Films from 'No more empty gestures - how the NHS will work with industry and research' - 17 January 2019

There is little doubt that the UK is a leader in world class innovation in life sciences. Through advances in the understanding of biological systems, the changing landscape of genomics and a revolution in digital systems – the Cambridge cluster has made significant advances to improve human health. The challenge remains how do the NHS, industry and researchers work effectively together to deliver the treatments to transform future healthcare?

To answer these questions and more, we brought together the people and organisations who are leading the way through research, clinical excellence and commercial prowess. Below are talks from Charlie Davie, Managing Director, UCL Partners, Malcolm Lowe-Lauri, Executive Director, CUHP on behalf of Royal Papworth Hospital and Phillips, and Tracy Dowling Chief Executive Officer at CPFT.

There was also a panel comprising: Chair Professor Patrick Maxwell – Regius Professor of Physic and Head of School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge, Jaz Dhaliwal - Associate Partner at IBM Watson Helath Practice, UK and Ireland, Mark Kroese – Director, The PHG Foundation, Karen Lightning-Jones – Head of Future Place, Roche, Jane Osbourn – VP Research and Development and Site Leader for MedImmune, Piers Ricketts – Chief Executive, Eastern Academic Health Science Network (EAHSN) and Roland Sinker – Chief Executive, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

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