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Precision Medicine & New Technologies: Transforming Clinical Research

Precision Medicine & New Technologies: Transforming Clinical Research

Published on February 8, 2016
The 2016 French American Innovation Days (FAID) will take place on February 9 and 10, 2016 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This conference is organized by the Office for Science & Technology of the Embassy of France in the United States and the GLOBAL CARE Initiative (a consortium of five non-profit French research institutes), in collaboration with the MIT - France program. FAID2016 will address the challenge of Precision Medicine & New Technologies - Transforming Clinical Research.

The goal of FAID 2016 is to bring together small and large companies, high level researchers from some of the best laboratories in France and the US as well as patient, regulators and government’s stakeholders to highlight the work being done in both countries and to encourage further collaborations.


When: February 9-10, 2016
Where: MIT Media Lab, 75 Amherst St, Cambridge, MA 02139
Program: http://faid2016.france-science.org/program/
Registration: http://faid2016.france-science.org/venue-registration/ - registration is free, but mandatory.


The Ambassador of France to the US, Gérard Araud, will launch the event on February 9, at 9am. Among the attendees: highly renowned academicians, technology transfer officers, strategic alliances directors and funding/ventures players in healthcare as well as government’s stakeholders. This high-traffic conference will broadcast innovative approaches along with disruptive ways to improve patient care based on state-of-the-art expertise in precision medicine.

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