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Startup Lightning Talks

Alec Nielsen
Cory Kidd
Ena Chan Cratsenburg
Andrew M. Radin
Peter Donnelly
Richard Truran
Katrin Engelmann
Sam Olof
Asimov: Programming living cells to bring impossible biotechnologies to life
Catalia Health: Scalable chronic disease management using interactive robotics
Ginkgo Bioworks: Manufacturing custom microbes for cross-industry applications
twoXAR: Artificial intelligence-driven drug discovery
Genomics plc: Develop and apply cutting edge analysis and algorithms to our world-leading database of genomic and phenotypic data to uncover the relationships between genetic variation and human disease
Nightstar Therapeutics: A leading clinical-stage gene therapy company focused on developing and commercializing novel, one time treatments for patients suffering from rare inherited retinal disease that would otherwise progress to blindness
Oxehealth: Oxehealth’s secure optical system is an assistant for when staff can’t be there, paying attention to every room. It gives staff more time for hands-on care when and where they are needed most.
OxSyBio: Developing 3D printing techniques to produce a range of tissue-like and functional tissues for medical research and clinical applications
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30 mins
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MIT Hacking Medicine and the Last Mile of Care Delivery

Zen Chu
Health Tech Educator, Entrepreneur, Investor
Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management
Over the past five years, digital health innovation has consistently attracted billions of dollars in venture capital amid healthcare payment reform and care redesign. Ancient problems are being attacked in different ways and dogma overturned with real world data. However, complex healthcare bureaucracies, giant vested interests by incumbents, and slow change by healthcare professionals continue to slow the adoption of the best solutions. Examples will demonstrate how startups and entrepreneurs are attacking old problems with new business models and tech-enabled solutions that scale care while collapsing costs.
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27 mins
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Industry Keynote

Paul Drayson
CEO, Sensyne Health
Lord Drayson is an engineer and science entrepreneur who has over 25 years of experience in founding and leading successful businesses in food manufacturing, bioscience and motorsport research and development.

Lord Drayson was trained as an engineer in the car industry, has a degree in engineering and a PhD in robotics. In 1986, he founded Lambourn Food Company, a business based on novel manufacturing technology that he developed successfully over seven years with venture capital backing. Following Lambourn’s acquisition, in 1993 Lord Drayson co-founded with his wife, Lady Elspeth Drayson, the University of Oxford spin-out company PowderJect Pharmaceuticals Plc. He floated PowderJect on the London Stock Exchange in 1997 and over ten years as Chief Executive Officer he built PowderJect into a profitable FTSE 250 business and one of the world’s leading vaccine companies with operations in the United Kingdom, United States and Scandinavia. PowderJect was sold in 2003 via an agreed US$890 million cash acquisition by Chiron.

Lord Drayson has been interested in science and innovation policy since the 1990s, was Chairman of the BioIndustry Association 2001-2002 and was appointed to the House of Lords in 2004. He served as a Defence Minister in the British government from May 2005 to May 2010 and from October 2008 to May 2010 he attended cabinet as Minister for Science and Innovation.

In 2013, Lord Drayson set three FIA World Land Speed Records and four British Land Speed Records for electric vehicles driving the Drayson B12/69EV wirelessly charged prototype electric racing car developed by Drayson Racing Technologies. He is a member of Her Majesty’s Privy Council, a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and a non-executive director of Airbus.

In August 2018 Lord Drayson floated his medical artificial intelligence company Sensyne Health in London with a capitalisation of £225m. Sensyne Health is a healthcare technology company that creates value from accelerating the discovery and development of new medicines and improving patient care through the analysis and commercialisation of real-world evidence from large databases of anonymised patient data in collaboration with NHS Trusts.

Lord Drayson will present his experiences from 25 years of working to commercialise science with particular reference to the development and adoption of healthcare innovations.
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