Celtic Alliance for Nanohealth Venture Forum


Dr Sabarna Mukhopadhyay, CEO gave a presentation on Smart Cost Effective Solutions for Improved Health Monitoring at Liberty Stadium, SwanseaAn exciting one-day venture forum brought together businesses, investors and academics. The event was delivered by the four CAN project partners; Swansea University, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin City University and University College Dublin and in partnership with the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship.80 delegates took full advantage of a packed agenda at Swansea’s Liberty Stadium and the day included inspiring and informative presentations from keynote speakers; Professor Andy Barron from Rice University, Texas, Dr Trevor Howe from Janssen Research & Development (part of Johnson & Johnson) and Mr Ifan Evans, Deputy Director, Life Sciences, Welsh Government.

Life in ILS – a Client Organisation perspective

Dr Sabarna Mukhopadhyay, CEO talked about her business and how it operates within Institute of Life Science 2, Swansea University. SymlConnect specialises in providing standards based solutions using emerging technologies, focusing on healthcare informatics and mobile technologies. It offers remote monitoring via integration of existing systems providing secure and confidential data sharing in various platforms as well as customised alerts, analysis, visualisation, audits and reports.