HealthTech Integrates 2024

25th June 2024



Headline Sponsors:

Kadans Science Partner Canary Wharf Group


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Cynthia Bullock

Cynthia Bullock

Innovate UK
Nishan Sunthares

Nishan Sunthares

Michelle Sullivan

Michelle Sullivan

Boston Scientific
Steven Bagshaw

Steven Bagshaw

Hanadi Jabado

Hanadi Jabado

Sana Capital
Kate Witkowska

Kate Witkowska

Genomics England


08:30 - 09:30
Registration & Networking
09:30 - 09:40
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Jinjie Wang

Jinjie Wang

Canary Wharf Group

09:40 - 10:00
Fireside Chat: The challenges surrounding digital transformation in the NHS
Martin Carpenter interviewed by Jane Kennedy
Martin Carpenter

Martin Carpenter

NHS Kent & Medway

Jane Kennedy

Jane Kennedy

Discovery Park


Discussing the advances in technology, data and devices that are driving the future of HealthTech. Exploring the ecosystem of people, skills, funds and policy that are shaping the HealthTech sector.

10:05 - 10:50

The reinvention of prevention

Prevention is better than a cure. Can diagnostics devices, early detection, and a better understanding of wellness support the shift from a reactive to proactive healthcare system?

Facilitated by

Cynthia Bullock

Innovate UK


  • John Terry | Neuronostics
  • Nishan Sunthares | ABHI
  • Katrina Douglas | OXLABS
  • Kanu Batra | Speek Health

10:50 - 11:20

Networking Coffee Break

Headline Sponsors:

11:20 - 12:05

Innovation to commercialisation

HealthTech innovations only have real-world benefits when they’re in the hands of the people who need them. How do you develop your regulatory and commercialisation strategy for a smooth journey to market?

Facilitated by

Neil Mesher

MyHealthChecked PLC


  • Rahul Kapoor | CPI
  • Purvi Patel | BSI
  • Nuala Foley | Health Innovation Kent Surrey Sussex
  • Sarah Fothergill | Barts Life Sciences HealthTech
  • Ellie Charsley | ABHI

12:10 - 12:55

Finding the funds

In a competitive and fast-growing healthcare sector, how do you secure funding for innovative ideas? What do potential investors want to hear and see from HealthTech entrepreneurs?

Facilitated by

Matthew Press



  • Stephen Hodsdon | J A Kemp
  • Sam Stephens | TBAT Innovation Ltd
  • Jo Living | Anglia Ruskin University
  • Hanadi Jabado | Sana Capital
  • Winnie Wu | GeneFirst

12:55 - 13:55

Networking Lunch

Gold and Silver Sponsors:

13:55 - 14:40

Is HealthTech green tech?

How does the HealthTech sector fit into the NHS’ ambitious Net Zero plan? Innovative technology can help us make the sector greener, but with an increased number of devices, single-use plastics, and energy-intensive data processing and storage, what challenges does the sector face?

Facilitated by

James Fry

Mills & Reeve


  • Martin Baxter | IEMA
  • Addie MacGregor | ABHI
  • Michelle Sullivan | Boston Scientific
  • Graeme Cameron | Pennine Healthcare
  • Alastair Willoughby | Team Consulting
  • Anna Wilson | 52North Health

14:45 - 15:30

A multidisciplinary meeting of minds

Developing a HealthTech device requires a huge diversity of skills in health, biology, chemistry, technology, engineering, computing and more. How do we create a multidisciplinary ecosystem that supports innovation?

Facilitated by

Phil Carvil

UKRI Science and Technology Facilities Council


  • Jean Marc Feghali | WeWALK
  • Michael Kipping | Element Materials Testing
  • Mairi Dillon | Kadans Science Partner
  • Chris Hurlstone | Team Consulting
  • Kate Witkowska | Genomics England

15:35 - 16:05

Generative AI and Digital Twin design in medical device product development

Generative AI and digital twins are set to revolutionise the future of HealthTech in medical device product development. With Generative AI spearheading the smart technology revolution, digital technologies will make medical devices preventative, personalised and adaptive, leading to new disruptive, data-driven, business models.

This session will explore the commercialisation and adoption of medical devices; from accelerated product development through generative AI to digital twin technologies; generating health and financial benefits through computational models of patient pathways, and investment opportunities, through the launch of in silico clinical trials.

Facilitated by

Steven Bagshaw



  • Stephanie Caird | Mills & Reeve LLP
  • Neil Roberts | SEHTA
  • Richard Harding | STFC
  • Sheuli Porkess | Precisia C2-Ai

16:05 - 17:05

Networking Drinks Reception

Bronze Sponsors:


Level39 at Canary Wharf

Level39 at Canary Wharf

Level39 at Canary Wharf, London

Level39 offers ambitious tech businesses the tools they need to have a global financial and social impact. A diverse network of entrepreneurs, pioneering everyday wealth, health and security. Our flexible co-working, private office space and ecosystem activities provide members with access to the environment and growth opportunities they need to develop into world-leading businesses. Level39 is where great minds don’t think alike.

Canary Wharf Group & Kadans Science Partner

Canary Wharf Group (CWG) is the developer of the largest urban regeneration project in Europe. CWG develops, manages and currently owns interests in approximately 9 million square feet of mixed-use space and over 1,100 Build to Rent apartments.

Kadans Science Partner (Kadans) is the European leader investing in the development of ecosystems and real estate with a dedicated focus on the knowledge intensive sector. Kadans is present on 26 campuses, in 6 countries, where it operates over 7 million sq ft of space for over 400 tenants, including start-ups, scale-ups, corporates, government bodies and educational institutes.

Public Transport Options:

Canary Wharf is accessible through using the Jubilee Line, the Elizabeth Line and Docklands Light Railway services. The River Services Interchange is also available for River Bus options.

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Level39 Canary Wharf
One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AB, United Kingdom

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