Dubai Science Park returns to the prominent healthcare conference from 30 January to 2 February 2023
The business district and member of TECOM Group PJSC will scrutinise the region’s flourishing biopharmaceutical and medical technology future over insightful panel discussions and brand activation
Taking place at the Dubai Science Park in the Pavilion Hall at stand P.B10, industry-leading brands and thinkers will tackle emerging trends in the industry.
Marwan Abdulaziz Janahi, senior vice president of Dubai Science Park, part of TECOM Group, said, “Healthcare will drive the next decade of regional growth. Increasing demand and the accelerated pace of innovation define the industry’s future, and the needs of both can only be met through constant collaboration and knowledge sharing. Dubai Science Park aims to put Dubai and the region at the forefront of healthcare innovation and excellence, especially as we work to achieve the leadership’s We the UAE 2031 strategy. We’re making great strides in our vision thanks to the devotion and brilliance of our vast science community. By participating in Arab Health, we hope to bridge the knowledge and solutions in our district to regional stakeholders and decision-makers to ensure quality healthcare is available to everyone, everywhere.”
Investigating healthcare innovation
Advance Health is one of Dubai Science Park’s most successful panels series that sees esteemed industry specialists and leaders address pertinent topics in the world of healthcare. The district is bringing its spirit of discourse to their stand in Arab Health with two exclusive Advance Health sessions on two of 2023’s top industry trends: Wearables and Artificial Intelligence.
On 31 January at 12pm, visitors can learn about the wearable technology revolution, a market which Mordor Intelligence predicts will cross US$74bn by 2026. Experts from Meta[Bolic], Browne Jacobson, and ProvenMed will explore its opportunities and challenges and how brands are sophisticating the technology.
On 1 February at 12pm, visitors can get a slice of how the face of modern surgery is set to change. From the increasing impact of artificial intelligence to new directions, medical and industry experts will discuss how innovation is impacting procedures, results, and recovery.
Spotlighting market-leading brands
Home to more than 5,800 professionals and more than 450 customers, Dubai Science Park has curated six customers to showcase innovative products and solutions at its stand. There will be the opportunity to meet representatives from different Medical Device and Pharmaceutical brands each day:
• Cooper Bioscience - A subsidiary of Cooper Pharma, a leading pharmaceutical company based in Morocco.
30 - 31 January:
• Chemistry & Health - Inaugurated in the UAE in 2021, the company aims to mitigate risks for suppliers and ensure efficient supply chain management in the pharmaceutical industry.
• Erba Diagnostics - An emerging player in the Global IVD market offering innovative solutions for laboratory diagnostics.
Dubai Science Park will actively participate in Arab Health's Transformation Talks Programme on 1 February at 12pm, featuring a session led by Janahi, titled ‘The Future of UAE's Healthcare: Digital, Data-Driven, and Value-Based.’