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WIRED Health is the inspirational conference mapping the future of health. Featuring a speaker faculty comprised of thought-provoking disruptors, scientists and medical practitioners, WIRED Health challenges its audience to explore how technology and innovation will change the way we provide and access healthcare, and improve patient care for the future.
This year’s speakers include Mary Lou Jepsen, the engineering executive at Facebook, Oculus, Google and Intel behind Openwater, the company creating a portable MRI; Daniel M. Davis, professor of immunology at University of Manchester, and author of Royal Society shortlisted book The Beautiful Cure; Karyn McCluskey, chief executive of Community Justice Scotland, the co-creator of the Violence Reduction Unit, which treats violent crime as a public health issue.
Previous speakers at WIRED Health have included Peter Piot, the co-discoverer of the ebola virus; Dame Sally Davies, the chief medical officer of England, and Craig Venter, chairman and founder of the J Craig Venter Institute.
Celebrating its seventh year, WIRED Health attracts hundreds of healthcare, pharmaceutical, researchers, technologists and influencers. The event is proud to work with headline partner Microsoft Surface and event partners Centrica, Draper and EY, who will host the EY Access Stage and annual WIRED Health Startup Showcase.
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