BioWednesday: How is 5G Enhancing Healthcare Connectivity?
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5G has potential to transform the healthcare industry with applications from remote clinical monitoring (diagnosis and treatment) to robotic surgery assistance. During our BioWednesday we will be exploring mobile telecommunications possibilities in healthcare, including 5G technology: how it works, the patent implications that it raises and how it will be used to improve public health outcomes. We hope that you can join us afterwards for networking and drinks.
17.30 Arrival and Registration
17.45 Introduction from the hosts
- The role of 5G and Other New Connectivity Options in Healthcare
Zahid Ghadialy, Principal Analyst and Consultant, 3G4G
- Protecting 5G-enabled Inventions in Healthcare
Esther Ford, Partner, Marks & Clerk LLP
Gareth Williams, Partner, Marks & Clerk LLP
- Case Study: 5G in Healthcare, the Opportunities and the Pitfalls
James Graveston, Zuhlke, Principle Business Consultant (Healthcare)
19.00 Drinks and Nibbles
Hybrid Meeting Format
This session is being run in-person at Marks & Clerk (Cambridge) and will have an option to join online. Sign up now and we will be in touch with you post registration to confirm your preference for attendance in-person at Marks & Clerk (Cambridge) or online.
One Nucleus members: Free
Non-Members: £50 + VAT
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