Data & Genomics will have a significant impact on patients, research, local, regional and national administrations and politics, the business of life science, insurance, citizens, and digital health among other things – watch the video and learn more.
As a part of Week of Health & Innovation (www.whinn.dk) in Odense, Denmark, the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies is preparing a conference on “Data & Genomics: Realising the Nordic “Data Goldmine”.
Health will be disrupted by the potential of molecular and digital data, especially when in combination with advances in the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D printing, robotics and nano technology.
The Nordic Countries* have collected a vast amount of social and health data that can be considered a research, development and commercial goldmine, and be applied to both public and personal health. But we do not see this data used enough; what are the challenges and obstacles that are limiting its application?
*Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Greenland, Åland
"Data & Genomics: Realising the Nordic 'Data Goldmine'"
October 4th 2016
The programme for the conference is as follows (subject to change): Click here to view
The conference will be organised around the following four sessions:
Exclusive Top Speakers from the Fields of Data and Genomics
View the promotional flyer here.
More speaker profiles and session information to follow...
Please note: The conference has limited seats.
Please contact our conference coordinators:
Bogi Eliasen, FarGen & Associated Partner at CIFS
+45 6082 6226
Teddy Hebo Larsen, Associated Partner at CIFS
+45 2092 5767
Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies (Instituttet for Fremtidsforskning)
Odense Congress Center
October 4th, 2016
Teddy Hebo Larsen
Early: 2499 DKK (excl. VAT)
Regular: 2999 DKK (excl. VAT)
Late: 3499 DKK (excl. VAT)
Groups of two or more eligible for discount – see registration page here.
*Coffee, snacks, and lunch included
The conference has limited seats