The Value Chain for Diagnostics: Concept to Product to Implementation





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Published on Feb 5, 2014

2014 Diagnostics by Design Workshop Day

Hosted by the PoCDx IdeaLab (http://pocdx.org), Tekla Labs (http://www.teklalabs.org), and the Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases (http://cend.globalhealth.berkeley.edu/)

"The Value Chain for Diagnostics: Concept to Product to Implementation"

Moderated by Madhu Pai, Associate Professor, McGill University Panelists: Daniel Fletcher, Professor, UC Berkeley Daniel Laser, CEO, Wave80 Biosciences David Persing, Executive Vice President, Cepheid Eva Harris, Professor, UC Berkeley Glenn Johns, Director of Global Health Diagnostics, Alere Jim Gallarda, Senior Program Officer, Diagnostics, Bill & Melinda Gates Shashi Buluswar, Executive Director, LIGTT

Talk abstract:
This interactive panel discussion is moderated by Madhu Pai and features 7 panelists, with a wide spectrum of experiences, ranging from technology development in academic and industry settings to implementation experts with field experience. Madhu Pai will start off with a brief discussion of global health value chains and key factors to consider in designing and implementing novel global health technology.

About the DxD Workshop:
The Diagnostics by Design workshop is an interdisciplinary forum for discussing the challenges and lessons learned in developing and implementing global health technologies, specifically at the point of care. Through interactive talks, a panel discussion with experts from industry and academia, and a hands-on build session, workshop participants will explore the challenges associated with translating technologies beyond the lab.

Funding provided by the Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases (http://cend.globalhealth.berkeley.edu/)


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