"Insights from Industry" is a dynamic series of interviews at the cutting edge of the medical industry.
Every interviewee is a leader in their particular field and is handpicked to give an informative and accessible
insight into their chosen field. These interviews are guaranteed to keep you in the know in a rapidly changing industry.
An interview with Dr. Kristen Sowalsky, discussing a wearable gait sensor and its impact on Parkinson’s disease research.
An interview with Dr. Lloyd Tran, discussing the major barriers to Alzheimer’s research and development over the past 40 years.
An interview with James Flanaghan, discussing the uses of DREADDs in neurobiological research and the advantages of water-soluble ligands.
An interview with Dr. Tim Steppe, discussing the latest advances in the CLARITY technique and his top tips for scientists using this method in their research.
An interview with Dr. Peggy Taylor, discussing the biggest neurological research questions of today and how BioLegend is helping to develop new biomarkers for neurological disease.
An interview with Dr. Karolina Szczesna, discussing the tell-tale signs of a good antibody and how Proteintech are working to improve experimental results for scientists.
LetsGetChecked is a medical technology platform revolutionizing consumer healthcare by linking patients with labs to make healthcare open and patient-led.
At SfN 2018, Antti Nurmi explained a case study of how Charles River have used neuroimaging to study Batten's Disease.
An interview with Lindy O’Clair, discussing the challenges of studying neuronal systems over time, and the development of an automated platform by Sartorius.
An interview with Ramya Prabakaran & Melody Chang from GenScript, discussing the development of automated systems that improve outcomes for western blotting.
An interview with Cara Afzal and Lee-Ann Farrell discussing the importance of industry partnerships with the NHS, and how Janssen are working to improve dementia care for Manchester and hematology services for Wales.
An interview with Jennifer Lee, Director of Market Access and Advocacy at Janssen UK, the pharmaceutical company of Johnson & Johnson, discussing the importance of innovation in the private sector and making new technologies available to the NHS.
An interview with Glyn Barnes, Marketing Director for AliveCor, about Kardia Mobile and the Kardia Band, the FDA approved devices which can provide a diagnostic quality ECG reading in 30 seconds.
An interview with Brendan O'Brien from Vision Direct, discussing everything from the types of contact lenses available to preventing 'dry eye' and the future potential of smart lenses!
Reducing anemia in developing regions is a key strategic health goal with a prevalence of more than 60% in some developing countries.
Sqn Ldr Robert M. Gifford from the University of Edinburgh discusses the latest endocrinological research from the front line, and what his talk will cover at Medical Innovation 2018.
There are many definitions of hard-to-heal. More conventionally, it's based on underlying etiology of the wound, but in practice it's any wound that has not healed within a timely fashion. This is often due to a lack of coordinated care.
Currently, stress echocardiograms used to diagnose heart disease are only 80% accurate, meaning many patients are misdiagnosed or sent home. Ultromics have developed a tool that uses machine learning to gather data and improve the accuracy of heart disease diagnoses to over 90%.
Antimicrobial resistance is currently one of the biggest health threats in the world. Gary Cohen and Steve Conly discuss the role of Becton, Dickinson & Co and other organizations in the private sector in combating the spread of resistance.
The way that sick children are taught about their condition is outdated and often doesn't cater to their needs. Dom Raban from Corporation Pop is hoping to change that, through the development of an app that uses artificial intelligence to answer any questions children may have about their care in real-time.