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NATIONAL

EXPO | CITYWEST, DUBLIN CITYWEST, DUBLIN 14th March 2018

T H E N AT I O N A L

The National

Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences

EXPO

Education, Training & Skills

The National Medtech & Biotech Summit

SUMMIT

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National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference Main Seminar Stage 1 1 – Research AM&Session: Innovation PM Session: The National Sustainability Summit

Times Name

Topic

9.35 - 9.40 Denis Hayes - Managing Director, IRDG - Chairman

Opening remarks

9.40 - 10.00

Ken Finnigan - Chief Technology Adviser for the Technology Division, IDA

Ireland and Innovation

10.00 - 10.20

PJ Moloney - Co-Founder, Chief Scientific Officer & Director, P4ML

Realising the promise of personalised medicine

10.20 - 10.40

Marie Wallace - Analytics Strategist and Solution Architect, IBM

Humanizing Analytics; putting society at the centre of AI innovation

10.40 - 11.00 Joe P Dowling - R&D Director, Bausch + Lomb, Waterford 11.00 - 11.20

Bernadette McGahon - Research & Innovation Services Manager at Industry Research & Development Group, IRDG

Bausch + Lomb Ireland - An R&D Case Study Insight from a network of innovators

Coffee Break & Networking

11.20 - 11.40

Peter Conlon - Commercialisation Executive, Maynooth 11.40 - 12.00 University Commercialisation Office, National University of Ireland Maynooth

Beyond Collaboration - Leveraging expertise in University and Institutes of Technology.

12.00 - 12.20 Philip Moynagh - Co-Founder and CEO, grapheneXL

Research and Innovation a brief history of the past and the future

12.20 - 12.40 Dr Cristian Olarlu's - Research Engineer IBM

SmartHerd - Improving welfare of farm animals A new mental model to help traditional companies thrive in the smart healthcare revolution

12.40 - 1.00 Damian Costello - Head of Innovation, Synecco Limited

Lunch Break & Networking

1.00 - 2.00 2.00 - 2.20 Ivan Kelly - Innovative Program Manager

Organisation Innovation Development

2.20 - 2.40 Philippe Brodeur - CEO and Founder, Overcast

Local Insight, Global Ambition, Universal Standard - a case study with Overcast

2.40 - 3.00

Dr Phil Hemmingway - Head of the Low Carbon Technologies Department, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI)

Funding Energy Innovation – the SEAI 2018 RD&D Funding Programme

Coffee Break & Networking

3.00 - 3.15

3.15 - 3.35 Deirdre Mortell - Founder, Social Innovation Fund Ireland

Social Innovation in Ireland: Dream or reality?

3.35 - 3.55 Rachel Collier - CEO and Co-founder, Young Social Innovators

Social Innovation Education in Ireland

3.55 - 4.15

Raomal Peetra - Consultant, Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship INSEAD, Entrepreneur

4.15 - 4.25 Denis Hayes - Managing Director, IRDG - Chairman

How Design Sprint concepts may be used by Researchers? Closing remarks

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Main Seminar Stage 1 2 – Health

AM Session: National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference PM Session: The National Sustainability Summit

Times Name

Topic

10.00 - 10.05 Chairman 10.05 - 10.25

Opening Remarks

Paul Moran - Directorate Operations Manager CD3, Temple Street Children’s University Hospital

Creative Thinking in health care

Dr. Sudipto Das, B.Tech, M.Res, PhD - Postdoctoral 10.25 - 10.45 Researcher, Department of Anatomy, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland; Editor, Medgadget

10.45 - 11.05

Applying genomics approaches to understand complex disease states in Cancer

Diarmuid Cahalane - Co-Founder, Chief of Regulatory Affairs & Director, P4ML

Large scale human genetics application in genomic medicine and drug discovery

Coffee Break & Networking

11.05 - 11.40

11.40 - 12.00 Eibhlin Mulroe - Chief Executive, Cancer Trials Ireland

Cancer Trials in Ireland, the future looks bright?

12.00 - 12.20

Maria Zielinska - Director of Nursing, Talbot Lodge Nursing Home

My life my choice- promoting and respecting rights of residents in Irish nursing homes.

12.20 - 12.40

Jonathan Murphy - Director of Alliance, HealthCare Assistants Ireland

A vision for the role of the Healthcare Assistant in Ireland

David James Cooney - Senior Consultant and Head of Precision Medicine, Blue Latitude Health, NYC

Understanding the opportunity of precision medicine

12.40 - 1.00

Lunch Break & Networking

1.00 - 2.00 2.00 - 2.20

Cora McCaughan - Assistant National Director, Healthcare Audit

Designing Healthcare Audit to give optimum assurance and to drive the quality and safety improvements that matter most.

2.20 - 2.40

Dr. Kathy Lousie Ruddy - Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience

A different state of mind: Neurofeedback for understanding and improving brain function

Dr Daragh Naughton - Research & Development 2.40 - 3.00 Lead with Audiology Medical Services & Principal Investigator Limerick Institute of Technology

Presbycusis, the clinical importance of early intervention

3.00 - 3.20 Linda Hendy – Standards Business Development, NSAI

Standards in medical device and healthcare technologies

3.20 - 3.30 Chairman

Closing Remarks

3.30 - 4.00

Coffee Break & Networking

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Session: National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference Main Seminar Stage 1 3 – Pharma &AMLifesciences PM Session: The National Sustainability Summit

Times Name 9.35 - 9.40

Topic

John Whelan – International Trade Consultant, Former CEO, Irish Exporters Association - Chairman

Supply Chain Risk

9.40 - 10.00 Barry Robinson - Director, Forensic, Deloitte 10.00 - 10.20

Opening Remarks

Fiona Dunphy - Commercial Manager, Pharmaceutical Managers’ Institute (PMI)

Building your professional network

10.20 - 10.40 Richard Littlewood - Founder, Applied Strategic

Biosimilars: navigating the opportunity Economic Aspects of the Pharmaceutical & Life 10.40 - 11.00 Jim Power - Founder & CEO, Jim Power Economics Sciences sector in Ireland. Bryan Coen - Director, Business and Legal Affairs for Establishing the Legal & Compliance Function 11.00 - 11.20 Valeant Pharmaceuticals Ireland within the Pharmaceutical sector Coffee Break & Networking 11.20 - 11.40 11.40 - 12.00 Blaine Doyle - CEO, GlowDx Whats the Point-of-Caring about Diagnostic Data? Richard Burke - Production Specialist, OPEX Site Lead Change Culture and Continuous Improvement 12.00 - 12.20 at Teva Baldoyle Journey at Forest Tosara Ltd. Documentation is key when choosing a 12.20 - 12.40 Sinead Mitchell - Nutritional Therapist, PharmaNord supplement Killing Superbugs - the development of effective 12.40 - 1.00 Dr. Ruairi Friel - Westway Health non-antibiotic alternatives Lunch Break & Networking 1.00 - 2.00 Dr. Simon Furney - StAR Research Lecturer in Genomic Genomic Medicine in the 21st Century Medicine, RCSI Dr. Chris Keely - Senior Business Development 2.20 - 2.40 Industry Engagement at Trinity College Dublin Manager, Trinity College Dublin Dr Niall O’Reilly - Manager, Pharmaceutical and Innovation at the life sciences-engineering 2.40 - 3.00 Molecular Biotechnology Research Centre (PMBRC), WIT interface Coffee Break & Networking 3.00 - 3.30 Ahmed Ramy - Senior Knowledge Management Knowledge Loss in Pharmaceutical Industry: 3.30 - 3.50 Researcher, DIT Challenges & Opportunities John Whelan – International Trade Consultant, Former 3.50 - 4.00 Closing remarks CEO, Irish Exporters Association - Chairman 2.00 - 2.20

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National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference Main Seminar Stage 1 4 – MedTech &AM Session: BioTech PM Session: The National Sustainability Summit

Times Name

Topic

9.55 - 10.00 Chairman

Opening remarks

10.00 - 10.20

Brendan Kennedy - Head of the 3D-NEONET Industry Academia consortium

Zebrafish are an effective model for discovery and development of drugs for blindness and cancer

10.20 - 10.40

Joan Cahill - Centre for Innovative Human Systems (CIHS), TCD

Biopsychosocial models of wellness and the design of new technologies for older adults domicile in residential homes and assisted living communities.

Kathryn Cormican (Ph.D.) - Lead Research, College of 10.40 - 11.00 Engineering & Informatics, National University of Ireland Galway.

Customer-Centric Innovation: The good the bad and the ugly

Coffee Break & Networking

11.00 - 11.30 11.30 - 11.50 Ken Block - President, Ken Block Consulting

Software Validation of Medtech Apps & Wearables

11.50 - 12.10

David Hannon - Research & Development Manager, Hollister Incorporated

Growth through innovation.

12.10 - 12.30

Dr. Anne-Marie Miller - Project Manager CRDI, CÚRAM Partnership at Clinical Research Development Ireland

Developing key structures and resources to support medical device clinical research in Ireland

Dr. Rukmani Sridharan – Postdoctoral Researcher, 12.30 - 12.50 Department of Anatomy, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland; Editor, Medgadget 

A bottom’s-up approach to biomaterial design

Lunch Break & Networking

1.00 - 2.00

Create a robust talent pipeline with new industry led manufacturing and polymer apprenticeships

2.00 - 2.20 Denise Carthy - Project Manager, IBEC 2.20 - 2.40

Colm O’Rourke - Business Development Officer, NSAI Medical Devices

Notified Body Update on new Regulatory Landscape

2.40 - 3.00 Anne O’Donnell - Director, Complete Laboratory Solutions

Coffee Break & Networking

3.00 - 3.30 3.30 - 3.50 Padraig Ryan - Lecturer, TCD Health 3.50 - 4.10

Medtech and Biotech experimental design and bespoke solution trends for 2018 AI analysis of clinician - patient communication

Paul Cahill - Full Professor and Director of the Vascular Biology and Therapeutics Labs, DCU

4.10 - 4.20 Chairman

Drug-Eluting Stents for the 21st Century Closing remarks

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Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference Main Seminar Stage 1 5 – EducationAM Session: National PM Session: The National Sustainability Summit

Times

Name

Topic

Chairman

Opening remarks

10.00 - 10.20

David King - Team Leader Science, Junior Cycle for Teachers (JCT)

STE(A)M in Junior Cycle – towards an interdisciplinary CPD approach in lower post-primary

10.20 - 10.40

Dr. Mark Glynn - Head of Teaching Enhancement Unit, DCU

Transforming Education with Technology: the Challenges and Opportunities

10.40 - 11.00

Daniel Carey - Director, NUI Galway

The Skill of the Arts

9.55 - 10.00

Coffee Break & Networking

11.00 - 11.30 11.30 - 11.50

Elaine Nevin - Director, UNESCO

Why Education is Key for Sustainable Development

11.50 - 12.10

Mirjam Neelen - Learning Advisory Manager, Accenture

How to design training effectively in today’s everchanging world

12.10 - 12.30

Barbara Diehl - Executive Director of the Innovation Academy, UCD

Education for the 4th Industrial Revolution

12.30 - 12.50

Chantal Ladias - Lecturer in Marketing

In search of excellence in cross-cultural business education Lunch Break & Networking

1.00 - 2.00 2.00 - 2.20

Eoin Carroll - Programme Director, Griffith College

Formative Feedback Models for Game Based Learning.

2.20 - 2.40

Rita Treacy - Founder and Owner, WordsWorthLearning Ltd.

“Flippin’ Homework” : Technology, Teachers & Parents Working Together.

2.40 - 3.00

Donal Doyle - Associate Lecturer, Institute of Technology, Carlow

Incorporating experiential learning and reflective practice learning concepts into learner centred assessment tasks.

Coffee Break & Networking

3.00 - 3.30 3.30 - 3.50

Kevin McLoughlin - Marketing Executive Recreate Ireland

The impact of Creative Reuse in Education

3.50 - 4.10

Tina Leonard - Project Coordinator, National Learning Network

National Learning Network working within Diversity

4.10 - 4.20

Chairman

Closing remarks

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Seminar 1

AM: Child, Elderly and Disability Care & Treatment PM: Mental Health and Disorders

Child, Elderly and Disability Care & Treatment Times Name 10.30 - 10.45

Topic

Michelle Quinn - Speech and Language Therapist, Tallaght West Childhood Development Initiative

Developing capacity in the classroom to enhance early oral language development

Alison Clarke - Assistant Psychologist at Honan and 10.45 - 11.00 Associates and Research Assistant, Our Lady's Childrens Hospital Crumlin

Challenges in conducting a Randomised Control Trial (RCT) of Reflexology in Children and Adolescents with Cancer: the experience to date

11.00 - 11.15

Brigitte Cullen - Activities Co-ordinator and support worker, Cheshire Ireland

Activities- 'Just game playing?'

