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SYMBIOSIS: Healthcare bioimaging and biosensing exchange

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29th November 2023
Advanced Research Centre, University of Glasgow

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Register and join the University of Glasgow and CENSIS for a knowledge exchange event focused on the future of healthcare-focused biosensing and bioimaging in Scotland.

Registration is free, and includes lunch and refreshments.

SYMBIOSIS is a unique opportunity for professionals, clinicians and researchers from industry, academia and the public sector to learn about new technologies, discuss open questions within the field, and access opportunities for cross-sector collaboration.

The event offers the chance learn about progress within core technological domains of biosensing and bioimaging including:

  • Point-of-care devices
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Remote sensing
  • Personalised medicine

Delegates will also discuss the current state and future of biosensing and bioimaging technology at round-table discussions on:

  • Potential impact of emergent technologies on the healthcare sector
  • Unsolved technical challenges which impede progress
  • Barriers to translation of research to impact, and the role cross-sector collaboration can play in overcoming them.

An afternoon networking and exhibition session will offer a platform to showcase new products and research, with breakout rooms available for one-to-one discussions.

Collaboration is at the heart of translating research to impact. Our goal is to open a dialogue between industry, academia, and frontline clinicians in the biosensing and bioimaging space, and to identify key challenges and opportunities for cross-sector collaboration.

Representatives from CENSIS and the University of Glasgow’s Impact Acceleration Account team will present on resources available to enable effective cross-sector partnerships.

Register via Eventbrite. 

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