Join us on December 15th to hear inspiring talks, learn about the latest technologies in healthcare, new methodologies in improving patient care, and some of the most pressing challenges we have to tackle. Come and meet a diversified group of like-minded attendees looking shape the future of healthcare!
This event is organized by Hello Tomorrow San Francisco, whose goal is to highlight disruptive technologies that will shape the future of biomedicine.
Our goal is to inspire and encourage the next generation of change-makers, fostering interdisciplinary collaborations, to accelerate innovation in the field, while taking the opportunity to converse about the ethical, legal, political and operational challenges that must be addressed in the near future.
5:00PM: Mingle and have a drink in our beautiful jazz venue
5:30PM: Opening remarks from Emmanuel Lebrun-Damiens, Consul General of France in San Francisco
5:45PM: Keynotes from Aubrey de Grey on the science of ageing, Andy May on CRISPR/Cas9 and Jacques Mallet on gene therapy and the regulation of therapteutic transgenes
6:25PM: Panel on the legal and ethical issues related to gene editing and anti-ageing research, Moderated by Hank Greely
6:45PM: Fireside chat between Adham Adjahmi and Cynthia Franck on rare disease research and the importance of patient engagement
7:05PM: Keynote from Michel Maharbiz & 2nd Keynote TBD soon
7:45PM: Panel on the challenges related to the use of artificial organs and miniaturized implants to treat diseases, Moderated by Hank Greely
8:05PM: Presentation from Mitesh Rao on the adoption of these technologies by health systems and the accessibility for patients
8:25PM: Closing remarks
8:30PM — 10:30PM: Cocktail, awesome Buffet... and Live Music!
For more information and to register, visit the Eventbrite page!