Oxford Regulatory Science Conference
We were proud to present the 2nd annual Oxford Regulatory Science Conference (ORSC21) at the University of Oxford. A massive thank you to all our speakers.
The event focused on discoveries in the field of regulatory data science, covering ideas and insights from leading researchers and professionals in the field of medical products.
The ORSC organisation is looking forward to the conference in 2022
The annual Oxford Regulatory Science Conference (ORSC21) aims to be a prominent conference in the field of regulatory science by focusing on interdisciplinary approaches and promoting the use of quantitative/data-driven methods, to present cutting-edge research and overviews to further advance this discipline within the medical device industry.
This conference could be of interest to researchers and professionals working in the field of engineering, law, medicine and social sciences. The conference is inclusive and interdisciplinary and would like to cater to the broader community on the topic of regulatory data science.
We are delighted to confirm our keynote speakers:
Professor I. Glenn Cohen- Deputy Dean and James A. Attwood and Leslie Williams Professor of Law,
Harvard Law School
Faculty Director, Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology & Bioethics
Title: Artificial intelligence and machine learning in health care: Legal and Ethical Issues
Professor Sir Gordon Duff, Principal of St Hilda’s College, Oxford, Board member of the Medical Sciences Division of University of Oxford, Honorary Fellow of St Peter's College, Oxford, and Chair of the Academic Health Science Centre of Trinity College Dublin.
Title: What’s the Point of Regulation?”
Professor Alex Frangi, University of Leeds, UK
Michael Kipping, Innovate UK
Robert Turpin, BSI group, UK
A selection of paper submissions:
Evaluating the presence of software-as-a-medical-device in the Australian Therapeutic Goods Register.
Aaron Ceross, University of Oxford, UK
Medical Device Regulation from a health service provider’s perspective.
David Stell, NHS, UK
Quality System in Digital and distributed Healthcare platforms: Advances and Challenges.
Fawad Jamshed, University of Oxford, UK
Chaired by Professor Jeroen Bergmann
Prof Jeroen Bergmann served as the 2021 Chair for the Oxford Regulatory Science Conference. This was Jeroen's second year serving as Chair of this Conference, which covered ideas and insights from leading researchers and professionals in the field of medical devices.
Prof Jeroen Bergmann is Associate Professor at the Department of Engineering Science, Senior Research Fellow in Engineering & Entrepreneurship at the University of Oxford, the Group Leader of the Natural Interaction Lab, Official Fellow at Reuben College, Director of the Oxford HealthTech Labs and visiting professor at RISE, Sweden.
Please contact us directly by e-mail if you would like to be involved in ORSC22.