This week Candesic hosted a roundtable to champion our genetics sector in a global race of discovery.
Dr Michelle Tempest kicked off the event explaining three broad reasons why the UK should remain positive about the future:
First – we are a proud diverse and multicultural nation, which is much needed for inclusive data sets,
Second – we are blessed with a trusted life sciences and research sector to safeguard genetic data for the good of the world,
Third – Because we have big data, AI and quantum computing capabilities, imperative for sensitive end-to-end data crunching.
We all had a lovely time discussing how Government must offer long term support for genetic research, data management and future global insights.
Anthony Browne, MP for South Cambridgeshire was a wonderful master of ceremony`s, with everyone offering exceptional insights to solve complex issues and build a better future all whilst having fun.
The wise guests included a full spectrum of people from Government, Genomics England, academic researchers, pharma and SME's:
Will Quince- Minister of State at Department of Health and Social Care
James Morris- MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis, Health and Social Care Select Committee
Matt Hancock- MP for West Suffolk & Previous Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
Parker Moss- Genomics England
Peter Donnely- Genomics plc
Daniel Vogel- Genomics plc
Anthony Finbow- Eagle Genomics
Joanna Holbrook- Cambridge Epigenetix
Serena Nik-Zainal- University of Cambridge
Nora Colton- UCL
Erik Ingelsson- GSK
Karen Sayal- GSK
Patrick Short- Sano Genetics
Andreas Weber- Evident IQ
Elad Duschak- Operose Health
Jason Mellad- Start Codon
Jayesh Pankhania- Congenica
Raghib Ali OBE- Our Future Health
Bilal Tahir- Three Hills Capital Partners
Johan Hueffer- Novo Holdings
Marc Kitten- Candesic
Dr Leonid Shapiro- Candesic
We also spotted an article this week featuring Dr Raghib Ali on how genomics can help us age better by keeping ourselves healthier for longer- https://lnkd.in/eG3pHjJh
Thanks again to all the guests!
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