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ieso's Chief Science and Strategy Officer Dr Andy Blackwell will sit on the panel at Uppsala Health Summit

15 Oct 2021
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ieso's Chief Science and Strategy Officer Dr Andy Blackwell will be speaking at the upcoming Uppsala Health Summit on Tuesday 19th October. Andy will join the panel to discuss “Innovative Strategies for Closing the Treatment Gap” streaming live, from 14:05 to 15:20pm CET.

You can register to attend Andy’s online session free of charge here. Ahead of the summit, Andy explains:

“In the last 20 years thousands of technology-enabled applications have been developed that attempt to bridge supply-demand ‘access’ gaps in mental healthcare provision. The utility of these applications varies considerably and it could be argued that the proliferation of solutions has itself become part of the problem. I will discuss how a convergence of data availability and novel computational methods may accelerate the development of better targeted and more effective treatments for mood and anxiety disorders and improve the pace of translation from discovery to impact.” 

For more information on the 4-day digital summit and to view the guest plenary speakers. Please visit the Uppsala Health Summit website.

 

 

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