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Isansys and OBN host life science and industry members

Published on: 08/06/2016

To showcase value of partnerships in achieving better patient outcomes

Life science members from a wide range of backgrounds have come together with business leaders and innovators from industry and universities at a partner showcase to highlight the work of the Oxford Academic Health Science Network (Oxford AHSN). Approximately 40 people attended the event on Thursday May 19th which took place here on Milton Park at the Innovation Centre.

It was a chance for delegates to highlight the world-leading life science taking place in the Oxford region and to discuss the challenges and opportunities around this including investment, speeding up adoption, the challenges of developing new antibiotics and generating economic growth.

They were welcomed by Keith Errey, CEO of Isansys Lifecare, and Jon Harris, CEO of OBN both occupiers on Milton Park.

Keith spoke about how Isansys is leading the way with a unique vision of digital health embodied in its Patient Status Engine, a remarkable new patient monitoring platform which collects and analyses patients’ vital signs and alerts doctors and nurses when a patient’s health is deteriorating. He also emphasised the importance of collaboration in creating opportunities for innovators which will ultimately benefit patients.
Professor Gary Ford, CEO of the Oxford AHSN, then set the scene with an overview of the breadth of collaborative work across the Oxford AHSN region.

This was demonstrated in the wide-ranging presentations given by senior executives of some of Oxford’s leading lifescience businesses including Peter Nolan, CBO of Oxford BioMedica, Dr Eliot Forster, CEO of Immunocore, Steve Harris, CEO of Circassia and Andy Varde, Director of Research & Development at Owen Mumford Ltd.

Copies of the three documents from Oxford AHSN, which were made available at the event, can be found online here: http://www.oxfordahsn.org/news-and-events/news/may-newsletter-full-of-news-and-opportunities/

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