, Big White WallHyatt is a social entrepreneur using social networks to transform mental healthcare.
High-altitude medic and future-technology evangelistKreindler will present a special session curated by the Singularity University / Exponential Medicine.
Chief medical officer, Human LongevityHuman Longevity was founded to fight age-related diseases.
Founding director, Neuroscience Imaging CenterGazzaley will explain how video games are the future of medicine and education.
Further speakers will be announced in the lead-up to the event. Click here to see who spoke at WIRED Health 2014.