Cambridge life science gurus Zoom in for Enterprise Tuesday event
The new series of Enterprise Tuesday – a Cambridge Judge Business School venture to inspire student entrepreneurs to build businesses – continues this evening (November 9) with a session on the life sciences.
It is being chaired by Dr Jason Mellad, CEO and co-founder of Cambridge healthcare accelerator Start Codon, and runs from 6.30 until 8pm. It is being conducted via Zoom and is free to attend – as are the two following sessions.
Cambridge shooting stars form the panel on Tuesday: Guest speakers in the session include Dr Marcel Gehrung, CEO of Cambridge AI diagnostics gamechanger Cyted, which was recently named a Business Weekly Awards winner.
He is joined by Steve Roest, co-founder of digital healthcare company Vital Signs Solutions; Dr Myriam Ouberai, CEO of Spirea – an antibody technology spin-out from Cambridge University – and Dr Gita Khalili Moghaddam, CEO of TumourVue which is developing a potentially transformative medical imaging device for cancer surgery.
Register via the CJBS website: visit www.jbs.cam.ac.uk/insight/events/enterprise-tuesday-9nov2021/
The digital revolution is discussed in the November 16 and 23 sessions. On November 16 cryptocurrencies are in the spotlight. The session will be chaired by Robert Wardrop, Centre Director, Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, Cambridge Judge Business School.
Guest speakers are Teana Baker-Taylor, Chief Policy Officer, Chamber of Digital Commerce; Jamie McNaught, founder of Solidi; Sean Kiernan, CEO, Greengage and Uzair Qidwai, CEO of Cent.
Genomics and AI will be debated on November 23 in a session chaired by Prashant Shah, co-founder of the o2h group and o2h co-work labs. Guest speakers are Debora Lucarelli, CEO at Enhanc3D Genomics and Jon Moore, executive chair, Pencil Biosciences.