THANK YOU!

TRANSLATIONAL INNOVATION FOR PATIENT-CENTERED HEALTHCARE!

We would like to thank everyone for the great contribution and fruitful networking either as a speaker or a participant at the Virtual Charité BIH Entrepreneurship Summit 2021!

With an outstanding one-day program, we hosted over 1,100 international entrepreneurs, innovators, investors, physicians, and scientists from more than 30 countries! Supported by this year’s partner country Scotland, we welcomed many exceptional leaders and experts in life sciences and translational medicine among our 35 high profile speakers, who actively participated to discuss Translational Innovation for Patient-Centered Care in four excellent sessions:

  • Emerging Technologies for Point-of-Care Solutions
  • Next-Generation Immune Engineering
  • Tissue Engineering: A Loophole to Fight the Long-Term Effects of Covid-19?
  • Investing for a Pandemic-Resilient Future: How Do You Raise or Make Money without Access to the Healthcare System?

EXCLUSIVE INVITATION FOR REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS

We cordially invite you to use your credentials to watch all contributions and LSVM pitches on demand at cbes.berlin until May 17, 2021.

ENLIGHTENING EXPERT IMPULSES

Great impulses were given in four keynotes and interviews:

Innovation in a Pandemic
Professor Jason Leitch CBE
National Clinical Director
Scottish Government

Precision Medicine: The Living Laboratory
Professor Dame Anna Dominiczak,
Regius Professor of Medicine
University of Glasgow, Scotland

The Ethics of Translational Innovation in Covid-Times
Professor Arthur Caplan
Mitty Professor of Bioethics
Grossman School of Medicine
New York University, NY

interviewed by:

Professor Mildred Z. Solomon
President of The Hastings Center;
Professor for Global Health and Social Medicine
Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA

In an exclusive fireside chat our special guest:

John Brownstein
Chief Information Officer
Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA

interviewed by:

Marc Filerman
Managing Director
German Accelerator Life Sciences, Boston, MA, USA

gave an insight into Innovation Translation Opportunities and Challenges in Post-Covid Era.

A TRULY VIRTUAL LIFE SCIENCES VENTURE MARKET

At this year's virtual Life Sciences Venture Market, 33 healthcare startups in MedTech, Pharma, and Digital Health from five countries were invited to extend their strategic network and to highlight their business concepts in a 3-minute online pitch. An independent jury of ten gave valuable feedback, selected and awarded the six best startups:

Award 1,000 € and Invitation to Entrepreneurs in Global Health@WHS:

  • HT BioImaging Ltd. · Ganei Am, Israel
  • BODYTUNE · Magdeburg, Germany
  • Cytochroma Ltd. · Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Invitation to Entrepreneurs in Global Health@WHS:

  • DermoTech GmbH · Bad Homburg, Germany
  • Nephrolytix – Rapid Detection of Acute Kidney Injury · Berlin, Germany
  • Waire Health · Lanark, Scotland, UK

Congratulations!

MEANINGFUL DISCUSSIONS DURING OUR STARTUP WORKSHOPS

In four workshops, future entrepreneurs also had the chance to learn more about crucial topics startups need to face such as financing, internationalization, user-centered design in healthcare, and market access in Germany for digital health startups. Our workshop moderators from High-Tech Gründerfonds, Germany, German Accelerator Life Sciences, USA, Flying Health, Germany, and the Berlin Institute of Health, Germany, provided expertise and best practice.   

MODERATION

Finally, we would like to share our sincere gratitude to our charming and entertaining moderator, Professor Horst Domdey, for his experience and broad perspective and navigating us through this virtual event.

SPONSORS AND PARTNERS

We are very thankful to our sponsors and supporters Berlin Institute of Health, High-Tech Gründerfonds Management, and our current and former partner countries Scotland resp. Scotland Hub in Germany, Israel resp. Invest in Israel (2017), and Canada (2016).