11.15 - 11.30

Dr. Grainne Kelly co presenting Dr. Leanne Gregory - St Louise’s Unit Our Lady’s Hospital Crumlin

Trauma informed working with complex child cases’

Coffee Break & Networking

11.30 - 11.40

11.40 - 11.55 Lisa Power - Senior Occupational Therapist, HSE-South 11.55 -12.10

Breanna Coyle - IFPA Training Coordinator, Irish Family Planning Association

Occupational Therapy Role with clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Sexuality and Disability

Mental Health and Medical Disorders Times Name

Topic

12.10 - 12.25 Krzysztof Kielkiewicz - Faculty Lecturer, PCI College

Psychotherapy. A rising leader of mental health

12.25 - 12.40 Michael John Norton – Peer Support Worker

The Professionalization of the Peer Supporter Role in Ireland: Historical Analysis and Future Developments.

12.40 - 12.55 1.00 - 2.00

Patrick Fitzgerald - Director Limerick Mental Health Week, Limerick Mental Health Association

Perception of Mental Health

Lunch Break & Networking

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Seminar 2

AM: Health Jobs, Skills and Training, Disease Treatment & Clinical Healthcare PM: Health and Wellbeing

Health Jobs, Skills and Training Times Name 9.45 - 10.00

Topic

David Casey - Wellness & Health Promotion Manager, DeCare Dental Insurance Ireland Ltd.

10.00 - 10.15 Michelle Marsh - International Training Manager, Therapie Clinic

Promoting Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace The importance or training and upskilling staff in order to stay ahead of an ever advancing industry'

10.15 - 10.30

Artur Banaszkiewicz - Head of Partnerships and Business Development Manager, Medical Poland

Doctor's prescription for success? Studying Medicine in Poland

10.30 - 10.45

Dr Karen Misstear - Programme Manager, Wellcome-HRB Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT) Programme

Training Ireland’s future leaders of academic medicine

10.45 - 11.00 Linda Hickey - Principal Team Lead, Flexsource Recruitment

How employers can support business goals by finding a balance between hiring in and developing talent

11.00 - 11.15 Clare O'Dwyer - Researcher, NUI Galway

Embracing Paradox and Conflict: How to drive ambidexterity in project portfolios Coffee Break & Networking

11.15 - 11.40

Disease Treatment & Clinical Healthcare Times Name

Topic

11.40 - 11.55

Carol McNamara - Training and Education Manager, The National Screening Service

Preventing Cervical Cancer in Ireland

11.55 - 12.10

Karen Brennan - Chairperson, Irish Association of Advanced Nurse Midwife Practitioners

The Role of the Irish Advanced Nurse/ Midwife Practitioner

12.10 - 12.25 James Connolly - Senior Physicist, Hermitage Medical Clinic

The Cyberknife for Ireland

12.25 - 12.40

Aoife Kirwan - Information, Advocacy and Research Assistant, Multiple Sclerosis Ireland

Disease Modifying Treatment in Multiple Sclerosis Perspective of Irish with MS

12.40 - 12.55

Dr Federico Lucantoni, M.Sc., PhD – Postdoctoral researcher, Royal College of Surgeons, Centre for Systems Medicine

A system modelling approach for personalised medicine in breast cancer

Lunch Break & Networking

1.00 - 2.00

Health and Wellbeing Times Name 2.00 - 2.15

Topic

Dr Liam S. Doherty - Consultant Physician in Respiratory and General In need of a good night’s sleep – or the consequences of (Internal) Medicine, Bon Secours Cork sleep deprivation

2.15 - 2.30 Patrick Little - CEO, Migraine Association of Ireland

Migraine: Not just a headache

2.30 - 2.45 Chloe Leddy - Sport Centre Specialist, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland

Health, Fitness and Youth Populations: A Balanced Approach

2.45 - 3.00 Siobhan Dee - Health Coach. Owner siobhandee.com

Lifestyle changes that really work in Type 2 Diabetes Coffee Break & Networking

3.00 - 3.30 3.30 - 3.45 Doug Gordon - Healer, Life Coach, Speaker

"Optimise you energy, Optimise your Life" - the secret to perfect health

3.45 - 4.00 Gregg Marsh - Director, Synergise Personal Training Centre

Ireland's Obesity Crisis: A Frontline View

4.00 - 4.15 Niamh Lafferty - PhD Researcher, University of Limerick

Are You Being Served? The Role of Gender in Emotional Labour

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Seminar 3

AM: Legal & Standards, Sustainability and Energy PM: Quality, Health & Safety, Animal Health, Food, Agriculture & Horticulture

Legal & Standards Times Name

Topic

10.15 - 10.30 Alan Casey - Partner & European Patent Attorney, FR Kelly

What Intellectual Property should mean to your business

10.30 - 10.45 Daniel O’Connell - Solicitor, Coleman Legal Partners

A Legal perspective: David versus Goliath and the new MultiParty Action Bill 2017

10.45 - 11.00

Con O'Connor - European, UK and Irish Patent Attorney, Tomkins & Co.

Patents: Who, What, Where, Why, When, How?

11.00 - 11.15 Gillian Rea - Solicitor, Baily Homan Smyth McVeigh

The Legal Framework of Clinical Trials Coffee Break & Networking

11.15 - 11.40

Sustainability and Energy Times Name

Topic

11.40 - 11.55 Dr. Barry Murphy - Chief Technology Officer, Electrical Analytic

Monitoring the Heart of the Grid

11.55 -12.10 Victor Branagan - CEO & Founder, Clearly Sustainable

Mind your language!

Quality, Health and Safety Times Name

Topic

12.10 - 12.25 Paul Flanagan - General Manager, Camfil 12.25 - 12.40

Mitigating the risk of Nosocomial Aspergillosis in Hospitals

Dr. Clare Power - Quality Assurance & Collaborations Officer, Institute Quality Assurance – from Food to Flying of Technology, Carlow “We are what we repeatedly do” – habits, change and technology tools.

12.40 - 12.55 Prof. Gerard Lacey (TCD) - CEO, SureWash

Lunch Break & Networking

1.00 - 2.00

Animal Health, Food, Agriculture & Horticulture Times Name

Topic

Dr Richard O'Hanlon - Plant pathologist, Agri-Food and Biosciences 2.00 - 2.15 Institute

Plant health protection in the 21 century

2.15 - 2.30 Hamilton Niculescu - PhD Student & Lecturer, Dublin City University

Remote monitoring and control of sustainable automated enclosures aimed at growing vegetables

2.30 - 3.00

Coffee Break & Networking

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Seminar 4

AM: R&D, Data PM: Innovation

R&D, Data, Technology Times Name

Topic

10.00 - 10.15 Darren Shannon - PhD Researcher, University of Limerick

Applying Crash Data to Injury Claims - An Investigation of Determinant Factors in Severe Motor Vehicle Accidents

10.15 - 10.30 Duncan Rowe - UK & Ireland Manager, Analytix Ltd

Evolution of the Microwave – discover what the modern Microwave can do for your laboratory

10.30 - 10.45 Christian Pinto, Ph.D. - Research Scientist, IBM Research

IBM Research – Ireland, European industrial hub for Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive technologies

10.45 - 11.00

Barry Fitzgerald - Senior Research Fellow, Limerick Institute of Technology

INtelligent Cognitive Assisitance SystEm (INCASE): An Innovation Partnership Your Website Health Check. Website design and development guidelines 2018

11.00 - 11.15 Philip Byrne - Owner, ebuild Web Solutions

Coffee Break & Networking

11.15- 11.40

11.40 - 11.55 Eimear Carroll - Senior R&D Researcher, AnaBio Technologies LTD

Oil encapsulation; the good, the bad and the smelly!

11.55 -12.10 Nigel Oakley - Director of Business Development, Ampliphae

The Hidden Risks of Saas and Cloud Applications and how to take Back Control

Innovation Times Name 12.10 - 12.25

Topic

Dr. Tim Yeoman - Centre Manager, Shannon Applied Biotechnology Centre

Driving innovation through diversity

12.25 - 12.40 Dr. Karl Thomas - Innovation Consultant, Creatovation Ireland

Innovative Leading for Leading Innovation

12.40 - 12.55 Fergal Finn - Standards Development Officer, NSAI

How standardisation in emerging technologies can be embedded in your R&D and Innovation process to give your business and product a competitive advantage

12:55 - 13:10 Aisling Roche - Programme Manager, Royal Irish Academy

US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards

Lunch Break & Networking

13:10 - 2.15

2.15 - 2.30 Stefano Messori - Design Strategist & Corporate Trainer

Sustainable business growth – combining incremental and disruptive innovation.

2.30 - 2.45 Mike Scannell - European Patent Attorney, FR Kelly

Intellectual Property: maximising opportunities and avoiding pitfalls

2.45 - 3.00

Dr. Ramesh Raghavendra - SEAM Centre Director & Technology Gateway Manager

ThreeD- SEAM’s new Initiative to Enhance Additive Manufacturing Skills in Ireland

Coffee Break & Networking

3.00 - 3.30 3.30 - 3.45

Sinead Murnane - Research Fellow, Community Manager, Innovation Value Institute, Maynooth University

Getting Better at Doing Stuff: How maturity frameworks can help

3.45 - 4.00

Dr. Alan Davy - Telecommunications Software & Systems Group, Waterford Institute of Technology

Future Data Centres TeraHertz Wireless Capabilities

4.00 - 4.15

Arno Gaultier - Serial Entrepreneur, Public Speaker, Problem Cruncher, Open Innovation 15 years on: pitfalls (failure) & success Business Coach, Innovation Consultant, A Inno Info stories!

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Seminar 5

AM: Jobs, Skills and Training PM: Finance, Supports Collaboration and Business Intelligence

Jobs, Skills and Training Times Name Topic Cormac Ó Tighearnaigh - Chief Executive Ireland, Fine Grain 10.00 - 10.15 Positioning your business for talent Properties Emmet Kearney - Business Development Manager, Technically How effective documentation can further reduce human 10.15 - 10.30 Write It error rates and improve training efficiency. 10.30 - 10.45 Dr. Joe Mac Aree - MD, JMA Consulting Leading High-Performance Teams Imelda Matchett - Early Childhood Care and Education teacher, 10.45 - 11.00 The Importance of Play Kerry College of Further Education Coffee Break & Networking 11.00 - 11.25 Dr. Fiona Brennan - Area Sales Manager, National Learning Inclusivity, Wellness and Work: National Learning 11.25 - 11.40 Network Network, a Specialist Training Provider. Applied IoT Gateway –Academia and Industry Result 11.40 - 11.55 Denise Manton - Technology Gateway Manager, TSSG Driven Collaborations

Finance, Supports, Collaboration and Business Intelligence Times Name Topic Grace McCarthy - Programme Manager (SFI Centres), Marie Funding Opportunities for Companies through the Marie 11.55 - 12.10 Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Skłodowska-Curie Actions 12.10 - 12.25 David Hanlon - Team Lead, Change Management, Revenue PAYE Modernisation Dr. Liam Lewis - Centre for Advanced Photonics & Process Making the most of Collaborative Research: A simple 12.25 - 12.40 Analysis (CAPPA) guide 12.40 - 12.55 Mary Cronin - Founder, UpThink Innovation Agency Designing and innovating for the future Lunch Break & Networking 12:55 - 2.00 Using the R&D Tax Credit Scheme to reduce the cost of 2.00 - 2.15 Jim Fitzsimons - Riverwest Management Ltd. Research and Innovation Technology licensing and spinning out from universities Dermot Tierney - Intellectual Property & Licensing Manager, The 2.15 - 2.30 – how companies and entrepreneurs can maximise the Queen’s University of Belfast opportunity and limit the risks. Dr Eric Moore - Director Taught MSc Programmes Analytical Industry-led teaching – an innovative approach and its 2.30 - 2.45 Chemistry School of Chemistry, University College Cork impact on the scholarship of teaching and learning Maureen Walsh - Managing Director, DeCare Dental Operations 2.45 - 3.00 The cost of dental care and its relevance over a lifetime and DeCare Dental Insurance Ireland Emma Cadden - Transaction Advisory Services Director, RSM 3.00 - 3.15 Funding Your Strategy Ireland Coffee Break & Networking 3.15 - 3.45

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Speakers

CITYWEST, 14th March 2018

Barry Fitzgerald Senior Research Fellow Limerick Institute of Technology

Conference & Exhibition C I T Y W E S T, 1 4 t h M a r c h 2 0 1 8 Alan Casey Partner & European Patent Attorney FR Kelly Alan is a European & Irish Patent Attorney, and a European Trade Mark & Design Attorney. Previously he worked in one of the largest IP firms in Seoul, South Korea. Prior to joining the IP profession, Alan was a process engineer in the electronic manufacturing industry. Alan’s areas of expertise include electronics, telecommunications, physics, mechanics, and software/business methods/computer-implemented inventions.

