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Learn more about WIRED Health 2018 and how you can tap into the fascinating trends revolutionizing this industry. Taking place this March at the Francis Crick Institute in London, UK.

Our annual healthcare conference brings together the leading technologists, entrepreneurs, and innovators shaping the health industry today.

Join hundreds of healthcare, pharmaceutical, researchers, technologists and influencers at the fifth annual WIRED Health conference taking place on March 13, 2018, at the Francis Crick Institute in London. The main conference will be followed by a special morning workshop on March 14, 2018, hosted by the Bupa Customer Lab.

Each year, the editorial team at WIRED curates a speaker faculty comprised of thought-provoking (and some regulation-changing) disruptors, scientists, practitioners, and technologists.

View the 2018 Speaker Faculty.

WIRED Health covers core topics and themes from immunology to neuroscience and aging to the use of AI in health, with a focus on fascinating innovations that are rapidly changing medicine and patient care. The event is designed for business professionals in the health sector, academia and clinicians who are looking for the tools, inspiration and the relevant networking opportunities required to tackle stagnant business models, heavy legacy systems and a lack of innovation.

Join us on March 13, 2018, for the main conference, with sessions on both the Keynote Stage and the EY WIRED Health Access Stage, which features the annual Startup Showcase.

The startup workshop with the Bupa Customer Lab is designed for startups and scaleups who are new to accelerator programmes, or who have been disappointed with what they’ve achieved in previous accelerators, or want some advice about how to do things differently – effectively and efficiently. Taking place on March 14, 2018, from 10 AM – 11:30 AM, there will only be 60 seats available for the session, which covers a quick introduction, an inside view on accelerators from startups that have already been through the process, and a panel discussion.