The event agenda's time zone is CET.
Get in touch with the life sciences in the German Capital Region and
see the city during your stay! This year, the tour will take you to
Berlin-Buch, one of the most forward thinking biomedical hubs in
Germany. (For delegates from outside HealthCapital Berlin-Brandenburg
Companies, universities and research institutions are invited to apply for a short presentation.
The Cooperation Track offers an opportunity to companies and scientific institutions to introduce themselves in a five minute pitch, to make themselves known to a broad audience and to network. The focus is on the biotech, medtech, pharmaceutical and digital health sectors. If you are interested, please send your informal application to Volker Erb (email@example.com) or contact him by phone (+49 30 46302515) in case of further questions.
Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMPs): Status quo and future aspects
Introduction: ATMPs - an overview
Dr. Sabine Sydow, vfa bio
Guided talk with SMEs: Challenges and solutions in developing and bringing ATMP to the market
Prof. Dr. Regine Heilbronn, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Dr. Elisa Kieback, T-Knife
Dr. Steffen Hennig, Therycell GmbH
Experiences from academia and industry: ATMPs today and tomorrow
CAR-T-cells in oncology: Benefit, opportunities and challenges
Dr. Katja Schmidt, Novartis AG
Mesenchymal stem cells as cell drugs: Experiences and outlook
Dr. Christoph Prinz, Apceth Biopharma GmbH
BeCAT: bringing ATMP from the lab to clinical application
Prof. Dr. Petra Reinke, Berlin Center for Advanced Therapies (BeCAT)
Questions & Answers
Drug adherence, changing lifestyle habits, patient interaction or simply acquiring new knowledge can be difficult tasks for every individual. Who hasn’t lost motivation when trying to implement new year’s challenges? However, the issue of adherence and motivation are particularly difficult to steer from a provider’s side.
In 2003, the World Health Organization estimated that only about 50% of patients with chronic diseases living in developed countries follow treatment recommendations. A 2014 literature review from the Cochrane Library suggests that the figures have not improved.
Therefore, technologies and ideas from the gaming industry have recently become more and more prominent in the field of life science and healthcare. During this session, we will discover how the knowledge of the gaming industry can be used for medical purposes. The session will have a look into the underlying systematic and new technologies of gaming, showcase three successful examples of gaming in health and leave enough room for discussion of new applications.
The session is organised in cooperation with media:net berlin-brandenburg and the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin (HTW, University of Applied Science Berlin).
Aiming towards higher visibility and raising awareness of the possibilities of biobased industries in the capital region, the session will outline novel biobased products and techniques setting the path towards a biobased economy.
Winning with external expertise - real-life examples from the industry’s value chain presented by members of the CONELIS network.
CONELIS – the Competence Network Life Sciences – is an association of selected, independent experts providing top-tier consulting services to the life sciences industry.
Scientists present their work in a battle for “The Best Science Pitch”
Speed Lecture Award Ceremony
The winner of the audience voting will be announced.
Dr. Kai Bindseil, Cluster Manager HealthCapital Berlin-Brandenburg
Get-together and Networking