Arno Gaultier - Serial Entrepreneur, Public Speaker, Problem Cruncher, Business Coach, Innovation Consultant, A Inno Info Arno is a Serial Entrepreneur with 15 years entrepreneurship experience. As such, he has developed 6 businesses over the last 14 years with a large Industrial Property Portfolio. For the last 10 years, Arno helps Start- up, SME to develop New Product (NPD), Service & Process based on Integrity & Sustainability or improve existing ones. Open Innovation. Disruptive Innovation. Lobbying.

Aisling Roche Programme Manager Royal Irish Academy Aisling manages the US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards: a joint initiative between the Academy and the American Chamber of Commerce, the awards recognise excellence in research innovation, creation and invention by Irish HEIs, MNCs and SMEs, resulting from US Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Ireland.

Dr. Alan Davy - Telecommunications Software & Systems GroupWaterford Institute of Technology Dr. Alan Davy is a Senior Research Fellow and Research Unit Manager at the Telecommunications Software & Systems Group of Waterford Institute of Technology. He is a previous Marie Skodowska Curie fellow, having been hosted Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona before returning to the TSSG in Ireland. He also served as an Assistant Professor at IIT Madras, Chennai. His current research interested include Network Virtualisation, Molecular Communication and TeraHertz Communication.

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Barry Fitzgerald is a Senior Research Fellow at Limerick Institute of Technology. An electronic engineer with a background in the technology sector, he currently manages INCASE, an innovation partnership between LIT, Vistamed Limited and Cook Medical Limited. He is also completing a PhD in the application of machine learning to flash memory.

Bernadette McGahon - Research & Innovation Services Manager at Industry Research & Development Group ,IRDG Bernadette is the Research & Innovation services manager at IRDG, Ireland’s leading non-profit, business-led network of member companies and third level institutions. In this role she works closely with indigenous and multinational companies on a wide variety of innovation matters across the main themes of Representation, Funding & Support, Networking, Collaboration and Learning.

Dr Cristian Olarlu Research Engineer IBM Dr. Cristian Olariu is a Research Engineer in IBM Innovation Exchange in Dublin, Ireland. He is currently working on IoT and automotive projects that focus on IoT device-to-cloud communications, automotive cognitive solutions and cloud and edge infrastructures to support ADAS development. He has 10 years experience in the IT sector.

Christian Pinto Research Scientist, High Performance Systems group, IBM Research – Ireland Christian Pinto holds a PhD in Informatics and Electronics Engineering (2015) and has been involved in various research activities on high performance computing systems, embedded systems and virtualization technologies. He recently joined IBM Research – Ireland in the High Performance Systems group to work on disrupting Cloud Computing technologies and Artificial Intelligence.

Damian Costello Head of Innovation Synecco Limited Damian Costello is head of innovation at Synecco and leads the group’s innovation and long-term strategy business; Decode Innovation. Damian specialises in Disruptive Innovation and the changing market dynamics facing the Medtech sector. A prolific speaker on the topic of digital disruption, the digitisation of healthcare and how the Internet of things is driving both, Damian is passionate about helping Ireland become an even more pivotal player in the global Medtech economy.

Deirdre Mortell CEO Social Innovation Fund Ireland Deirdre has built Social Innovation Fund Ireland from the ground up and is also CONNECT’s Social Entrepreneur in Residence. She has twenty years’ experience of changing the world one step at a time. Sometimes by leading and sometimes by contributing in a team setting to delivering high growth or a step change in impact in Ireland’s leading non-profit organisations. Deirdre has been CEO of ONE Foundation, held senior roles in fundraising & communications in Oxfam and Barnardos, and held multiple Board directorships.

Diarmuid Cahalane Co-Founder – Chief of Regulatory Affairs & Director, P4ML Diarmuid Cahalane is a serial entrepreneur and mentor who has been working as an adviser to the technology and life sciences sectors for over 20 years. He is recognised for his strengths in risk analysis, remediation, cost reduction and compliance. In 1997, he established his own regulatory consulting company, and went on to work with many of the world’s leading life science companies.

Dermot Tierney - Intellectual Property & Licensing Manager The Queen’s University of Belfast Dermot is a technology transfer and commercialisation manager with experience in both the UK and Irish markets. He speaks about himself in the third person, knows a bit about university knowledge transfer, technology start-ups, IP and technology licensing and loves negotiating deals.

Duncan Rowe UK & Ireland Manager Analytix Ltd Duncan is the Sales Manager for the UK & Ireland and has been with Analytix for over 12 years. He has overseen the expansion and growth of the Milestone product line in the UK and is excited to now be offering these systems in Ireland. Analytix Ltd supplies sample preparation and analytical instrumentation for the chemical and life science markets.

Denise Manton Technology Gateway Manager TSSG Denise is the Technology Gateway Manager for TSSG and her main remit is to drive and facilitate collaboration between industry and TSSG researchers and engineers. She has led multiple successful projects across technology areas spanning mobile services, cloud computing, pervasive sensing, algorithmic led movement/gait analysis and IoT.


Speakers Denis Hayes Managing Director IRDG Denis has been with the IRDG since July 2011, he became Managing Director in 2011. He has over 30 years experience in the fields of research, development and innovation. During this time he has worked for leading brand companies and been involved in a variety of new market activity, product launches and product renovation. He has played a leading role in innovations associated with brands such as Cadbury, Yoplait, Avonmore, Kilmeaden, Heinz, Bulmers, Magners and Ballygowan.

Dr Eric Moore - Academic Member Tyndall National Institute Lecturer School of Chemistry, University College Cork Ireland Dr Eric Moore heads an independent research group at University College Cork focused on bio/sensing and separation and is also an academic member at Tyndall National Institute. He is the programme director for the taught postgraduate courses in Analytical Chemistry in the School of Chemistry at University College Cork.

Emma Cadden Transaction Advisory Services Director, RSM Ireland Emma Cadden joined RSM in 2016 as Transaction Advisory Services Director. She advises clients in areas including due diligence, valuations, M&A and general financial strategic advice. She also spent 10 years with the Corporate Finance unit of Farrell Grant Sparks. Prior to joining RSM, Emma worked with client finance in the Early Product Development Unit of a clinical research organisation.

Fergal Finn Standards Development Officer NSAI Fergal Finn is a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from University Limerick. He has been a Standard Officer with NSAI since 2008 project managing Technical Standards Committees. Drilling in the oil & gas industry forms the backbone of his engineering professional experience. He is part of the Business Development Standards Development team in NSAI focusing on supporting SME’s through standardization.

Dr Federico Lucantoni, M.Sc., PhD Postdoctoral researcher, Royal College of Surgeons, Centre for Systems Medicine Federico is a molecular biologist and postdoctoral researcher in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and Centre for Systems Medicine, under the supervisions of Prof. Jochen Prehn. His research focuses on testing a computational model, previously developed in the department by Dr. Andreas Lindner, to predict chemotherapeutic responses in breast cancer.

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Grace McCarthy Programme Manager (SFI Centres), Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Grace works in the Irish Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions office which is based in the Irish Universities Association. The Irish MSCA Office provides support to research performing organisations and the private sector on Marie-Sklodowska Curie Action through offering information, training and advice of the different MSCA opportunities.

Dr. Gráinne Kelly – Principal Specialist Clinical Psychologist in St Louise’s Unit, Our Lady’s Hospital Crumlin Dr. Gráinne Kelly is the Principal Specialist Clinical Psychologist in St Louise’s Unit at Our Lady’s Hospital Crumlin. She has a Master’s in Research from University College Dublin and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Trinity College Dublin. She has worked as a clinical psychologist with complex cases in the community, in intellectual disability services and with young people at the moderate to severe end of mental health difficulty (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) for over twenty years.

Ivan Kelly Innovative Program Manager

Ivan Kelly has over 20 years’ experience in innovation development and supply chain management within a global ICT. He has worked with global companies to develop their internal processes and to grow their innovation capacities to access partnership opportunities. Ivan has led the development of global supply chains to support R&D in ideation and prototyping, through the value chain to operation excellence and market release.

Jim Fitzsimons Technical Consultant Helix Innovation Partnerships Jim Fitzsimons is a Technical Consultant with Helix Innovation Partnerships who specialize in technical assessments for funding bodies, HMRC and the Revenue Commissioners. He is a Past President of the Institute of Management Consultants and Advisors, the representative body for the consultancy sector in Ireland. Jim set up and is also Lead Partner in Riverwest Management.

Joe P Dowling R&D Director Bausch + Lomb, Waterford Joe Dowling has worked for Bausch + Lomb for over 20 years in a range of engineering and R&D roles. He leads the R&D activities on the Waterford site consisting of approximately 45 scientists, engineers and technicians. Prior to Bausch + Lomb, he worked in Loctite (now Henkel), Dublin.

Dr. Joe Mac Aree MD JMA Consulting Dr. Joe MacAree is a leading business psychologist specialising in executive leadership coaching and high-performance team building. Having worked in innovative start-ups and large multinational companies he understands the growth trajectory for entrepreneurs seeking to build successful, innovative and sustainable businesses through the talented people they attract, inspire and motivate.

Krzysztof Kielkiewicz Ph.D. Psychotherapist, Faculty lecturer PCI College, Dublin Krzysztof Kielkiewicz has completed his PhD study at the University of Huddersfield, School of Health and Human Sciences, UK. He is a module leader for Psychotherapy & Science: Psychology, Psychiatry & CBT and is establishing Research Committee and academic, peer-reviewed journal at PCI College. He develops concept of dissociation as an underlying condition for mental disorders.

Dr. Karl Thomas Innovation Consultant Creatovation Dr. Karl Thomas is an innovation consultant and speaker. Karl holds a Ph.D from Trinity College Dublin and has lectured at Trinity, D.I.T and is currently a course designer and guest speaker at A.I.T in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Karl delivers training in Critical, Creative and Innovative Thinking, through www.Creatovation.ie

Ken Finnegan Chief Technology Adviser for the Technology Division, IDA Ken is the Chief Technology and Research Advisor for IDA Technology Ireland. He advises in innovation and technology both nationally and globally for the agency and client companies. Ken has been responsible for developing Ireland’s value propositions in IoT, A.I., Cyber Security and other technology areas.

Dr. Leanne Gregory – Senior Clinical Psychologist at St Louise’s Unit, Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin Leanne is a Senior Clinical Psychologist at St Louise’s Unit, Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin, where she contributes to multidisciplinary responses to children and families that have experienced sexual abuse. Dr Gregory has also trained in forensic psychology, and has worked clinically in a range of health, prison, and social work settings, between Scotland and Ireland.


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Design Thinking Programme Days 2 & 3, Naas Funding & Collaboration for Business Innovation, Dublin Lean Product Development Finale, Dublin Design Thinking Programme Finale at Design Partners Design Thinking Ireland 2018 – Conference – The Helix Service Innovation – Workshop – The Helix

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R&D Tax Credit Clinic, Dublin Knowledge Development Box (KDB) Clinic, Dublin Smart Connected Series with Siemens Lean Product Development with Ron Mascitelli, Cork & Dublin

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• Thought Leadership Forum Design Thinking Programme Day 1 Lean Product Development Day 1, Dublin Funding & Collaboration for Business Innovation, Galway Innovation Practice Group visit to Kerry Global Technology & Innovation Centre • Design Thinking Programme Days 2 & 3 • Smart Connected Series

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Design Thinking Programme Finale Lean Product Development Day 2, Dublin R&D Tax Credit Clinic LPD Special Interest Group Leading Innovation 2018 – IRDG Annual Conference, Kilkenny Innovation Practice Group with Helsinn, Dublin Lean Product Development Day 3, Dublin Thought Leadership Forum Intellectual Property Workshop Design Thinking Special Interest Group

• Lean Product Development Finale, Dublin • LPD Special Interest Group

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Speakers Dr Liam Lewis Centre Manager: Centre for advanced Photonics and Process Analysis, CIT Liam Lewis received his PhD from (UCC) Tyndall Institute in 2007. After working as a post-Doctoral researcher for 12 months he moved to a position of research engineer at the newly formed Centre for Advanced Photonics and Process Analysis in 2008. In 2014 he took up the position of Centre Manager. The centre currently has €2.5M worth of ongoing research projects and he is continually looking to develop new relationships with academic and industry led researchers.

