Technology Driving Precision Medicine

Co-Located with Molecular Med TRI-CON Asia

May 28-31, 2013
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

 

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Wednesday, May 29

8:00 Morning Coffee


BIG DATA, BIG MEDICINE 

8:30 Chairperson’s Remarks

Narendra K. Saini, CEO, Sukrut Systems

8:40 Doctors- Patients, the Highway Communication

Jayadeep ReddyJayadeep Reddy , Founder and C.E.O, e Health Access Pvt Ltd

In today’s world, we are bombarded by the Internet and mobile technologies. The technology that is constantly changing is influencing the way Doctors and Patients communicate. The communication has changed paramount via audio, video, chat, e-mail etc.

This paper talks about how the latest modes of communication impact our daily lives with respect to healthcare. It gives doctors an opportunity to serve society in a better manner by not restricting to clinic alone, thereby reaching more patients; also doctors are able to spend quality time with patients. With the different modes of communication, patient is in a better position to interact with specialists. They have an easy, anytime, anywhere access to expert advice expediently. In particular, it is helpful for aged patients who with a little knowledge on technology can interact with Doctors effectively without having to depend.

9:00 Mobile and Cloud - Rethinking Diagnostics

Sailesh ChutaniSailesh Chutani, Ph.D., President and CEO, Mobisante, Inc.

Point-of-care diagnostics devices, coupled with the power of real-time data in the cloud, can revolutionize access to health care while reducing costs. Such devices can be made simple enough and affordable to be used by mid-level professionals in the field. Connectivity allows access to remote experts, storage of data in the cloud, as well as intensive computations and analysis of that data. Mobisante has used this model to create a smart phone and cloud-based ultrasound imaging system, where the collected set of images can be archived in the cloud, processed for enhancements, and analyzed for providing guidance.

PerkinElmer NEW 20099:20 Case Studies in How to Extract the Value of Scientific Data

Clive Higgins, Vice President, Marketing, Informatics, PerkinElmer

9:50 Coffee Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster viewing

10:40 M2M Perspective of the New World Health Paradigm

Narendra SainiNarendra K. Saini, CEO, Sukrut Systems

M2M is chipping in every part of life, and health segment is not untouched by it either. There have been tremendous efforts in the recent times by the M2M community to not only contribute in the development, but also in efficient delivery of health services in general. This talk will revolve around the M2M technology that is being developed for a better health service delivery by way of service delivery platforms and a few use case scenario. 

11:00 The Collaboration Imperative in Clinical Research

Gerard WongGerard Wong, MBBS, MBA, Deputy Director, Investigational Medicine Unit (IMU), National University Health System, Singapore

In the search for better therapeutics and improved disease management, clinical research remains the vital element in bringing new products to market and translating new discoveries, technologies and procedures to actual medical practice. The complexities involved now warrant better and more effective ways to make a real clinical impact that decreases morbidity and mortality. To meet increasing demands from stakeholders and rising costs of healthcare, there is a new imperative for more collaboration.

EMC11:20 7 Billion Small Data Bins: A Systems View from Biology to Storage to Analytics

Sanjay Joshi, CTO, EMC Isilon Storage Division

There is a global effort underway to understand the complexity of humans and their health and apply it to clinical practice. This endeavor requires systems thinking at massive scale. We will present a practical approach based on the combined analysis of our customers who are beginning to knock on the doors of Exa-Scale data.

11:50 Panel Discussion: Healthcare Ecosystem Going through a Paradigm Shift

Moderator:
Stanley Y. Shaw, M.D., Ph.D., Co-Director, Center for Assessment Technology and Continuous Health (CATCH), Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH); Co-Director of Chemical Biology, MGH Center for Systems Biology; Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
Panelists:

Jayadeep Reddy, Co-Founder and CEO, e Health Access Pvt Ltd

Narendra Saini, CEO, Sukrut Systems

Samik Ghosh, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Systems Biology Institute

12:30 Lunch on Your Own

12:40 End of IT Infrastructure and the Cloud



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