Thursday October 15th
4 :00pm – 8 :00pm
The Open Innovation Club (OIC) is proud to launch its chapter in Boston!
Join us on October 15th for our first Innovation Meetup in Boston on Personalized Health.
What is Personalized Health?
Personalized health aims at providing the right treatment, to the right patient, with the right dose, at the right time. With lower cost of sequencing, we can now customize a therapy with a patient’s genetic profile. The concept of personalized health is also transforming the entire medical process, allowing additional stakeholders to be involved.
About this event
This event will provide insights on the impacts of data analytics, connected devices and personalization services in the healthcare sector and beyond. Executives from Sanofi and Ipsen will discuss challenges in this space, and innovative companies will pitch their disruptive solutions. This event will be the perfect opportunity for startups, large corporations and Key Opinion Leaders to exchange and network on latest developments in personalized health.
Call for startups
If your focus is on Biotech, Digital Health, Connected Health, or Medtech, and you want to be one of the 10 companies pitching at this event, apply HERE.
During the tech showcase, you will benefit from:
- a 3 min pitch
- a demo table available during the whole conference
- a networking session with all the participants
For the complete agenda and to register for the event, see details here.
About the Open Innovation Club
The Open Innovation Club (OIC), launched in San Francisco in 2014, is a collective of large French and Americans companies aiming at fostering open innovation across all stakeholders in the innovation ecosystem. The OIC provides French and American corporations-members a platform to efficiently access, manage and integrate innovation generated by the interaction of French and American private and public organizations. The Club was founded by EDF R&D USA, TOTAL New Energies, Renault Silicon Valley, PRIME, The French Tech Hub and the French Consulate in San Francisco.