Mary Cronin Founder, UpThink Innovation Agency Mary Cronin is the founder of UpThink Innovation agency. She is an entrepreneur, growth strategist and an innovation catalyst. UpThink enables clients to accelerate, transform and scale their businesses. UpThink has gained a reputation as a trusted innovation partner to corporate clients. Mary brings her practical expertise in innovation, developing new scalable business models and integrating frameworks to ensure clients future-proof their businesses.

Mike Scannell European Patent Attorney FR Kelly Mike is a qualified European, UK and Irish Patent Attorney, as well as a European Design Attorney. Mike’s background is in Life Science having graduated from the NUI Galway with an honours degree in Biotechnology, and a PhD in molecular immunology from University College Dublin. Mike works with clients of all sizes, from large multinationals, to universities, and to individuals.

Marie Wallace Analytics Strategist & Solution Architect, IBM Marie Wallace is an Analytics Strategist and Solution Architect for IBM having spent more than a decade building analytics technologies which today underpin such solutions as IBM Watson. In recent years Marie’s primary focus has been on the analysis of human data to deliver smarter, personalized and contextualized solutions for individuals and organizations. Marie is a globally recognized thought leader, with an active social media presence and popular blog, AllThingsAnalytics.com.

Dr Phil Hemmingway - Head of the Low Carbon Technologies Department, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) Dr Phil Hemmingway is an engaging and experienced speaker with a passion for cutting-edge solutions to Ireland’s energy challenges. Phil is Head of the Low Carbon Technologies Department at the Sustainable

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Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), which is responsible for a range of research, behavioural economics, policy, modelling, statistics and technical activities in support SEAI’s vision for Ireland’s energy to be sustainable, secure, affordable and clean. Peter Conlon – Commercialisation Executive, Maynooth University Commercialisation Office, National University of Ireland Maynooth

Peter joined the office in 2013 as a Commercialisation Executive focusing on the broad area of of information and communications technologies working from invention disclosure through to spin-off or licence on all projects. Peter is responsible for industry collaborations and contracts is his field and for the development and negotiation of licensing opportunities with industry.

Philip Moynagh Co-Founder and CEO grapheneXL Philip is Co-Founder and CEO of grapheneXL, a company developing large scale manufacturing processes to unlock the potential of the superlative material, graphene. Previously Philip spent 25 years with Intel Corporation holding roles including Vice President Internet of Things, General Manager for New Products, Director for New Processes, and Factory Manager of multi Billion dollar Semiconductor Fabs in the US and Europe.

PJ Moloney Co-Founder, Chief Scientific Officer & Director, P4ML PJ Moloney is a Chemist. He holds Bachelor Degrees in Pharmaceutical Science. His experience in the Chemical Analysis and Life Sciences industries has seen PJ excel in both multinationals and his own respective companies. Having worked with TEVA Pharmaceuticals, he covered all core areas in the Pharmaceutical Industry from Raw materials; InProcess; Finish Products and Stability.

Philippe Brodeur CEO and Founder Overcast Philippe Brodeur is the CEO and Founder of Overcast (www.overcasthq.com). It’s the first cloud based video asset management platform designed for professionals who are sick and tired of wrestling to store, share, distribute and most importantly collaborate on video content. Stop fiddling with Dropbox, Wetransfer, memory sticks and hundreds of emails – just use Overcast.

Dr. Ramesh Raghavendra SEAM Centre Director & Technology Gateway Manager Dr. Ramesh Raghavendra currently holds the position

of Centre Director and Technology Gateway Manager of SEAM Research Centre. He has significant exposure in the field of X-ray Micro-tomography, Additive Manufacturing and Materials Characterisation technologies. He has established collaboration with over 150 Irish based industries and successfully managed to deliver over 1500 direct funded projects since 2009.

Raomal Perera Consultant, Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship INSEAD, Entrepreneur Raomal Perera is a veteran of multiple entrepreneurial ventures and an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at INSEAD and UCD, where he currently teaches and studies entrepreneurship, innovation and the management of rapidly growing companies. Raomal is an educator and loves to work with entrepreneurs. However his primary role is helping established businesses make innovation work.

Dr Richard O Hanlon - Plant pathologist Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI), Belfast Northern Ireland Dr Richard O Hanlon received his PhD in forest mycology from the University of Limerick. Following this he worked in research positions in the World Forest Institute Oregon; Teagasc , Dublin; and the Department of Agriculture, Kildare. He is currently in charge of the plant pathology unit in AFBI.

Rachel Collier CEO and Co-founder Young Social Innovators (YSI) Rachel Collier is the CEO and Co-founder of Young Social Innovators (YSI), an organisation that empowers young people to change our world through social innovation education. Passionate about creativity and innovation from an early age, Rachel was one of the first official Communications graduates in Ireland. She specialised in video production, working as a film editor in Paris for UNESCO before returning to Ireland to work with Sr Stanislaus Kennedy (Sr Stan) to carry out research on homeless women in Dublin.

Stefano Messori Design Strategist & Corporate Trainer

Stefano aims to facilitate a design thinking agenda in organisations pursuing a strategic innovation approach. Stefano collaborates with the management of medium-sized and large organisations (on ad hoc projects) but also with start-ups, through online learning and group facilitation sessions. In addition to promoting and facilitating the adoption of a design agenda within organisations, Stefano encourages managers to challenge their current understanding of their work and the mental models they have created to explain reality. Find more about Stefano’s work on creativity for business innovation at www. stefanomessori.com


Speakers Dr Tim Yeomans Centre Manager Shannon Applied Biotechnology Centre Dr Tim Yeomans is the Centre Manager for Shannon Applied Biotechnology Centre, a collaboration between Limerick Institute of Technology and the Institute of Technology, Tralee. Tim holds a PhD in Microbiology and postgraduate qualifications in Technology Commercialisation and Innovation Management. Tim is responsible for the scientific direction of the Centre, intellectual property management and business and technology development.

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the Applied Physics Research Group, TCD, and he is applying his knowledge of data science to the problems being faced by electrical distribution grid operators. electrical-analytics.com

Breanna Coyle Training Coordinator Irish Family Planning Association Training Coordinator working in a sexual health non-profit organization since 2010. Skilled in Training, Facilitation, Sexuality Education, Business Administration IT and Design, Body Therapy, Organic Horticulture, Fine Arts and Costume design. Presently completing a BSc. (Honours) in Applied Psychology from Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology 2018.

Brigitte Cullen Activities Co-ordinator & support worker , Cheshire Ireland EXPO | CITYWEST, 14th MARCH 2018

I moved from the Netherlands to Ireland in 1985. I have held a wide variety of positions in the Care Sector, mainly with adults with physical disabilities and elderly people. I am most passionate in my role of Activities Co-ordinator.

Alison Clarke - Assistant Psychologist at Honan and Associates and Research Assistant , Our Lady’s Hospital Crumlin Since graduating with a Psychology degree and MSc in Psychological Science Alison has worked as an Assistant Psychologist in St. John of God services and in the Rutland Addiction Centre. Alison currently works in Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital evaluating the effectiveness of reflexology in reducing symptoms in children/adolescents with cancer.

Aoife Kirwan - Information, Advocacy and Research Assistant, Multiple Sclerosis Ireland Artur Banaszkiewicz Head of Partnerships and Business Development Manager, Medical Poland Artur Banaszkiewicz – Head of Partnerships and Business Development Manager at Medical Poland. Recruiting Irish students to Polish medical universities for a couple years now, he has learnt the needs of future doctors inside and out. These days he is introducing the offer to international markets (UK, India, Canada).

Dr Barry Murphy Chief Technology Officer Electrical Analytics Co-founder and CTO of power grid monitoring startup Electrical Analytics. Barry’s background is with

Clare O’Dwyer Researcher NUI Galway Graduated from TCD with an honours degree in ‘Natural Sciences’ specialising in Microbiology. Have 18 years’ industry experience including 15 with a major pharmaceutical organisation. Completed a Masters in Applied Science (Enterprise Systems) at NUI Galway in 2013 and started the PhD journey in October 2015. Married with 4 adult children living in Galway city.

Cora McCaughan - Assistant National Director for Healthcare AuditQuality Assurance and Verification Division, HSE Cora is Assistant National Director for Healthcare Audit in the HSE. She has over 25 years experience in human factors and system safety in healthcare and other industries in Ireland, the UK, and Africa. She publishes and teaches in this area. She recently submitted her PhD at Trinity College Dublin.

Chloe Leddy Sport Centre Specialist Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Chloe Leddy is a graduate of B.Sc. Sport Science and Health from Dublin City University. In her final year, she specialized in the area of sport performance analysis, biomechanics and musculoskeletal injuries. After graduation, she lived in London where she studied Personal Training for one year. She now works as a Sport Centre Specialist at The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

Carol McNamara Training and Education Manager, The National Screening Service Carol McNamara is Training and Education Manager for the National Screening Services Health ,HSE. Formerly a nurse and midwife – she has worked in medical education for 16 years. Dr Daragh Naughton C-Eng PhD - Research & Development Lead with Audiology Medical Services & Principal Investigator Limerick Institute of Technology

Dr Daragh Naughton is a chartered engineer who holds a BSc in materials engineering. His PhD focused on the bio-compatibility of titanium for nasal reconstructive surgery and implants. He is a Fulbright Scholar in Science and Technology and a visiting Professor to Northeastern University, Boston. He is also a trained audiologist. He has raised significant national and EU funding for research projects in the medtech space.

David Casey Wellness & Health Promotion Manager DeCare Dental Insurance Ireland Ltd. David Casey RDN holds a national certificate in biology and a specialist certificate in oral health with health promotion. He is currently completing his MA in Health Promotion at the School of Health Sciences at the National University of Ireland, Galway. David has over 9 years clinical experience in healthcare and has worked over the last 6 years designing, building and implementing wellness and education programs for over 500 companies across Ireland and the UK.

David Cooney - Senior Consultant and Head of Precision Medicine, Blue Latitude Health, NYC After studying Biochemistry and structural biology at Trinity College, David joined the Imperial College Drug Discovery Lab developing kinase inhibitors before moving into insight and strategy at Brand Sight, where he worked on some of Roche’s biggest oncology brands. He since moved to Blue Latitude health to help open the New York office and support on launch of breakthrough monoclonal antibodies and first in class precision medicines.

Daniel O’Connell Solicitor Coleman Legal Partners Daniel is a Solicitor with Coleman Legal Partners, a firm that practices in medical negligence claims as well as ‘multi party action’ type litigation. He represents both individuals and groups of people in cases involving pharmaceutical and medical device products ranging from; defective implants, TVT Mesh cases and the anti-malaria drug Lariam.

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Speakers Darren Shannon PhD researcher University of Limerick Darren Shannon is a PhD researcher at the University of Limerick. He is involved with the EU-funded VIDAS and Cloud-LSVA research projects, which seek to map Europe’s ascending autonomous vehicle industry. Darren’s role centres on the econometrics of traffic accidents and the impact of autonomy on the motor insurance industry.

Doug Gordon - CEO DDG Performance Optimisation & Body Health and Soul Doug is CEO of DDG Performance Optimisation and Body Health and Soul. Doug is the former Head of Sales/ Marketing for Davy, a former national league hockey player, an International speaker, a performance/life/ business/mindset/meditation coach, a Master teacher of 5 modalities of healing and a radio presenter.

Eimear Carroll Senior R&D Researcher, AnaBio Technologies LTD Ms. Eimear Carroll is an R&D Researcher focusing on the optimisation of oil and probiotic matrix formulations, encapsulation methods and drying protocols. A graduate from the MSc. Molecular Cell Biology with Bioinnovation course in University College Cork and BSc. Biology, Maynooth University she found a passion for bringing science to new and innovative markets.

Eibhlín Mulroe Chief Executive Cancer Trials Ireland Ms Mulroe was appointed CEO of the Cancer Trials Ireland (formerly ICORG) in June 2015 and manages a cross functional team of clinical program leads, Data & Statistics, Quality and Pharmacovigilance. She works to implement the strategic plan in consultation with the Dr Jonathan Westrup, Chair of the Board of Directors and Prof Bryan Hennessy, Clinical Lead.

Prof. Gerard Lacey (TCD) CEO SureWash Dr Lacey is passionate about how computer technology can improve human performance. He is a professor of Computer Science in TCD and the founder of several companies that have developed solutions for performance and learning within the healthcare sector. His main areas of expertise are robotics, augmentedreality, procedural learning and behaviour change.

