Giant2020 and Thrive

01 December 2020

13:00 GMT: Hearables: Are we approaching transformative health monitoring?
With Jacob Skinner, Thrive Wearables Ltd
Tim Antos, Kokoon Technology
Pauline O’Callaghan, Hearable Labs
Dr.-Ing. Johannes Kreuzer, Cosinuss GmbH
Alan Davis, Nuheara

14:00 GMT: Muscle stimulation for rehabilitation and recovery
With Barbara Shepherd, Manchester Fashion Institute at MMU
Kai Yang, University of Southampton
Phil Kunovski, KYMIRA
Dave Sandbach, Thrive Wearables

16:30 GMT: How will technology improve mental health?
With Jacob Skinner, Thrive Wearables
Anna Gudmundson, BioSelf Technology Ltd
Noga Sapir, Reflect Innovation
Deborah Rozman, HeartMath LLC
Wendy Moore, Healium

02 December 2020

17:00 GMT: Digital Biomarkers: How do we get the quality real-world #datasets we need for effective clinical trials?
With Steve Parr, Director, SBRI Healthcare Enterprise M3 Growth Hub; SR Partners Ltd. (Session curator)
Dr. Myles Furnace Furnace, Global Digital Health Partnership Lead, Ipsen
Bill Byrom, PhD., VP, Product Intelligence and Positioning, Signant Health
Kate Lyden, PhD, Chief Science Officer, VivoSense

18:10 GMT: Learning to sleep in a world turned up to 11
With Jacob Skinner, CEO, Thrive Wearables, (Session curator)
Michael Larson, Founder & President, Sleep Shepherd
Dr Lizzie Hill, Course Tutor in Sleep Medicine, University of Oxford
Rachel Wingfield, Founder and Creative Director, Loop.pH

Find out more about the sessions here:

Join us at Giant Health Event on 1 – 2 December. Our line-up of industry experts will be discussing the impact of wearable technology on clinical trials, mental health, sleep and more.

As part of the leading health tech event, we have curated a session on Wearables: Redefining Healthcare. We are exploring the role wearables and other human-centric connected technologies are playing in a rapidly changing health landscape.

Are you building a wearable?


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