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BRAINTEASER Focus Groups: suitable exploitation routes co-design Workshop

February 1 | 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

BRAINTEASER is a data science project that seeks to exploit the value of large clinical datasets integrated with personal and environmental data collected through low-cost sensors, to develop AI-based clinical software and mobile apps to support patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and multiple sclerosis and their clinicians. The series of four Focus Group online workshops is organised with the aim of enlarging the project’s vision on users and market needs, obtaining additional requirements and accompanying the BRAINTEASER Consortium towards the most suitable results’ sustainability and commercialisation strategy. This first workshop is aimed at offering an overview of the BRAINTEASER project as a whole, spotting a light on the apps and clinical tools that are under development. Advocacy patient groups representatives, clinicians, policy makers, ICT professionals, ethical and standardisation experts will animate the plenary discussion. By implementing the principles of participatory design, the experts will be engaged in a dialogue on clinical unmet needs, diseases course, clinical practices, new emerging research towards the development of more accurate and personalised treatment outcomes, to assess and enhance the BRAINTEASER solutions and its exploitation approach.

By invitation only 

Agenda

14:00 Welcome and overall project presentation

Barbara Di Camillo – BRAINTEASER Scientific and Technical Manager, University of Padova

14:10 BRAINTEASER Apps

Manuel Ottaviano – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, LifeSTech

14:25 The project’s innovation approach and exploitation challenges

Alessia Baretta – BRAINTEASER Innovation and Exploitation Manager, InSilicoTrials Technologies

14 :40 Plenary discussion

  Patient associations

  Medical and scientific experts

  ICT experts

  Policy Makers

  Ethical and standardisation experts

15 :15

Closing remarks

Details

Date:
February 1
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
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