Gillian Rea Solicitor Baily Homan Smyth McVeigh Gillian Rea is a solicitor in Baily Homan Smyth

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McVeigh and advises their domestic and international client base on company and commercial law issues. Gillian has a particular interest in life sciences and pharmaceuticals and has extensive experience in advising global life science and pharmaceutical companies on the regulation of clinical trials.

Gregg Marsh Director Synergise Personal Training Gregg Marsh is a Dublin Weight Loss Expert and Fitness Author. Gregg is also the Director of Synergise Personal Training, a dedicated weight loss and detox service based in Belarmine, close to Sandyford, Dublin. At Synergise we believe in Real Weight Loss for Real People in an environment that promotes a community spirit, with help and support from both the Coaching Team and Fellow Members.

Hamilton Viorel Niculescu PhD Student and Lecturer Dublin City University By using a custom developed mobile phone app, focus groups are able to remotely monitor and control environment conditions inside automated enclosures, aimed at growing vegetables. The enclosures are powered by renewable energy sources. Hamilton’s research analyses the barriers and triggers for people engaging with such technologies. Additional info on https://www.linkedin.com/in/ hamiltonniculescu

James Connolly Senior Physicist Hermitage Medical Clinic Jonathan Murphy Director, Alliance of HealthCare Assistants Ireland Karen Brennan Advanced Nurse Practitioner HSE Karen has been chairperson of the Irish Association of Advanced Nurse Midwife Practitioners since 2014, promoting Advanced Nurse Midwifery practice at a national and International level. For the past 11 years she has worked in the Emergency Department of South Tipperary General Hospital. A graduate of Trinity College, Karen’s qualifications include a Postgraduate diploma in clinical practice and an MSc degree.

Dr Karen Misstear - Programme Manager - Wellcome-HRB Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT) Programme Dr Karen Misstear is Programme Manager of the Wellcome-HRB Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT) Programme which is coordinated by Clinical Research Development Ireland (CRDI). Karen previously worked

with OncoMark Ltd, managing large-scale collaborative oncology R&D projects. Karen holds a Human Physiology degree from Trinity College Dublin, MSc Neuroscience from King’s College London, and a PhD in Viral Immunology from the University of Birmingham.

Dr. Kathy Ruddy Postdoctoral Research Fellow Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience Dr. Ruddy is a neuroscientist at Trinity College Dublin, with an Irish Research Council postdoctoral fellowship. She finished her PhD at Queen’s University Belfast in 2014, focussing on how the brain controls movement. Following this she spent three years at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich) in Switzerland.

Dr. Liam Doherty - Consultant Physician in Respiratory and General (Internal) Medicine, Bon Secours Cork Liam Doherty has worked full-time at the Bon Secours Cork since 2006. He graduated in Medicine in UCD in 1993 and was later awarded an MD based on upper airway physiology during sleep. He received further training at the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle. He maintains strong research interests in Sleep Medicine.

Linda Hendy Standards Business Development NSAI Linda Hendy works in the National Standards Authority Ireland as standard officer in the Healthcare area. Working in this area Linda has access to standards being developed in several areas including standards for active and non-active medical devices, in-vitrodiagnostics and health informatics. Electro-technical standards addressing the safety of equipment in medical locations also come under the health care standards sector.

Lisa Power Senior Occupational Therapist HSE, Waterford BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy, PGCert Sensory Integration, PGCert Autism Spectrum Disorder, Diploma in Health Science with Physiology. Post Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate Student at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, USA.

Maureen Walsh - Managing Director DeCare Dental Operations and DeCare Dental Insurance Ireland Originally from the US, Maureen moved to Ireland in 1999 to help establish DeCare Operations Ireland Limited, a claims and shared services centre based in Claremorris, Co. Mayo. Maureen has led DeCare Dental Insurance Ireland from start-up stages to become Ireland’s only specialist dental insurer and oral health company. DeCare is proud to serve individuals and companies throughout Ireland.


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Speakers Maria Zielinska Director of Nursing The Talbot Group Maria is a director of nursing In Talbot Lodge Nursing Home in Malahide. Achieved Joint Commision International accreditation for Long term care facility in 2017. She completed BSc in General Nursing in Medical University of Warsaw in 2007 and has been working in elderly care for over 10 years. Her main goal is to deliver person centred and compassionate care.

Michael John Norton Peer Support Worker

Michael John Norton is a PhD student and Peer Support Worker for the Carlow, Kilkenny, South Tipperary mental health services. He has spent the last few years being an advocate for mental health within the CHO5 catchment area through his involvement in local consumer panels, involvement centres and ARI groups.

Michelle Marsh International Training Manager Therapie Clinic As the International Training Manager for Europe’s leading laser company, my role is not only fast paced and exciting but extremely rewarding. At Therapie, our business model is solely 5 Star – this incorporates 5* treatments, 5* results using the leading global based technologies and, most importantly, 5* customer service. To say “I love what I do” would be an understatement – to me, my job is my hobby.

Michelle Quinn Senior Speech & Language Therapist Childhood Development Initiative Since graduating as a speech and language therapist, Michelle has been working with the Childhood Development Initiative in Tallaght West Delivering on site Speech and Language Therapy services to preschools and primary schools in the Tallaght West Area. Michelle holds a BA in Linguistic and Sociology, MSc in Speech and Language Therapy and a PG Dip in Child Language and Communication.

Niamh Lafferty PhD Researcher, University of Limerick

Niamh Lafferty, is a PhD student conducting research in the Personnel and Employment Relations Department of the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick. She has a BSc in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Limerick, and a MSc in Work and Organisational Psychology from Maastricht University, Holland.

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Nigel Oakley Director of Business Development Ampliphae igel Oakley is a Director for Ampliphae Ltd focused on providing security and compliance for organisations Cloud and SaaS applications. Nigel has held senior engineering and business executive positions for some of the world’s leading IT companies. Prior to Ampliphae he was Chief Architect for Cloud and Automation in Juniper Networks

Patrick Little CEO Migraine Association of Ireland Since 2008 Patrick Little has been CEO of the Migraine Association of Ireland which represents and supports people with migraine and other headache disorders. He is a Board member of the Neurological Alliance of Ireland and also a Board Member and Treasurer of the European Headache Alliance.

Paul Flanagan General Manager Camfil Paul Flanagan is General Manager of Camfil Ireland. Paul works with many hospitals around Ireland in offering advice for the best clean air solutions available to solve Air Quality problems that might exist. Pauls work with hospitals has included helping hospitals reduce the risk of Nosocomial Aspergillosis during construction works.

Paul Moran - Directorate Operations Manager, Temple Street Children’s University Hospital With almost 25 years’ experience in a variety of healthcare organisations, Paul has held a variety of roles including clinical, technology, operations and quality. A Mental Health Nurse, he holds an MSc in Computer Science from TCD and an MBA from Smurfit, UCD. He has lectured and published in the areas of Health Informatics and Organisational Learning.

Patrick Fitzgerald CBT Therapist MyMind/Director, Limerick Mental Health Week Patrick has been actively involved in the mental health scene of the Mid-West for a number of years managing various projects and speaking about the issues being faced by today’s society. Along with Practicing as a CBT therapist, Patrick sits on a number of management boards across Limerick.

Philip Byrne Owner eBuild Web Solutions Philip Byrne has over twenty years of web development, graphic design and 3D animation. He’s

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also the founder of eBuild Web Solutions in Ireland. During my IT career I have worked both from a front and back end capacity. This involved building and designing websites for PC and Mobile platforms, implementing Realex/World Pay/PayPal eCommerce payment solutions, aggregating news content from Content Management Systems to Social Media networks. For more information about eBuild’s services, please visit: http://ebuildwebsolutions.com/ Services

Sinéad Murnane - Research Fellow Community Manager, Innovation Value Institute, Maynooth University Sinéad is a Research Fellow and Community Manager at the Innovation Value Institute in Maynooth University. Her research is concerned with exploring collaboration and knowledge sharing in multidisciplinary and knowledge-intensive environments. She is a Fulbright Scholar and is currently Vice President of the Irish Fulbright Alumni Association.

Siobhan Dee Health Coach and Owner siobhandee.com Siobhan is convinced that lifestyle medicine is hugely important to regress or reverse type 2 diabetes. Her extensive experiences as a nurse, senior manager in the pharma industry, health coach and avid researcher of diabetes has convinced her that we must embrace this approach to interrupt this epidemic, save lives and save our health service. Dr. Sudipto Das, B.Tech, M.Res, PhD Honorary lecturer & Senior Post-doctoral fellow Department of Molecular & Cellular Therapeutics, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

As a Senior Post-doctoral researcher based at RCSI, Sudipto’s key research expertise involves application of genomics and epigenomics approaches across a several diseases including cancer, neurological and cardiovascular diseases, with the aim to identifying potential predictive/prognostic biomarkers and/ or therapeutic targets that can be ultimately aid in enhancing better patient care.


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Education, Training & Skills SUMMIT 2018

Barbara Diehl Executive Director, Innovation Academy Barbara’s extensive experience in entrepreneurship and innovation is based on over 10 years of working in various knowledge transfer settings, seven of which alone in the field of entrepreneurship and venture creation at the University of Oxford’s Entrepreneurship Centre (2008-2015). Prior to joining Oxford she worked for the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft, a science & innovation policy related think-tank in Berlin.

Dr. Clare Power Quality Assurance & Collaborations Officer, Institute of Technology Carlow With over 20 years professional Quality Assurance and Enhancement experience, and related peer review publication, Clare maintains a keen interest in Quality Enhancement both in Higher Education and in Industry. Clare’s proposed topic examines a practical approach to the design and maintenance of Quality Management Systems within the environment of regulatory requirement.

Chantal Ladias Lecturer in Marketing

Dr. Chantal Ladias has dual French-Greek nationality and has lived in Ireland for more than 20 years. She integrates meaningful cross-cultural insights in the delivery of her marketing lectures. Chantal worked in France but also in Greece and the United States. She is currently supervising research thesis at Master level in the area of Marketing and sustainable marketing.

Con O’Conner European, UK and Irish Patent Attorney at Tomkins & Co. Con is a European, UK and Irish Patent Attorney. Con has extensive experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications in the life sciences and materials fields across multiple jurisdictions. Con advises clients on infringement issues, developing work-arounds and leveraging their IP. Con has a PhD in Chemistry.

David King JCT Team Leader Science, Junior Cycle for Teachers Dr. David King is a seconded secondary school teacher

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from Blackwater Community School, Lismore, Co. Waterford. He is currently working as Team Leader for Science with the Junior Cycle for Teachers (JCT) Support Service. David is a doctoral graduate of the University of Sheffield School of Education. His research interests include curriculum, education policy, and Junior Cycle reform.

Daniel Carey – Director, Moore Institute for the Humanities and Social Studies, National University of Ireland Galway Daniel Carey is Director of the Moore Institute for the Humanities and Social Studies at the National University of Ireland Galway, and a board member of the Irish Research Council. He was Chair of the Irish Humanities Alliance from 2014-16. He is a graduate of McGill University, Trinity College Dublin, and Oxford University where he took his D.Phil.

Donal Doyle Associate Lecturer, Institute of Technology, Carlow Donal Doyle is an Associate Lecturer at the Institute of Technology Carlow, a GAA Development Manager with Dublin GAA, and provides Sports Coach Development Consultancy. Donal graduated from Dublin City University in 2006 with a BSc (Hons) Degree in Sport Science and Health and began employment with Dublin GAA.

David Hanlon Team Lead, Change Management, Revenue David Hanlon is a team lead on the Change Management team for the PAYE modernisation project. He is a Revenue professional with extensive experience in the practical application of tax and audit. As an auditor in Large Cases division his knowledge spans across multiple economic sectors including manufacturing, life sciences, food, financial and ICT.

Eoin Carroll Programme Director Griffith College Dublin Eoin Carroll is the undergraduate Programme Director for the Faculty of Computing in Griffith College Dublin. He has been working in Higher Education for 14 years. He has lectured on a wide range of topics at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. As an educator, he focuses on computer programming, games development and artificial intelligence. He uses game based strategies to improve engagement and retention among his students.

Elaine Nevin Director UNESCO Elaine Nevin is the National Director (Chief Executive Officer) of ECO-UNESCO since 2002. Elaine holds a BA in Geography and Political Science and an MA and a Higher Diploma in Education. She has worked in the field of environmental education since 1995 and believes that empowering, educating and engaging young people is an essential component to achieving sustainable development.

