Program Open Consultation Meeting
Location: online, you will receive the link to login via e-mail
Online walk in
Welcome & Opening
Moderator: drs. Marcia Sanderse, Communication coach at Erasmus MC.
Delft University of Technology - Prof. dr.ir. Tim van der Hagen
The Road to Convergence
Prof. dr. Hans van Leeuwen
Convergence Example - Consultation Room 2030
Dr. Ir. Kasia Tabeau
Our Ambitions: Outline Strategiy Convergence Health - Technology
Prof. dr.ir. Richard Goossens
Convergence Example: Single Cell Biopsy
by Patrick van Luijk, former-Olympian
Entrepreneur and former-Olympian Patrick van Luijk won silver in the 200 metre and gold in the 4x100 relay team during the European Championships in Helsinki (2012).
During the semi-finals of the 4x100 relay at the Olympics in Beijing, he got extra inspired since as third runner, Usain Bolt was performing next to him. Currently he is founder of BioCheck - a Rotterdam based company that develops data based programmes to help people to recover from a burnout.
Patrick will give us some Energizer-exercises to do at home to keep that body moving. They are easy, require very little time and have big impact on the movement of your body!
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Break out sessions
For more detailed information about the break out sessions, check out this page.
1. Research theme: Fundamentals of Health and Disease
Moderated by Prof. dr. Gijsje Koenderink, Professor Department Bionanoscience Delft University of Technology & Prof. dr. Joost Gribnau, Head Department Developmental Biology, Erasmus MC & Prof. dr. Roland Kanaar, Head department Molecular Genetics, Principal Investigator at Erasmus MC.
2. Research theme: Improving Health Journey by (Health) Data
Moderated by Prof. dr.ir. Richard Goossens, Program Director Convergence for Health & Technology Delft University of Technology, Erasmus Medical Center and Erasmus University Rotterdam & Prof. dr. Arfan Ikram, Professor and Chair of Epidemiology at the department of Epidemiology, Erasmus MC.
Moderated by Prof. dr. Antoinette de Bont, Professor in Sociology of Innovation in Health care at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam & Prof. dr. Valentijn Visch, Associate Professor at Delft University of Technology, Industrial Design.
4. Research theme: Human-centred AI for Health
Moderated by Prof. dr. Wiro Niessen, Professor of Medical Image Analysis at Erasmus MC & Delft University of Technology, Founder & Scientific Lead Quantib & Marcel Reinders (tbc), Head Pattern Recognition and Bioinformatics section at Delft University of Technology.
5. Health-Tech Convergence Education
Moderated by Prof. dr. Maarten Frens, Vice Dean of Erasmus MC at Erasmus Medical Center and Professor Systems Physiology at Erasmus Medical Center & Jane Cramm, Director of Education at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
6. Health-Tech Convergence Facilities
Moderated by Prof. dr. Jenny Dankelman, Professor in BioMechanical Engineering at Delft University of Technology & Prof. dr. Gijs van Soest, Professor at Erasmus MC and co-founder at Kaminari Medical.
7. Health-Tech Convergence Fast-Track Innovation
DIA4Health focuses on the health data and AI ecosystem to support data research and AI applications in the health(care) domain. It should facilitate easy yet secure data sharing, ethically, on a legal basis and with regard for ownership.
Plenary session: Scientific dreams
Break out sessions, round 2
Plenary session: Scientific Dreams
Pitch - The Impact of Virtual Reality on Healthcare
Questions, and next steps
Break out moderators show the insights resulting from the sessions
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