June 30

Hertzelia, IL

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Day 1: Saturday, June 29th, 2013 – Hertzelia- VIP Reception (by invitation only)

08:00pm Reception Honoring Kim Popovits, Genomic Health by invitation only  

Day 2: Sunday, June 30th, 2013 – Daniel Hotel, Hertzelia

Day 2
Main track 1 (location: Venus/Aphrodite Room)
Parallel track 2 (location:Poseidon Room)
07:45am Registration, Exhibition & Continental Breakfast What’s Track 2?
08:15am Welcome / Master of Ceremonies Tal Behar, PMWC Intl / Iris Grossman, Teva From Inception to Acquisition in 12 months: The Moleculo Story Mickey Kertesz, Moleculo (acquired by Illumina)
08:25am Opening Remarks Neil de Crescenzo, Oracle Health Sciences
  Session 1: Translating Discoveries into Clinical Biomarkers Session 1: Company Competition
08:30am Delivering High-Value Precision Medicine in Cancer Kim Popovits, Genomic Health
8:30am BioCEP, Diagnostics
8:40am BioGaming, Therapeutics
8:50am Cell Cure, Therapeutics
9:00am EarlySense, Healthtech
9:10am ElMindA, Diagnostics & Therapeutics
9:20am Enlivex Therapeutics Ltd, Therapeutics
9:30am Genefron, Diagnostics
9:40am Improdia, Diagnostics
9:50am Kyma Medical Technologies, Healthtech
08:45am Personalized Medicine and Pharmacogenomics (PMP) – Personalizing Drug R&D Approaches Iris Grossman, Teva
09:00am An Innovative Resource for Clinical Cancer Biomarker Development Tony Magliocco, Moffitt Cancer Center
09:15am Biomarkers for Treatment of Lung Cancer: What’s Next? Alexandre Passioukov, Roche (pRED)
09:30am Circulating Tumor Cells in Lung Cancer and Breast Cancer Ruth Katz, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
9:45am Precision Medicine Today A practical Example of Prostate Cancer Peter R. Carroll, UCSF
10:00am Break: Exhibition and networking Break: Exhibition and networking
  Session 2: Commercialization of Diagnostics Company Competition - Cont.
10:30am Development and Clinical Impact of an NGS-based Cancer Gene Test Roman Yelensky, Foundation Medicine
10:30am Marx Biotechnology, Therapeutics & Diagnostics
10:40am MediSafe, Healthtech
10:50am Oxitone, Healthtech
11:00am Ask Medic, Healthtech
11:05am BioGenCell, Therapeutics
11:10am MedPal, Healthtech
11:15am Nucleix, Diagnostics
11:20am SenseWiser, Diagnostics & Healthtech
11:25am Innovo Mimetics,
10:45am Structuring a Successful CDx Collaboration Niko Drivas, Abbott Molecular
11:00am The Evolving Impact of Molecular Genetic Analysis in Personalized Medicine Paul Billings, Life Tech
11:15am Rx-Dx value based strategic partnership business models Ronen Tamir, GE Healthcare
11:30am From Strategy to Planning: Embedding PM in the Pharma Industry Amir Handzel, Astellas Pharma
11:45am Companion Diagnostics from Clinical Trial to Commecialization Patrice Hugo, LabCorp
Session 2: Advances in Diagnostics & Therapeutics
An Innovative Clinical Trial to Study the Concept of PM in Oncology Amir Onn, Sheba Medical Center
12:00pm Non Invasive Prenatal DNA Testing: The First Blockbuster Market of Genomics Vance Vanier, Verinata Health (acquired by Illumina)
12:15pm Buffet lunch
Exhibition, networking
Buffet lunch
Exhibition, networking
  Session 3: Healthtech Innovation Advancing PM Session 2: Advances in Diagnostics & Therapeutics - Cont.
01:00pm Applying Big Data Approaches to Personalized Medicine Neil de Crescenzo, Oracle Health Sciences Biospecimen Quality: From Biobanking to Personalized Medicine Lars Mecklenburg, Indivumed
01:15pm How Big Data is Enabling the Promise of Personalized Medicine Ketan Patel, Oracle Health Sciences Advancing PARP Inhibitor Therapy in Ovarian Cancer Lindsey Rolfe, Clovis Oncology
01:30pm The Advent of Genomic Medicine through EMR & Biobanking David Pearce, Sanford Health Mouse Avatars In Personalized Cancer Therapy David Sidransky, Champions Oncology
01:45pm Clinical Genomics & Personalized Medicine Efforts: A Storage Perspective Sanjay Joshi, EMC Isilon Biospecimen Collection & Stabilization: optimizing pre-analytical variables Chaim Birnboim, DNA Genotek
02:00pm Wireless Health- A Life Story Jack Young, Qualcomm Life Fund Autologous Insulin Producing (AIP) Cells as a Regenerative Personalized Medicine Jacob BenArie, Orgenesis
02:15pm When Medicine Collides with Electronics....the next phase of Personal Medicine Peter Fitzgerald, Stanford University School of Medicine PLX Technology Platform, Mass Production Powered Yaky Yanay, Pluristem Therapeutics
  Session 4: State of Regulation and Reimbursement Session 3: Targeting Discovery
02:30pm U.S. Health Policy for Coding, Coverage and Payment of Molecular Diagnostic Tests Marc Samuels, HillCo HEALTH Using DNA Repair-based Biomarkers for Lung Cancer Prevention & Detection Zvi Livneh, Weizmann Institute
02:45pm Personalized Medicine: How to price it ? How to assess it ? Can Public Health System afford it ? Nicky Lieberman, Clalit Health Services MicroRNAs: Biomarkers and Regulators of Schizophrenia Noam Shomron, Tel Aviv University
03:00pm Break: Exhibition and networking Break: Exhibition and networking
  Session 5: The Patient Session 4: Digital Regulation & Wellness
03:30pm The Person in Personalized Medicine Patrick Terry, Grey Group Ventures Introduction to Federal Regulation of Mobile Health Technology Joseph Bach, Nixon Peabody
03:45pm Power to the People: Individuals Move Personalized Medicine Sharon Terry, Genetic Alliance Data Driven Wellness: From Self Tracking to Behavior Change Takashi Kido, Research Manager, Riken Genesis
04:00pm Addressing Patients’ Questions through Personalized Diagnostics in Oncology Sushma Selvarajan, Roche Molecular Systems, Inc. Best Practice Ecosystem Intelligence for Partnership Assessment Roadmap in Personalized Medicine Alexandra Eberhard, d&a
  Session 6: PMWC 2013 Israel Most Promising Company Competition
04:15pm 2010 Winner Update And Voting
04:18pm TOP 3 presentations to audience and judging panel: Jack Young, Qualcomm Life Fund, Paul Billings, Life Tech, Anat Naschitz, OrbiMed, Max Kahn, Merck Global Health Innovation Fund
04:55pm 2013 Winner Announcement
05:00pm Closing Of Day 2

Day 3: Monday, July 1st , 2013 - Tour of Jerusalem (for Int. delegation only)

Day 3
  Restricted to delegation members from abroad
08:00am Meeting at the lobby of Daniel Hotel driving to Jerusalem
09:30am Panoramic View Mt. of Olives
10:15am Tour the Old City including the following: Site of the Last Supper, Kind David's Tomb, Jewish Quarter, Wailing Wall, Via Dolorosa and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
02:00pm Lunch at Zuni Restaurant
03:30pm Visit local market (Shuk Mahane Yehuda)
05:00pm Return to the hotel by bus
06:15pm Back at the Daniel hotel