Dr. Fiona Brennan Manager, National Learning Network (West Cork Service) Dr. Fiona Brennan is Area Manager, NLN West Cork graduated in 2011 with a PhD in Drama and Theatre Studies (UCC). With over 25 years’ experience in the education sector, Fiona began her career with NLN in 2000 as an Instructor and is currently Area Manager, NLN West Cork.

Imelda Matchett - Early Childhood Care & Education teacher Kerry College of Further Education Imelda has a degree in Early Childhood Studies from UCC, as well as a Higher Diploma in Social Policy. Imelda has also worked online with CMIT for 4 years as a Childcare Tutor, and currently is an Early Childhood Care and Education teacher in Kerry College of Further Education. Imelda has a keen interest in the benefits of play and outdoor learning for the child.

Kevin McLoughlin Marketing Executive Recreate Ireland Kevin joined the ReCreate team in 2013 and has been involved in shaping the organisation from the very beginning. He brings a wide mix of skills and creativity to the organisation in his role of Marketing & Membership Manager. He is a qualified Mechanical Engineer and holds a professional diploma in Digital Marketing & Strategy.

Linda Hickey Principal Team Lead Flexsource Recruitment Recruitment and HR CIPD professional with 9 years’ experience managing the full life cycle of employment. Specialist in talent management for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.

Mirjam Neelen Learning Advisory Manager

Mirjam Neelen has a MA in psycholinguistics and a MSc. in Learning Sciences. She has over 10 years of organisational learning design experience. She currently works Accenture, designing innovative learning strategies, using a research-based approach as well as Design Thinking methodologies. She also has a collaborative blog for learning professionals.

Dr. Mark Glynn Head at Teaching Enhancement Unit DCU Mark has a PhD in Chemistry, a MSc in e-learning and certificates in Learning and Teaching in higher education and online assessment. Mark has a deep insight into the key issues for higher education in Ireland in particular the implementation of national strategy for higher education, the technological universities and flexible learning.


Speakers Rita Treacy Founder and Owner WordsWorthLearning Ltd. In 2002, Rita established her own full-time Private Practice to further her specialism in the area. During that time she developed an online programme called “WordsWorthLearning” specifically to help children, young people and adults to overcome their reading and spelling difficulties. Rita is currently engaged (2018) in a EU funded pilot project (led by UCD) to improve learning outcomes for students with ADHD by introducing ‘Augmented Reality’ elements to the WordsWorthLearning programme.

Tina Leonard Project Manager, National Learning Network Previous Business Owner with over 25 years experience of Managing and Training in the Hair & Beauty Industry. At present I work as a Project Coordinator managing Employment contracts for The National Learning Network which is part of the Rehabgroup.

Victor Branagan CEO & Founder Clearly Sustainable Victor Branagan (M.Sc. M.B.S.) is a green entrepreneur, coach and educator and is the writer, producer and presenter of the podcast series Clearly Sustainable which explores and explains the words and terms used in sustainability debates. Victor has extensive international experience having worked in 12 countries with particular emphasis on social and environmental sectors.

The National Medtech & Biotech Summit Dr Anne-Marie Miller Project Manager CRDI / CÚRAM Partnership Dr Anne-Marie Miller is Manager of the Clinical Research Development Ireland (CRDI) / CÚRAM Partnership Project which focuses on analysis of changes in the regulatory environment for medical devices, and the development of training and information resources to support research and innovation. Anne-Marie, an experienced multidisciplinary scientific research coordinator, holds a PhD in Neuroscience from TCD.

Anne O’Donnell - Director of Microbiology, Complete Laboratory Solutions (CLS) and CLS MedPharma Anne is a native of Donegal and has 20 years of in-depth experience in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. She works with a wide range of national and

international clients, consulting and providing them with expertise on new system design, quality and technology, as well as training and validation. CLS is the largest privately owned contract laboratory in Ireland.

Brendan Kennedy Head of the 3D-NEONET Industry Academia consortium Prof. Breandán Kennedy is head of the 3D-NEONET Industry – Academia consortium. He is Professor of Pharmacology in University College Dublin. and a Research Fellow of the Conway Institute at UCD. The main objective of Breandán’s research group is to develop gene and pharmacological treatments for human blindness.

Cormac Ó Tighearnaigh Chief Executive Ireland Fine Grain Properties Cormac is CEO of Fine Grain Property in Ireland with more than 20 years’ experience in real estate and private equity. Previously he was the CFO and Deputy CEO of Amaris Hospitality with responsibility for a portfolio of 80 hotels across the UK and Ireland.

Colm O’Rourke Business Development Officer NSAI Medical Devices Colm O’Rourke is the Business Development Officer for NSAI Medical Devices. Colm joined the NSAI in 2016 and works in the organisation’s offices in Galway. Colm is a trained medical scientist and has worked in hospital laboratories in Ireland and Australia. He worked for a number of years with a Point of Care diagnostics company in both the sales and applications side of the business.

David Hannon Research & Development Manager Hollister Incorporated David Hannon is Research and Development Manager for Hollister. David leads a team of Scientists and Engineers in developing the next generation of medical technologies and products. He is an innovator with 11 granted patents and more in examination.

Denise Carthy Project Manager IBEC Denise Carthy joined IBEC in June 2016 to manage the development and implementation of new industry led Manufacturing and Polymer apprenticeships. Denise possess over 20 years experience contributing to projects as an engineer, designer and project manager, prior to joining IBEC Denise worked in Dublin City University managing the translation and development of next generation biomedical diagnostic devices.

Emmet Kearney Business Development Manager TWi Enabling businesses to further reduce Human Error rates

and improve the efficiency of their staff training! Emmet is responsible for Business Development at Technically Write IT (TWi), a leading provider of technical writing and information design solutions, serving some of the largest companies in ICT, Life Sciences, Utilities and more.

Dr Joan Cahill - Principal Investigator Centre for Innovative Human System (CIHS), School of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin Dr Joan Cahill is a Research Fellow and Principal Investigator at the Centre for Innovation in Human Systems (CIHS), at the School of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. Joan’s research is at the nexus of people, technology and process delivery – focusing on technology-based supports and interventions in the healthcare and aviation domains.

Kathryn Cormican (Ph.D)- Lead Research, College of Engineering & Informatics, National University of Ireland Galway Kathryn Cormican (Ph.D.) leads research in the College of Engineering & Informatics at the National University of Ireland Galway. She directs a number of research projects in the area of enterprise systems engineering and technology innovation management. This is an applied research space so it is essential to work closely with industry to identify and prioritize requirements, co-develop solutions and validate and implement new models and systems.

Ken Block President Ken Block Consulting Ken Block is an internationally recognized expert in medtech software regulations. He has been an invited speaker in a half-dozen countries on three continents, covering topics including software validation and regulatory compliance for medical device apps. His regulatory consulting company has offices in Europe, Asia and North America.

Padhraig Ryan Lecturer TCD Padhraig Ryan has a background as a pharmacist, health economist, and lecturer in health informatics. He is a research fellow in the School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin. His work investigates areas such as medical decision making, machine learning, and natural language processing. Dr. Ryan served as a health economics advisor in the Central Bank of Ireland, and was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to Harvard Medical School.

Paul A. Cahill - Full Professor & Director of the Vascular Biology & Therapeutics Labs, DCU Prof Cahill is an NIH, EU, Health Research Board and SFI-funded Principal Investigator with over 25 years of experience working in the vascular biology translational research space both in Ireland and the US. He has previously worked on industry projects with several

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Speakers Medtech companies including Medtronic AVE, General Electric (GE), Bristol Myers Squibb, Elan Corporation, Bayer AG Healthcare and Solvotrin Innovations Ltd.

Dr. Rukmani Sridharan – Postdoctoral Researcher, Dept of Anatomy, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland; Editor, Medgadget Rukmani is a postdoctoral researcher in Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), where she is developing novel biomaterials to promote wound healing. She recently completed her PhD in RCSI where she identified several properties of biomaterials that promote successful tissue regeneration. She completed her master’s in biomedical engineering (from Czech Republic and Ireland) and has expertise in diverse biomedical solutions such as immune engineering, nerve regeneration and stem cell therapy.

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EXPO Ahmed Ramy Senior Knowledge Management Researcher, DIT Ahmed Ramy B.Sc., M.Sc. Senior Knowledge Management Researcher @DIT. He is a qualified pharmacist with over 10 years of experience in pharmaceutical quality assurance and validation; held Senior Quality Assurance roles in leading pharmaceutical corporates; currently interested in exploring repercussions of knowledge loss on the performance of pharmaceutical companies and its implications on innovation.

Bryan Coen - Director Business & Legal Affairs for Valeant Pharmaceuticals Ireland Bryan Coen is Director, Business and Legal Affairs for Valeant Pharmaceuticals Ireland a subsidiary of Valeant Pharmaceutical International Inc. (NYSE:VRX). Bryan is graduate of the Law Society of Ireland, the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business and University College Dublin. Bryan in an experienced commercial counsel who adds value through understanding how complex legal and business issues interact from commercial and risk management perspectives.

Barry Robinson Director, Forensic Deloitte Barry has 18 years’ experience in the area of forensic and investigations. He is a Chartered Accountant and has acted for clients within the Pharma and Life Sciences sector.

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Blaine Doyle CEO GlowDx Blaine founded GlowDx, with the finanical backing of SOSVentures, to enable global access to diagnostics. A Graduate of both DCA & UCC, B.Sc. in Biotechnology, M.Sc. in Molecular Cell Biology with BioInnovation respectively. He picked up the award of Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur 2015 & is on the verge of revolutionising healthcare in the emerging markets.

Dr. Chris Keely Senior Business Development Manager Trinity College Dublin Dr. Chris Keely brings 20 years of experience working in and with, technology-focused multinational and indigenous Irish companies in the areas of new business generation and industry/academic engagement. In his current positon as the Senior Business Development Manager at the Office of Corporate Partnership and Knowledge Exchange at Trinity College Dublin, he champions and is responsible for the successful delivery of the college’s industry strategy.

Fiona Dunphy Commercial Manager, Pharmaceutical Managers’ Institute (PMI) Jim Power Founder & CEO Jim Power Economics Jim Power runs his own economic consultancy, Jim Power Economics, which conducts work in both the public and private sectors. He is Chief Economist at Friends First Group. He is a graduate of University College Dublin and teaches on the MBA and MSc in Management at the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, UCD.

John Whelan International Trade Consultant, Former CEO, Irish Exporters Association John is a leading international trade consultant and export industry adviser to the Allied Irish Bank group. He is chairman of the Aeolus International Ltd, a commercial jet services company, based at City West Campus and vice chairman of Swiss Irish Business association. He is also chairman of the RDS Entrepreneurs Club. He is the international trade columnist with the Irish Examiner and has published many books and articles nationally and internationally on global trade matters.

Dr Niall O’Reilly - Manager Pharmaceutical & Molecular Biotechnology Research Centre (PMBRC), WIT Niall joined the PMBRC as Centre Manager in 2009 and has over 15 years R&D experience in the life sciences sector in industry and academia. His research interests include drug product formulation, drug delivery and analytical science. He holds a B.Sc. in Industry Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry.

Dr Ruairi Friel CEO Westway Health Dr Ruairi Friel is the CEO and a co-founder of Westway Health. He has over 20 years experience in R&D, product development, IP management and business development, having invented several products. He has a BSc from NUI Galway, a PhD from Glasgow University and an MBA from Edinburgh University.

Richard Burke Production Specialist OPEX Site Lead at Teva Baldoyle Richard has over 27 years’ experience working in the Pharmaceutical Industry. Richard has worked in a variety of roles, studied in Limerick University (MSc Lean Leadership), and holds the position of Production Specialist / Site OPEX Lead, at Forest Tosara Ltd (Part of the Teva Group). Creating a Culture of engagement, identifying waste, and encouraging associates improve their work, brings great satisfaction to his role.

Dr. Richard Littlewood Founder Applied Strategic Dr Richard Littlewood is a physician and healthcare strategist. He founded the specialist strategy firm, applied strategic, in 2005. This global consulting firm has worked with life sciences, pharmaceutical and healthcare businesses addressing their important strategic challenges.

Dr. Simon Furney StAR Research Lecturer in Genomic Medicine, RCSI Dr. Simon Furney is a StAR Research Lecturer in Genomic Medicine and Principal Investigator of the Genomic Oncology Research Group at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. His expertise is in Next Generation Sequencing, Cancer Bioinformatics & Genomics and Genomic Medicine. His research programme at RCSI is focused on Genomic Medicine underpinned by genomics and next generation sequencing technologies, with a particular emphasis on Oncology.

