April 24, 2015


30 Euston Square,
1 Melton Street,
London NW1 2FB

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Last year’s event sold out, so secure your place early with our Early Bird Offer.

WIRED Subscribers save 15 per cent, non-subscribers save 10 per cent by booking before February 28, 2015.

There is also a limited number of half-price tickets available for NHS and UK Government employees, Health Sector Startups and Registered Charities.



As with all WIRED events, WIRED Health is defined by excellent speakers. The following industry-leaders are already confirmed for April 24, 2015.

  • MatteoLai

Matteo Lai

Cofounder and CEO, Empatica

Lai's Empatica recently launched Embrace, the first medical-grade wearable for people with epilepsy and autism.

  • LamaNachman

Lama Nachman

Principal engineer, Intel Labs

Nachman will speak about how Intel developed a new user interface to keep Stephen Hawking talking.

  • Sophie

Sophie de Oliveira Barata

Founder of the Alternative Limb Project

de Oliveira Barata recently created gadget limbs for amputees.

  • SarahBlakemore

Sarah-Jayne Blakemore

Royal Society university research fellow

Blakemore will speak about how brains develop during adolescence.

  • Eleanor A. Maguire

Eleanor A. Maguire

Professor of cognitive neuroscience, UCL

Maguire researches memory, studying how the brain allows us to navigate and remember our experiences.

  • Clive Brown

Clive G. Brown

CTO, Oxford Nanopore

Brown will speak on how his company's USB stick-sized DNA sequencer will enable an “internet of living things”.

  • Marty Kohn

Martin Kohn

Chief medical scientist, Sentrian

Kohn was formerly the chief medical scientist at IBM Research, overseeing the use of the Watson supercomputer in healthcare.

  • GadiAmit

Gadi Amit

Founder, NewDealDesign

The designer behind some of Silicon Valleys most exciting projects will discuss how sensors should act when they meet the body.

  • JenHyatt

Jen Hyatt

CEO, Big White Wall

Hyatt is a social entrepreneur using social networks to transform mental healthcare.

  • JackKr

Jack Kreindler

High-altitude medic and future-technology evangelist

Kreindler will present a special session curated by the Singularity University / Exponential Medicine.

  • BradPerkins

Brad Perkins

Chief medical officer, Human Longevity

Human Longevity was founded to fight age-related diseases.

  • AdamGazzaley

Adam Gazzaley

Founding director, Neuroscience Imaging Center

Gazzaley 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.


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