BIH Digital Health Forum - September

Charité Campus Mitte
18:00 till 21:00
Charité Campus Mitte

Virchowweg 16

10117 Berlin

BIH Digital Health Forum: Marc Filerman, CEO, German Accelerator Life Sciences, Boston, will give an insight into digital health innovation

 

Dos and Don'ts for Academic Founders in Digital Health and Beyond?

Are you a researcher, clinician, health care professional, designer, developer, engineer, regulatory expert, corporate innovator, entrepreneur, investor or mentor working in digital health, or generally interested in this topic?

You are cordially invited to the upcoming BIH Digital Health Forum – an event series to connect everyone working in digital health to stimulate our innovation ecosystem in Berlin and beyond.

The event series is organized by BIH Innovations and partners. This time supported by German Accelerator Life Sciences (GA Life Sciences):

Marc Filerman*, CEO German Acclerator Life Sciences (Boston, MA)

Dos and Don'ts for Academic Founders in Digital Health and Beyond?

Agenda (tentative):

5:30 – 6:00 pm Doors Open and Networking

6:00 – 6:10 pm Welcome: BIH

6:10 – 6:45 pm Keynote: Marc Filerman (GA Life Sciences)

6:45 – 7:20 pm Q & A and Panel Discussion

7:20 – 7:30 pm Open Mic: Participant Speed Talks – challenges, ideas, projects, solutions and any requests/asks (format: “I am… I am interested in/working on… I am looking for…”)

7:30 – 8:30 pm Networking with drinks and finger food

 

Everyone is invited to participate actively in the forum with questions and comments!

When? Wednesday, September 25, 2019, 6 pm, doors 5:30 pm

Where? Charité Campus Mitte, Hörsaalruine, Virchowweg 16, 10117 Berlin

 

*Learn more about the keynote speaker

Marc Filerman

Marc Filerman, CEO of German Accelerator Life Sciences, is a healthcare innovation leader with expertise in market development and early stage commercialization. He has broad corporate and startup experience leading marketing, sales and BD, and was a member of the CIMIT Healthcare Accelerator at Massachusetts General Hospital. Marc co-founded a molecular imaging startup, was Chief Commercial Officer of an NIH-funded homecare technology venture, and has been providing strategy, commercialization and investment guidance to startups since 2013. Prior to his entrepreneurial ventures, Marc held leadership positions in multiple healthcare companies, including VP of Global Marketing at iCAD, an AI/ML-based image analysis company, and Group Director of Marketing for Smith & Nephew’s operating room integration business. Marc has BS and MS degrees from MIT in Mechanical Engineering, did graduate work at the MIT AI Lab, and started his career designing ultrasound imaging systems.