Sinead Mitchell Nutritional Therapist Pharma Nord Sinead Mitchell has a background in Marketing and Public Relations before changing career to an area of great interest, health and nutrition. Sinead graduated with a diploma in Nutritional Science Therapeutics ( DipNST) as a Nutritional Therapist from the Irish Institute of Nutrition and Health. She has worked in the area of nutrition and weight loss for the past 5 years, previously with Dr Eva Orsmond in the Orsmond clinics and now as a Training Coordinator for Professionals with Pharma Nord, Danish nutritional supplements company.


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ALLIED AUTOMATION

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Jamestown Business Park, Jamestown Road, Finglas Dublin 11 Tel: +353 1 834 3905 www.allied-auto.com

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A Inno Info – Technical Innovation & Strategic Information Consultancy. Helping Start-up, SME & Corporate to catalyse / develop Innovation: NPD from idea generation to launch of new product, service & process; • Improvement of new product, service & process. • Intellectual & Industrial Property Strategy. • B usiness development. Benchmarking. Sales forecasts. • D isruptive Innovation. Open Innovation. Negotiations. Lobbying. A Inno Info – Information driven Innovation, Unit W10G – Ladytown Business Park, Newhall – NaasCo Kildare – Ireland Tel: +353 (0)1 443 49 44 www.AInno.Info

ANALYTIX

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Analytix Ltd supplies sample preparation and analytical instrumentation for the chemical and life science markets. Products include analytical pyrolysis systems, microwave digestion, ashing, extraction, and synthesis systems, mercury analysers, micro GC gas analysers, nitric oxide analysers, supercritical fluid extraction systems. www.analytix.co.uk

ASH TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

B5, M7 Business Park, Naas, Co. Kildare, W91 P684 Tel: +353 45 88 22 12 www.ash-vision.com

BEMIS LABORATORY SERVICES

Allied Automation is dedicated to the development, design and Precision Engineering of custom automated equipment for many of the world’s leading Medical Device and Life Science companies. Our objective is to provide innovative solutions to our customers, from initial consultation all the way through to expert delivery.

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winning, internationally recognised product design has affirmed us as innovation leaders in image quality and development. Our Inspection solutions improve production & quality fault detection & increase operator performance.

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Ash Technologies specialises in digital magnification and measurement solutions for industry. Our award

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Bemis Laboratory Services part of Bemis Healthcare Packaging, is an independent ISO 17025 accredited laboratory, located in Clara, Co. Offaly. Founded in 2010, Bemis Laboratory Services can provide the following services: • Accelerated Aging • Transportation Testing • Package / Seal Integrity Bemis Laboratory Services, Kilbeggan Road, Clara, Co Offaly, Ireland Tel: 353 57 9331888 www.bemis.com/healthcare-packaging CELTIC ADVANCED LIFE SCIENCE INNOVATION NETWORK (CALIN) C08

The Celtic Advanced Life Science Innovation Network (CALIN), is an Ireland-Wales funded programme that will bring innovation, jobs and growth to Ireland and Wales. Joining forces: Bangor, Cardiff and Swansea Universities in Wales, and University College Dublin, The National University of Ireland, Galway and the Tyndall Institute, University College Cork in Ireland. info@calin.wales www.calin.wales CENTRE FOR ADVANCED PHOTONICS AND PROCESS ANALYSIS (CAPPA)

DCU INVENT

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Invent is DCU’s Innovation and Enterprise Centre based on the main DCU campus. Our mission is to work with both external companies and our researchers to promote innovation, knowledge transfer and commercialisation of DCU innovations through licensing and start-up companies. www.dcuinvent.ie ENTERPRISE IRELAND TECHNOLOGY GATEWAYS

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Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateways works in partnership with 11 Institutes of Technology across Ireland. Our 15 specialised Gateways and 3 sectoral clusters provide expertise to companies who are looking to access research and development in a variety of technology areas. Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateways, THEA Office Fumbally Square Fumbally Lane, Dublin D08 XYA5 Tel: +353 86 824 1707 www.technologygateway.ie info@technologygateway.ie

ENTERPRISE IRELAND

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Enterprise Ireland is the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. We work in partnership with Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales in global markets. In this way, we support sustainable economic growth, regional development and secure employment.

C16 FINE GRAIN PROPERTY

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The Centre for Advanced Photonics and Process Analysis (CAPPA) is an Enterprise Ireland funded Technology Gateway aimed at delivering experienced R&D solutions for industry. The Centre’s core skills revolve around using Photonics (light and light based) and Optics platforms to add value to areas such as process analysis and control, product design and development.

Fine Grain Property is an owner and operator of industrial and business park properties. We create high-quality, flexible spaces with a bespoke mix of facilities designed with your employees in mind. In the competition for talent, we understand the importance of a great working environment.

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FRKELLY

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Dublin Chamber represents the interests of all businesses in the Greater Dublin Area and as the leading business organisation in the area, the Chamber offers the opportunity to promote your business and to get involved in its future direction. Dublin Chamber of Commerce, 7 Clare Street, Dublin 2 Email: info@dublinchamber.ie Tel: 00 353 1 644 7200 www.dublinchamber.ie

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FRKelly is a leading specialist in intellectual property law. Working with world-class institutions, corporate clients, academic and research institutes and high net worth individuals, we offer a range of patent, trade mark, design and copyright services; always with a professional and client-focused approach. www.frkelly.com

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GPE SCIENTIFIC LTD

C04

GPE Scientific Ltd is a leading distributor and manufacturer of Chemistry and Life Science laboratory equipment. GPE Scientific is the exclusive distributor of Scilogex benchtop and liquid handling equipment, Chemglass Life Sciences and chemical reactors, Norell NMR tubes and accessories, as well as the Nanalysis NMReady benchtop NMR. www.gpescientific.co.uk

GRENKE

B08

At Grenke, we take a personal approach to our work. We believe that traditional values such as transparency, fairness and honesty still hold true and we strive to ensure that these continue to underpin our relationships with customers, partners and shareholders. Headquarters Ireland, Sandyford Business Park Suite 306 Q-House Furze Road, Dublin 18 Tel: (01) 292 3400 www.grenkeleasing.ie

HEANET

A20

HEAnet is Ireland’s National Education and Research Network, providing Internet connectivity and shared ICT services to higher education, research organisations and primary & post-primary schools throughout Ireland. HEAnet’s national network connects 1.1 million students, researchers and staff to the Internet and other national educational and research networks across the globe. HEAnet, 5 George’s Dock, IFSC, Dublin D01 X8N7 Tel: +353 1 6609040 Website: heanet.ie IRDG INNOVATION NETWORK

C15

IRDG is an independent, non-profit, business-led Innovation Network of member companies and colleges, working together to drive excellence in Innovation within Ireland’s industry to create growth, jobs and prosperity. Members come from all sectors of industry and are split between FDI and Indigenous firms. Membership Development & Communications Manager, Regus Pembroke House, 28-32 Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin 2 Tel: 01-2374671 www.irdg.ie

INSPIRE 3D

C01 & C02

Inspire 3D was setup in 2011 to service the growing

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need for additive manufacturing in Ireland and is a fully Irish owned and operated company, we are partners with international brands such as Mcor, Zortrax, Formlabs and Leapfrog among others. Inspire 3D can provide additive manufacturing systems for a range of uses, right up to large scale industrial and educational customers. IRISH EXPORTERS ASSOCIATION

A17

The Irish Exporters Association assists its members to grow their exports to world markets. We drive and support the development of all exporting businesses in Ireland and represent the whole spectrum of companies within the export industry from SMEs to multinationals. 28 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 Tel: 01 661 2182 www.irishexporters.ie IRISH UNIVERSITIES ASSOCIATION

A01

NSAI (National Standards Authority of Ireland) is Ireland’s official standards body. We operate under the National Standards Authority of Ireland Act (1996) and we are accountable to the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation. NSAI is the national standards and measurement body. Where a standard already exists, NSAI works with businesses to help them apply it. www.nsai.ie

OCON CHEMICALS LTD

B21

Laboratory Supply & Waste Management company established 1981 including supply of bulk raw & traceable material to the pharma-manufacturing sector. Supplier to over 275 companies in Ire & UK. B07

The Irish Universities Association has as a mission to develop strategy and policy to advance education and research and to maximise the universities’ contribution to Ireland’s social, cultural and economic well-being. The Irish Marie Skłodowska-Curie Office provides high quality support to applicants from both the academic and non-academic sectors to these international research and training funding programmes. www.iua.ie www.iua.ie/irish-marie-curie-office LIFE SCIENCE RECRUITMENT

NATIONAL STANDARDS AUTHORITY OF IRELAND (NSAI)

Address: 5 South Cork Industrial Estate, Vicars Road, Pouladuff, Cork City Tel: +353 21 4318555 Email: info@oconchemicals.com Website: www.oconchemicals.ie Twitter: @OconChemicals PERRY JOHNSON REGISTRARS UK

A03

Perry Johnson Registrars is a full-service registrar that carries multiple international accreditations. We understand the importance of ISO registration and are dedicated to helping an organization achieve its goals. Let us be your partner in certification! BO6A

Life Science Recruitment is a specialist scientific and healthcare recruitment consultancy based in Dublin with a strong focus on the integration of web technologies into mainstream recruitment. Our market research has shown that jobseekers want to see less duplicated jobs online, more niche websites dealing in their specific professional area combined with market knowledge and expertise by the recruiter. 12 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2. Tel: (+353) 1 685 4848 / (+353) 1 685 4545 MAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY COMMERCIALISATION OFFICE A18

A place of lively contrasts–a modern institution, dynamic, rapidly-growing, research-led and engaged, yet grounded in historic academic strengths and scholarly traditions. Maynooth’s unique collegial culture fosters an interdisciplinary approach to research which is very much central to its teaching. Maynooth University Commercialisation Office, John Hume Building, Maynooth, County Kildare Tel: 01-708 6589 maynoothuniversity.ie/commercialisation

Whiteladies Business Centre, 12 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, BS8 1PD Tel: 0117 298 0608 Contact: Mike Stasik www.pjregistrars.uk

PHARMALEX

A06

PharmaLex is one of the largest providers of Development Consulting, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Management & Compliance and Pharmacovigilance worldwide. Our global teams of experts can take you through early strategic planning activities and nonclinical requirements to clinical development, through regulatory submission processes and finally guide you to market approval and product maintenance post-launch activities. contactirl@pharmalex.com Tel: +353 1 846 4742 www.pharmalex.com

P4ML

B03

P4 Medical Laboratory is Ireland’s first ever precision


Exhibitors medicine company. We aim to revolutionise the way we think about health by promoting the maintenance of wellness and the prevention of disease. Our Vision is one of collective health intelligence through the building of a global medical community, where data and knowledge is shared. Unit 1201, Building 1000, City Gate, Mahon, Cork T12 W7CV Tel: 021 2409033 www.p4ml.com info@p4ml.com

TSSG is an internationally recognised centre of excellence for ICT research and innovation. Our four key technical Research areas include Mobile Platforms & Services, Data Analytics & Social Computing, Adaptive Networks & Services and Augmented & Virtual Reality. TSSG, Arclabs Research & innovation Building, WIT West Campus, Carriganore, Waterford Tel: 051 302920 www.tssg.org

TECHNICALLY WRITE IT ROKO 316 LTD

A04

ROKO 316 Ltd are the UK and Ireland distributors of the AR pharma grade equipment including: Sampling valves, Tank Bottom valves, Non Return valves, Tank Connections, Heat Exchangers, Pressure Relief valves. We can offer special material and tailor made equipment 10 College Road, Harrow, Middlesex HA1 1BE United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)208 180 2204 www.roko316.co.uk

SNICKERS WORKWEAR

C07

Snickers Workwear Ireland, Unit B5 Calmount Business Park, Ballymount, Dublin 12, Ireland Tel: 00 353 (1) 409 8400 Email: info@hultaforsgroup.ie

B12

Shannon Applied Biotechnology Centre is a collaboration between Limerick Institute of Technology and the Institute of Technology Tralee. Shannon ABC works with Food, Biotech and Life Science companies, helping them to address scientific and technical challenges. Shannon ABC, Hartnett Enterprise Acceleration Centre, Limerick Institute of Technology, Moylish Pk, Limerick Shannon ABC, South Campus, Institute of Technology, Tralee, Clash Road, Tralee, Co Kerry Tel: 066 7144217 Tel: 061 293577 www.shannonabc.ie TELECOMMUNICATIONS SOFTWARE & SYSTEMS GROUP (TSSG)

C05

www.technicallywriteit.com emmet.kearney@technicallywriteit.com

For over twenty years, Snickers Workwear has been supplying Irish Manufacturing with workwear that delivers the comfort, functionality and durability your company demands. This is what our range of Service Line workwear is all about. Workwear designed to help you deliver a top-quality service that your customers will remember. And every garment is ready for your company logo. Visit us at stand C07 to see the full range.

