Sensors in Medicine 2019: bridging the gap between sensor research and the clinic

Sensors in Medicine 2019

Sensors in Medicine 2019 -  uniquely among a plethora of biosensor conferences - focuses on the application of sensors in medicine and healthcare.

Introduction of innovative sensor technology requires a pathway from the research lab to a commercial organisation which sees a profit opportunity, and which launches the technology into clinical medicine.

Speakers at SiM19 (11-12 September) are drawn from a mix of academic research, commercial organisations and practicing clinicians.  The conference focuses on the current most important trends in sensor appications in healthcare, i.e. Wearble technology, Point-of-Care technology and the diagnosis of Infectious Diseases.

Keynote speakers include:

  • Dr. Chris Van Hoof, VP R&D, imec - wearable sensors
  • Prof. Molly Stevens FREng, Imperial College Department of Materials - Point of Care
  • Prof. Rachel MacKendry, Director i-sense and UCL Division of Medicine - diagnosis of infectious diseases
  • Prof. Jonathan Cooper FREng FRSE, Department of Bioengineering, University of Glasgow - low cost diagnostic platforms

See the full program of invited speakers

Registration is now open with an early registration discount available until 10 August.

For more information contact: Suzanne Sisto Brand (

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Captum Capital is an innovative consulting company, which facilitates the development of emerging life science companies. Captum provides MasterClasses in technology valuation and business modelling. The company founded Sensor100, an international network of people and organisations active in the development and commercialisation of bio- and chemo-sensors.

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