Life Science Integrates
Formed in 2011 by Christopher Watt and Samuel Thangiah, Life Science Integrates (LSI) brings together Senior Leaders from across the Life Sciences, including industry, academia, government and regulators; providing them with unique opportunities to be part of the conversations that set out the industry’s challenges and identify effective strategies and solutions.
Our purpose is to find novel and engaging ways to bring people together; to discuss, debate and uncover the strategic solutions to their industry’s challenges by creating environments that challenge traditional concepts and enable constructive debate around disruptive innovations, business models and supply chains to ensure that today’s ideas and concepts will become the effective therapies and diagnostics of the future. Ultimately helping to ensure that the Life Science Industry delivers the best possible outcomes for patients and carers.
Life Science Integrates has enabled the conversations that have helped shape our industry today and will set the direction for the future.
Non Executive Director
Events & Marketing Manager
LIVE ONLINE 15 October 2020
Addressing the needs of the MedTech community to overcome the challenges needed to achieve a transformation of diagnostics and devices in healthcare.
LIVE ONLINE 16 November 2020
Focused on the biotech, start-up and emerging pharma sector addressing the needs of innovative companies that develop therapies of tomorrow.
LIVE ONLINE 17 November 2020
Bringing together pharma and healthcare leaders across the Pharmaceutical pipeline to address their needs, to share insights and create debate on crucial topics that influence the future of patient outcomes.
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