Delivering novel therapies in the 21st century is a two-day conference held by the Royal Society and Academy of Medical Sciences FORUM. Speakers will discuss recent scientific advances in therapeutic modalities and delivery. The meeting will also explore the infrastructure required to develop novel treatments and implications of these advances for policy and healthcare. Developments in areas including new immunotherapies, affinity reagents, bioelectronics, gene therapy and nanoparticle delivery will be considered within the broader context of personalised medicine, technology and data, regulation, value, access and care delivery.
Attending this event
This open event is free to attend and is intended for those with an interest in the life sciences sector, from a variety of backgrounds including academia, industry, government, the NHS, as well as regulatory, charitable and other scientific bodies.
About the conference series
This meeting forms part of the Royal Society’s Transforming our Future series, and the Academy of Medical Sciences’ FORUM programme. The Transforming our Future meetings are unique, high-level events that address scientific and technical challenges of the next decade and bring together leading experts from wider scientific community, industry, government and charities.
The Academy’s FORUM programme brings together industry, academia and the NHS, and the charity, regulatory and wider healthcare sectors. It provides an independent platform to bring together leaders from across the life sciences sector to discuss scientific opportunities, technology trends, translational challenges and strategic choices in healthcare.