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2017 S T Lee Lecture: Setting fundable priorities for universal healthcare coverage: global concept, local applications.
Date: Wednesday 15 February 2017
Time: 5:30 - 8:00pm
Location: Charles Perkins Centre D17, University of Sydney
Distinguished Guest Lecturers Kalipso Chalkidou (Director, Global Health and Development Team, Imperial College London) and Yot Teerawattananon (Founding Leader of Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program & Senior Researcher Scholar of Thailand’s Research Fund) will discuss their experiences in working alongside policy makers in their own countries (HITAP in Thailand and NICE in England) and also around the world to promote good processes and robust methods in setting fundable priorities for universal healthcare coverage.
Neuroscience - 'The Importance of Collaborations'
Date: Thursday, 2 February 2017
Time: 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm (AEST) - Please join us for presentations & an interactive discussion followed by networking.
Venue: Johnson and Johnson Innovation Partnering Office @ QUT | Seminar Room, Level 4, IHBI, QUT
60 Musk Ave, Kelvin Grove, QLD 4059
Please join us to kick start our very first seminar for 2017 at the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Partnering Office @ QUT!
Learn more about the amazing brain and cutting edge collaborations globally and in Queensland.
Dr Guy Seabrook will be giving the keynote presentation. Dr Seabrook is an international expert from the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Centre in California, and is the Neurosocience lead to help co-create and implement the external innovation strategy. Guy will make an interesting presentation providing global insight and knowledge on the Californian Innovation eco-system, and what we here in Australia can all learn from it.
Dr Seabrook's role is to identify the best opportunities for value-generating collaborations and develop an industry-leading portfolio of investment opportunities. This involves the cultivation of a strong scientific network of experts in the global innovation community.
He has more than 23 years of experience in drug discovery research, which includes preclinical research on marketed products and candidates in clinical development. Formerly, Guy was part of Eli Lilly’s Global External Research & Development (GER&D) organization where he led the GER&D team for the Lilly Bio-Medicines Business Unit, and also at Merck & Co, Inc., where he was the Head of the West Point Department of Alzheimer's Disease Research.
RSVP by 31st January - follow the links via eventbrite as places are limited.
Public Lecture Series: Emeritus Professor Deborah Dougherty
Innovating in Complex Eco-Systems: The Case of Pharmaceuticals
Date: Wednesday 01 Mar 2017
Time: 5:15pm to 7:30pm
Venue: UQ Business School Executive Venue, Level 19, 345 Queen Street, Brisbane 4000
Emeritus Professor Deborah Dougherty - Rutgers University
Developing new drugs for unmet medical needs such as Alzheimerâ€™s, cancers, or PTSD requires innovating across a complex eco-system, where knowledge for innovation emerges unpredictably. Innovators must take advantage of emergence by grabbing up fragmented, dispersed, and noisy information. But how can so many scientists, managers, public officials, and entrepreneurs take advantage of emerging knowledge for innovation? This talk details how.
For further information and to RSVP, please visit the website.