Tony Davis, Commercial Director of WMAHSN, will be delivering a keynote address at a prestigious national event, centred on personalised and genomic medicine.
Tony will be speaking at the Westminster Health Forum Keynote Seminar: The future of personalised and genomic medicine on 14 December.
He will be rubbing shoulders with illustrious company, including Professor Sue Hill, Chief Scientific Officer, NHS England; Rt Hon the Lord Warner, former Parliamentary Under-Secretary and Minister of State, Department of Health; Dr Virginia Acha, Executive Director, Research, Medical and Innovation, ABPI; Dr Jayne Spink, Chief Executive Officer, Genetic Alliance UK; Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed, NHS Chair of Pharmacogenetics and Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor for Clinical Research, University of Liverpool and Executive Director, Liverpool Health Partners; Sir John Chisholm, Executive Chair, Genomics England; and Dr Krishna Prasad, Group Manager, MHRA.
A senior parliamentarian will chair the debate.
Tony's presentation will cover translating learning from the 100,000 Genomes Project into service delivery: integration, education and adoption.