Date(s) - 23/10/2020
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The CSG, partner of the neuroATLANTIC consortium, conducts a first workshop on the 23rd of October 2019 in the city of A Coruña, to present the project within its annual international Forum RIES where regional, national and international representatives of regulators, suppliers and users of the healthcare and social care sectors meet.
Pablo Aguiar from FIDIS presented the project which aims to bring together the remarkable scientific and technological capacities found within the Atlantic Area in the field of the neurological diseases (e.g. Alzheimer’s Disease, stroke, etc.), and is envisaged to act on the clinical, preclinical and capitalization aspects accelerating the uptake of new innovations that will revolutionize the way in which neurological diseases are handled within the area.
neuroATLANTIC project will focus on setting up a transnational platform to develop novel theragnostics agents for the treatment and early diagnosis of these devastating and prevalent diseases.
Forum RIES is the international reference forum at a regional and national level to address the challenges and opportunities of the health ecosystem. Led by the CSG (Cluster Saúde de Galicia). It is created as a meeting point between the main agents public and private stakeholders of the health and social care sectors at regional, national and international level. It is held annually in collaboration with CSG collaborators, the ECHAlliance health ecosystem network (ECHAlliance).
So far, four editions of Forum RIES have been presented, being the topic of the last one the “Silver Economy: for active and healthy aging” where the focus is set on the challenge of population aging from the perspective of opportunities for research, innovation, job creation, revitalization of the economy and improvement of services for the elderly.
This event offered an unbeatable framework for the confluence of attendees from various fields: companies, administration, associations, foundations and users, among others. It counted with more than 300 visitors, 16 international speakers and 6 new strategic alliances.