SHANNON ABC

EXPO | CITYWEST, 14th MARCH 2018

TWi is a leading provider of technical writing and information design solutions, serving some of the largest companies in ICT, Life Sciences, Utilities and more. We transform complex information about products, services, and processes into clear, accurate, user-friendly content within, process documentation, user manuals and technical guides.

UTILITYAR

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BROTHER

The Brother Group of Nagoya, Japan is a truly multinational company with offices throughout the world and manufacturing plants in Japan, Taiwan, Korea, America, Malaysia, Ireland and the UK. Unit 37, Boeing Rd, Airways Industrial Estate, Dublin Tel: 01 2411900 www.brother.ie

B23 CAMFIL IRELAND

See the future – UtilityAR build Augmented Reality Smart Glasses solutions for Industrial customers – Hands free asset database in the vision of technicians – Remote Eyes trouble shooting calls – Reduce downtimes and errors. Tel: +35312544432 www.utilityar.com WATERFORD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

A09

C17

Waterford Institute of Technology is committed to providing a research and development environment to support industry in the south east and throughout Ireland. WIT collaborates industry from multinationals to SMEs in a variety of areas such as Pharmaceutical, Biomedical, ICT, Micro-Electronics, Precision Engineering and business strategy. www.wit.ie/tto Key Contact - Name: Dr. James O’Sullivan Waterford Institute of Technology, Cork Road, Waterford Email address: josullivan@wit.ie

B10

Camfil Ireland is the largest manufacturer and supplier of Air Filters, for HVAC and cleanroom applications in Ireland. Camfil Ireland has been established in Ireland for the past 30 years and is part of the Camfil group with its history going back to 1963. During this time Camfil Ireland has grown from strength to strength. Clonshaugh Industrial Estate, Clonshaugh, Dublin 17 Phone: +353 1848 49 77 info@camfil.ie DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS, UCC

A13

The Postgraduate Diploma in Health Economics Practice is a practice-oriented programme delivered entirely online. It is designed to give health care professionals an excellent grounding in the use of economic decisionmaking in the health sector. Economic decisionmaking is becoming increasingly important in the health area, with scarce resources being available for ever-increasing needs. Department of Economics, UCC, Aras na Loai, Western Rd, Cork Dr Ann Kirby Tel: 021 4903679 Dr Brian Turner Tel: 021 4902974 https://www.ucc.ie/en/ckc07/ EBUILD WEB SOLUTIONS

B06

A11

eBuild Web Solutions based in Citywest has over

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Exhibitors

CITYWEST, 14th March 2018

twenty years of on-line and off-line experience. We work with SME’s and multinationals, private and public organisations, across different sectors including online services, pharmaceuticals, property and educational. 3013 Lake Drive, Citywest Business Campus, Dublin D24 PPT3 Tel: +353 1 4693751 www.ebuildwebsolutions.ie

ERS IT SOLUTIONS

C09

ERS has been a leader in the software development space for over 25 years specialising in design and delivery around the Microsoft Solution Stack particularly using Office365, SharePoint, .NET and the Azure Platform. Our success is driven by our team’s in-depth knowledge of these applications, their ability to perform micro level analysis, and an exceptional set of skills that guarantee the delivery of innovative solutions. Buziness PALS House, Unit 5, Block 8, Blanchardstown Corporate Park, Dublin 15, D15 V240 Tel: 018859500 www.ers.ie

ILLE SERVICE (IRL)

B13

Ille Ireland is a subsidiary of Ille Germany the market leader in hygiene and washroom products. For more than 50 years, Ille has led the way in innovation and market-defining products that improve hygiene standards and reduce waste. Ille Service (Irl), Talbot Hall, New Ross, Co. Wexford Tel: 051 441 000 Offices & Depots: Dublin – Wexford – Galway – Armagh

INNOVECTION LTD

A10

Innovection is Ireland’s leading provider of Chemical First Aid and Decontamination Products. We have more than 15 years successful experience in Chemical Risk Prevention, Management and Chemical Decontamination procedures, through our close cooperation with Laboratory Prevor. Our products change the way you address chemical burns.

IPS LTD

C11

“Ethos built on Service” IPS is a service, equipment and applications supplier of printing, photocopying, scanning and document management applications and associated tools. IPS is an accredited product and warranty partner for Ricoh, Kyocera, HP, Kodak and Lexmark hardware, holding the only Lexmark BSD partner status in Ireland. We are excited to demonstrate our New Kodak Scanning Hardware and Square9 Softworks Document Archiving Solutions and also to showcase our Lexmark Managed Print Service Devices and offerings on Stand C11.

www.innovateireland.ie

Tel: +353 1 832 0930 Email: info@ipsl.ie www.ipsl.ie

manufacturing of commercial and residential natural air ventilation products.

KBC BANK IRELAND PLC

B24

Not only have we been providing banking services in Ireland for 40 years, we’re also part of the KBC Group, one of Europe’s most recognisable financial institutions. Every day we put all that experience to work for you, giving you reliable and secure products at great value. Our 1000+ employees in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Kilkenny, Waterford and Kildare are dedicated to creating a bank where you come first. Maple House, 26 Lower Kilmacud Road, Stillorgan Co Dublin Tel: 1800 51 52 53 www.kbc.ie

MEDSCINET IE LTD

18 Dungarvan Business Park, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford Tel: +353 58 20005 www.renson.ie

REVENUE

Revenue’s Mission Statement: ‘To serve the community by fairly and efficiently collecting taxes and duties and implementing Customs controls.’ Revenue is a customer-centric, compliance orientated, tax and Customs administration. Revenue plays a vital role in the economy by securing taxes and duties due to the State. Dublin Castle, Dublin 2 Tel: +353 1 8589205 Website: revenue.ie

A05 SIX LOG SOLUTIONS

MedSciNet is a Stockholm based company specializing in design and development of web applications and online database systems for clinical trials and studies, quality registries, medical bio-banks, and other solutions within the field of academic medicine. MedSciNet AB Luntmakargatan 71, 2tr 113 51 Stockholm, Sweden Tel: +46-8-612 35 50 www.medscinet.com

Monmouth Scientific is a leading UK manufacturer of Fume Cabinets, Laminar Flow Cabinets, Biological Safety Cabinets and Clean Rooms. Working together with our Irish agent, NSP Laboratory Services Ltd, we strive to provide a complete solution to your laboratory needs.

C10

Pharma Nord is one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of preventive dietary supplements and herbal remedies. The company develops, manufactures and markets scientifically well founded dietary supplements, herbal remedies and medical drugs based on optimal bioavailability, safety and documentation. Pharma Nord, Unit 289, Blanchardstown Corporate Park 2, Ballycoolin, Dublin 15 Tel: +353(0) 1 899 1650 www.pharmanord.ie

RENSON

A12

RENSON®‘s mission is the ongoing development and

B05

Six Log Solutions was formed in 2013 with a goal to introduce a more affordable hydrogen peroxide decontamination system to Ireland. Having worked with hydrogen peroxide vapour technology for over the past 12 years, we were aware of the primary road blocks for many would-be users... “too expensive and the process takes too long!”. We knew that this had to change!

VIATEL

MONMOUTH SCIENTIFIC LTD / NSP LABORATORY B15 SERVICES LTD & B20

PHARMA NORD

A24

B16

Viatel is the largest Irish-owned provider of advanced voice, broadband connectivity, data centre and managed WAN solutions. We provide cost effective, innovative and bespoke telecoms solutions for small to medium enterprises (SME), corporate, public sector and wholesale customers. www.viatel.com


Floor Plan

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Size Guide

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Conference & Exhibition 3x3m

3x2m 2x2m 2x1m

C I T Y W E S T, 1 4 t h M a r c h 2 0 1 8

Main Stage

The National

The National Medtech & Biotech Summit

Conference & Exhibition C I T Y W E S T, 1 4 t h M a r c h 2 0 1 8

B22 B24

A17

A18

B21 B23

A26 A15 A22A14 A13 A23A12A24

Main Stage A20

A16

A17

A11 A19 A10 A18

B22 B24 B18 B13 B21 B17A B23 B12 B17

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A07 A08 A09 A15 A14 A13 A12 A22 A23 A24 Tea A11 & Coffee

A19A10

A16 A17 A18 A06 A05 A04 A07 A08 A09 A03

Main Stage

A15 A14 A13

TeaT h e N a t i o n a l & Pharmaceutical Coffee & Life Sciences

B21B09 B23 B12 B17 B08 B11 B16 B15 B20

A12 A11

EXPO

A01 A10 Stand Builder

B10 B13 B18 B22 B24

A06 A05 A04 A07 A08 A09 A03 A02

B14 B19 B04 B10

B05 B06 B06A B07

A20

A25 B14 B19

B03 B13 B18 B09

B12 B17 B08

Info Point

B11 B16

Entrance B04

Tea & Coffee

A01

B05 B06 B06A B07

A21

B15 B20 B11 A26 B16

B05 B06 B06A B07

NATIONAL

A21

A25 B15 B20

B10 B03

C15

A19

C17 C12 C16

A20

Seminar 3

C14

Seminar Seminar 32 C14

A06 A05 A04

Seminar 3 C11 Seminar 1 C09 C14

A03

B08

C13

C06 C08 C05 C07 C12 C10

Seminar 12 Seminar

C11 C09 C03

C04

Main Stage

C02 C06 C08 & The National Medtech C05 C01 C07 & Biotech Summit C10

Seminar 1 C09 C03

B09

CLOAKROOM

C13

C17 C12 C10 Seminar 2

SECOND FLOOR BLESSINGTON SUITE

C13

C11 C15

A25

C16

A24

C15

A23

C17 C16

A26

C04

CARRAIG SUITE

A01

PM: Quality, Health & Safety, Animal Health, Food, Agriculture & Horticulture

Seminar 2 AM: Health Jobs, Skills and Training, Disease Treatment & Clinical Healthcare PM: Health and Wellbeing Seminar 3 AM: Legal & Standards, Sustainability and Energy

Seminar 4 AM: R&D, Data PM: Innovation Seminar 5 AM: Jobs, Skills and Training PM: Finance, Supports Collaboration and Business Intelligence

C04 C03

FIRST FLOOR

Speaker room AVOCA SUITE

T H E N AT I O N A L

Education, Training & Skills SUMMIT

SECOND FLOOR

BLESSINGTON SUITE CLOAKROOM

Seminar 4 TECHNOLOGY GATEWAYS delivering solutions for industry an Enterprise Ireland network

SUMMIT 2018

Seminar 1 AM: Child, Elderly and Disability Care & Treatment PM: Mental Health and Disorders

Seminar 4

Main Stage

Education, Training & Skills

C11 IPS Ltd B24 KBC Bank Ireland PLC B06A Life Science Recruitment A18 Maynooth University Commercialisation Office A05 MedSciNet IE Ltd B15/B20 Monmouth Scientific Ltd / NSP Laboratory Services Ltd A01 National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) B18 National Learning Network B21 Ocon Chemicals Ltd A03 Perry Johnson Registrars UK C10 Pharma Nord A06 PharmaLex B03 P4ML A24 Revenue A12 Renson A04 ROKO 316 Ltd B05 Six Log Solutions B12 Shannon ABC C07 Snickers Workwear A11 Telecommunications Software & Systems Group (TSSG) C05 Technically Write It B23 UtilityAR B16 Viatel C17 Waterford Institute of Technology

OAK SUITE

B03

T H E N AT I O N A L

B11 Analytix A14 A Inno Info C12 Ash Technologies C14 Allied Automation A23 Bemis Laboratory Services A09 Brother B10 Camfil Ireland C16 Centre for Advanced Photonics & Process Analysis (CAPPA) C08 Celtic Advanced Life Science Innovation Network (CALIN) A25 DCU Invent A13 Department of Economics, UCC A15 Dublin Chamber of Commerce B06 ebuild Web Solutions C09 ERS IT Solutions A08 Enterprise Ireland B04 Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateways C06 FRKelly B22 Fine Grain Property C04 GPE Scientific Ltd B08 GRENKE A20 HEAnet A10 Innovection B13 Ille Service (Irl) C01/C02 Inspire 3D C15 IRDG Innovation Network A17 Irish Exporters Association B07 Irish Universities Association

C06 C08 C05 C07

B04 Speaker Registration

EXPO

Registration Downstairs

A02

Seminar 5

Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences

OAK SUITE

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