Great success for SILS 2015



The second edition of Sherbrooke International Life Sciences Summit was a great success:

  • more than 250 participants from Canada, the United States, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Spain
  • 20 renowned speakers from the pharmaceutical and medical technology fields
  • more than 350 B2B meetings

» Read the press release

» Access the speakers’ presentations

SILS 2015 Pictures

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Speakers’ Presentations

  • Joel Dudley, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
    Connecting Precision Medicine to Precision Wellness Towards a Systems Understanding of Health and Disease
  • Pierre-Carl Michaud, Industrial Alliance Research Chair on the Economics of Demographic Change
    Future Longevity and Population Health Improvements: An Economic Perspective
  • Yvonne van Amerongen, De Hogeweyk and Oversingel, part of the Vivium Care Group
    De Hogeweyk, the Care Concept – Living life as usual with an advanced dementia
  • Charles River Laboratories Sherbrooke / Research Centre on Aging, Sherbrooke / University of Sherbrooke
    Drug Development and Autonomy, Two Strengths of the Estrie Region
  • Fiona Fitzgerald, GE Healthcare Canada
    Innovation in GE Healthcare
  • Steven G. Arless, Soundbite Medical
    Insights on the Key Success Factors of Global MedTech Commercialization
  • Karsten Russell-Wood, Philips Hospital to Home
    Transforming Data into Actionable Knowledge: Methods and Applications to Support Population Health
  • Carine Boonen, Flanders’ Care (Belgium)
  • Susanne Iwarsson, Lund University (Sweden)
  •  Lewis A. Lipsitz, Hebrew SeniorLife (USA)
  • Judith Phillips, Swansea University (Wales)