Join us for a seminar on translational research and commercialization in precision medicine, featuring international speakers and world-class guests.
This seminar will give you an insight into the current public health strategies through keynote lectures and engaging roundtables. We will be discussing precision medicine and translational research as well as exploring case studies of successful and ongoing projects such as the Healthy Human Global Project – Hong Kong.
Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to learn from experts in the field!
Date: 16 June, 2023
Venue: INNO2, 2/F, Building 17W, Hong Kong Science Park Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to overwhelming responses, registration for on-site attendance is closed. You are welcome to join us online through Zoom: https://hkstp.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_O7FonI8fSRSb14kg-lOqnQ
Professor Roberto Bruzzone, Co-Director, C2i and the HKU-Pasteur Research Pole
Mr Albert Wong, Chief Executive Officer, HKSTP
Dr. Darragh Duffy, Principal Investigator, C2i & the Institut Pasteur Understanding the Causes and Consequences of Immune Variability
Professor James Di Santo, Principal Investigator, C2i & the Institut Pasteur Preparing Human Mucosal Immune Barriers for the Next Pandemic
Panel Discussion 1: Translational Research and Commercial Development for Public Health
Dr. Darragh Duffy, Principal Investigator, C2i & the Institut Pasteur
Ir. Dr. Alfred Tan, Deputy Director, Technology Transfer Office (HKU)
Dr. Mia Hu, Investment Director, Boehringer Ingelheim Venture Fund
Ms. Shan Wu, General Manager of Hong Kong and Macau, AstraZeneca China
Dr. Vincent Rouilly, Senior Data Scientist, the Institut Pasteur
Panel Discussion 2: Application of the HHGP-Hong Kong Approach for the Development of Public Health Strategies
Dr. Sophie Valkenburg, Associate Professor, University of Melbourne
Professor James Di Santo, Principal Investigator, C2i & the Institut Pasteur
Professor David Bishai, Director, School of Public Health (HKUMed)
Dr Sook-San Wong, Assistant Professor, the HKU-Pasteur Research Pole