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CONCURRENT SESSIONS

9:45AM - 10:45AM
11:30AM - 12:30PM
2:45PM - 3:45PM
4:30PM - 5:30PM

9:45AM - 10:45AM

Track A - Ecosystem
DEIA: Access is the Key to a Diverse Workforce

Strategies and tactics to make strides toward a more diverse workforce through providing access at every stage of a career. This panel will share and discuss employable strategies to open doors to a career in life sciences, from receiving education and training, to landing interviews, being hired, and growing within a company.  

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Track B - Biopharmaceuticals & Drugs: 

Navigating Sustainability in the Lab: Developing ESG Practices

Join us for a discussion on how to integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies in a laboratory setting. Sustainability practices go beyond recycling single use items to a resource efficiency model and business imperative. ESG measures are increasingly critical to align with environmental accountability, organizational initiatives, and business longevity. Methods of imbedding sustainability in lab operations serve to build an environment for growth and efficiency, mitigate compliance risk, eliminate waste, and extend resources.

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Track C - Medical Device & Digital Health: 

Embracing Heterogeneous Data in Healthcare

A core challenge in collecting, managing, and using health data is standardization (homogeneity) vs. variation (heterogeneity). While many seek to standardize (FHIR, OMOP, etc.), can we also embrace the power of heterogeneous, unique, and innovative data sets and methods to improve health care and outcomes? This panel brings together experts excited to discuss the opportunities, challenges, and impacts on health of leveraging large, heterogeneous data sets and advanced analytics as well as regional efforts to support a more integrated approach to generate health insights.

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Track D - Innovation: 

PitchRounds

A core challenge in collecting, managing, and using health data is standardization (homogeneity) vs. variation (heterogeneity). While many seek to standardize (FHIR, OMOP, etc.), can we also embrace the power of heterogeneous, unique, and innovative data sets and methods to improve health care and outcomes? This panel brings together experts excited to discuss the opportunities, challenges, and impacts on health of leveraging large, heterogeneous data sets and advanced analytics as well as regional efforts to support a more integrated approach to generate health insights.

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