Launch of the Centre for Translational Informatics

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Date(s) - 07/06/2016
9:30 am - 5:00 pm


Register now  for the launch of the Centre for Translational Informatics, a new collaboration for digital innovation in mental health.

We are delighted to invite you to the launch of an exciting new initiative led by the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London.

Aimed at facilitating digital innovation in mental health care, the Centre for Translational Informatics (CTI) brings together advances in analytics, software development and implementation, pioneered by the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre, to drive forward improvements in the way that mental health is treated, and provide agile solutions to the challenges presented by the data revolution in healthcare – what we call ‘digital pragmatism’.

Wearables, virtual reality, and other emerging technologies offer the potential to understand clinical disorders in unprecedented detail, and provide a powerful means to innovate in healthcare delivery. At the same time data security presents new challenges for patients and clinicians such as delivering opportunities for self -management and user research in a rapidly changing technological environment and within a climate of increasing economic austerity.

We very much hope you are able to join us and contribute to what promises to be an inspiring programme of interactive sessions, panel discussions and talks from a wide range of experts, from across academia, the digital industries and clinical organisations. Topics to be covered will include: security, wearables and data, user research, self-management, data Visualisation, virtual reality, and much more.


09:30-09:40hrs  Welcome and Intro from Matthew Patrick, Chief Executive, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

09:40-10:10hrs  Digital Pragmatism: Stephen Docherty, Chief Information Officer, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

10:10-10:40hrs  Keynote:  Graham Spittle, IBM Chief Technology Officer

10:40-11:05hrs  Break

11:10-12:10hrs   Session 1:  Choose from The Quest for a Safe Haven in the Hackers’ Galaxy, mHealth or From Concept to Prototype (further details on sessions to be released shortly).

12.15-13:15hrs  Session 2:  Choose from Health VR – Virtual Reality in Healthcare, mHealth2 or User Research (further details on sessions to be released shortly).

13:15-14:15hrs  Lunch (and expo)

14:20-15:20hrs  Session 3: Choose from Behavioural Science, Technology and Self-management, The Power of Data Visualisation and Applied Intelligence ((urther details on sessions to be released shortly)

15:20-15:35hrs  Break

15:40-16:00hrs  Summary by Matthew Hotopf, Director, NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre

16:00-17:00hrs  Barriers to pragmatism, real or perceived? Panel discussions chaired by Shitij Kapur, Executive Dean, Insititute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London

17:00hrs            Networking Drinks

Confirmed speakers:

  • Matthew Hotopf, Director of the Biomedical Research Centre and Professor of General Hospital Psychiatry
  • Dr Matthew Patrick, Chief Executive, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
  • Shiij Kapur, Executive Dean, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience
  • Graham Spittle, Chief Technology Officer, IBM
  • Stephen Docherty, Cheif Information Officer, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
  • Richard Dobson, Head of Bioinformatics, Biomedical Research Centre
  • Ken J Kubota, Chief Evangelist and Product Manager at the tranSMART Foundation
  • Max Little, Associate Professor, Aston University – TED Fellow – Visting Associate Professor, MIT
  • Nic Lane, Senior Lecturer Mathematics Group / Visiting Associate Professor, Aston University / MIT Media Lab, Human Dynamics Group
  • Maneesh Juneja, Digital Health Futurist, MJ Analytics
  • Dr Nick Meyer, Clinical Research Fellow and SPR in Psychiatry
  • Amos Folarin, Senior Software Development Group Leader, Biomedical Research Centre, King’s College London
  • Max Kerz, PHD Student, Biomedical Research Centre, King’s College London
  • Daniel Taylor, Head of Cyber Security Programme, HSCIC
  • Chris Flynn, Cyber Security Services Manager, HSCIC
  • Clare Sanderson, Managing Director, IG Solutions Liverpool
  • Nick Millward, Global Produt Director, mGage
  • Ed Gardiner, Behavioral Design Lead, Warwick Business School
  • Krishane Patel, PHD Student, Warwick Business School
  • Mollie Courtenay, Service Design Lead, Mindwave Ventures
  • Jenn Stirrup, Industry Expert
  • Toni-Ann Tuson, Senior Business Intelligence Developer and Data Visualisation Lead, SLaM
  • Adam Frost, Content Director, Graphic (Digital Agency)
  • Tobias Sturt, Creative Director, Graphic (Digital Agency)
  • David Cliffon, Associate Professor of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford, Computational Health Informatics (CHI) Laboratory Group Lead, Oxford
  • Emily Tulloh, Service Design, Mindwave Ventures
  • Kumar Jacob, CEO, Mindwave Ventures
  • India Pappalardo-Strachan, User Interface Designer, Mindwave Ventures
  • Dr Dave Ranyard, Formerly Director, London Studio – Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Dr Lucia Valmaggia, Clinician Psychologist, Senior Lecturer, IoPPN, KCL
  • Anna Wojnarowska, Ethnographer – BIS and Mindwave Ventures
  • Iria Lopez, Service Designer, Mindwave Ventures
  • Daivd Clifton, Associate Professor of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford, Computatational Health Informatics (CHI) Laboratory Group Lead, Oxford
  • Dr Tom Foley, Special advisor to the Wachter Review into Healthcare IT in the NHS

Tuesday, 7 June 2016 from 09:30 to 17:00 (BST) – Add to Calendar
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