This session will emphasise how effective and focused collaboration can help to address key NHS priorities including Health Inequalities, Prevention (especially LTC Management) and addressing Backlog; with the patient at the heart of all our work.
Chair: Dr Louise Jopling
commercial director, Health Innovation East
Louise holds a PhD in immunology from Imperial College London and drawing on both her background in science and years of experience in drug discovery, development and commercialisation within academia, biotech and pharmaceutical organisations, she leads the commercial team to develop partnerships and support innovators refine their business models, value propositions and navigate the NHS to maximise population benefit and generate economic growth at a regional and national level.
Louise joined Health Innovation East from Johnson and Johnson Innovation, where she led partnership activities across Europe, Middle East and Africa to identify and incubate external assets and capabilities to advance the portfolio of the Immunology Therapy Area for Janssen.
Louise is Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence at the Babraham Institute, a board member of the Medtech Accelerator, Strategic Advisor to Enhanc3D Genomics and a mentor on a number of accelerator programmes including Start Codon. She is also a long-standing member of the British Society for Immunology and on the Editorial Board for Immunotherapy Advances journal.
Dr Tim Ringrose
CEO, Cognitant Group; and president of the Digital Health Section, Royal Society Medicine
A nephrologist and intensive care specialist by training, Tim is an experienced health technology entrepreneur. Tim was CEO of Doctors.net.uk and M3 (EU) before co-founding Cognitant Group. He is immediate past president of the Digital health council at the Royal Society of Medicine and a non-executive director and adviser for several other health technology companies.
Dr Mamta Bajre
lead health economist and methodologist, Health Innovation Oxford and Thames Valley
Mamta Joined in August 2018. She leads the market access team in value proposition development, health economic modelling & grant application writing. Mamta previously worked as health economist at the National Institute for Health and Care Research In Vitro Diagnostics Co-operative in London. She also has over six years experience as a medical doctor.
co-founder and CEO, Lumino
Becky Cotton, Mamta Bajre, Tim Ringrose