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The Oxford Technology Showcase event in Precision Medicine and Digital Health at the Said Business School brought together prominent scientists, business leaders and healthcare professionals in this field, celebrated new technologies and research initiatives developed in and around Oxford, and explored their commercial potential.

Some of the latest breakthroughs in precision medicine and digital health that are transforming patient care – many of them developed in Oxford – have been in the spotlight at an event held on Tuesday (27 June).

The Oxford Technology Showcase event in Precision Medicine and Digital Health at the Said Business School brought together prominent scientists, business leaders and healthcare professionals in this field, celebrated new technologies and research initiatives developed in and around Oxford, and explored their commercial potential.

 

The event was presented through a partnership of NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), Oxford University Innovation, the University of Oxford Medical Sciences Division, the Oxford Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) and the Oxford Academic Health Science Network (AHSN). The showcase is also sponsored by the innovative product design, development and technology consultancy, Triteq.

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