10h – 12h Amazônia Auditorium
HEALTH 4.0: A REVOLUTION ON HEALTH CARE
A new production logic born with the industry 4.0, also known as the fourth industrial revolution, has unleashed an unprecedented digitalization process in companies of all shapes and sizes, including those working in the healthcare field. The area of Digital Health is closely related to the vision of the process of the Revolution 4.0 that we are experiencing. This revolution takes place after three transformative historical processes. The first one marked the rhythm of manual to mechanized production between 1760 and 1830. The second one occurred in the 1850’s, culminating with electricity and allowing mass manufacture. The third revolution was in the mid-20th century, with the arrival of electronics, information technology and telecommunications.
Health 4.0 will largely replicate the principles of Industry 4.0 by incorporating the digitalization of clinical, medical and laboratory data and by implementing a mechanization of many manual processes now used in hospitals and health institutions.
Through mobile devices (smartphones), wearable devices, Health Apps and the Internet of Things (IoT), the social transformation of Digital Health takes another form and speed, which is directly affecting traditional health models.
The objective of this plenary is to present the main concepts of Health 4.0 and the transformations that this new generation of technologies brings to the sector, as well as to present examples of Brazilian initiatives in the field of research and innovation in the area.
Moderator: Roberto José da Silva Badaró (Universidade Federal da Bahia e SENAI-CIMATEC) - BRAZIL
1) Big Data in Health – Use of Big Data for research in Brazil: advances, obstacles and opportunities
Speaker: Maurício Barreto (Centro de Integração de Dados e Conhecimentos para Saúde, Fiocruz) - BRAZIL
2) Internet of Things – Research and Innovation in Medical Devices in Brazil.
Speaker: Carlos Alberto P. Goulart ( Aliança Brasileira da Indústria Inovadora em Saúde e Associação Brasileira da Indústria de Alta Tecnologia de Produtos para Saúde) - BRAZIL
18h – 19h Amazônia Auditorium
ROUTES IN SCIENCE AND TECNOLOGY IN HEALTH
Interview with four Brazilian researchers about their trajectories in science.
Fernanda Maria Policarpo Tonelli (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais) - BRAZIL
Vanessa Van der Linden (Universidade Federal de Pernambuco) - BRAZIL
Maria de Lourdes Sousa Maia (Instituto de Tecnologia em Imunobiológicos, Fiocruz) - BRAZIL
Lygia da Veiga Pereira (Universidade de São Paulo) - BRAZIL
THE HUMAN BRAIN - PROSPECTS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH AND HEALTH INNOVATIONS
The Human Brain Project (HBP) and the Instituto BRAINN (Brazilian Neuroscience and Neurotechnology) are developing ambitious and promising studies in neuroscience. While the first one aims to simulate a functional human brain using supercomputers, the Instituto BRAINN is the Brazilian center of cutting-edge research on brain health, which has among its studies the research on epilepsy and on Cerebral Vascular Accident (AVC). This plenary aims to present the contribution of these two projects to the understanding of the human brain and to the treatment of neurological diseases.
Moderator: Jorge Moll (Instituto D’OR) - BRAZIL
1) Advances in Neurosciences of Instituto BRAINN – Brazilian Neuroscience and Neurotechnology
Speaker: Fernando Cendes (Universidade Estadual de Campinas) – BRAZIL
2) Human Brain Project: Are we recreating a Human Brain in a computer?
Speaker: Richard Frackowiak (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) – UNITED KINGDOM
STRATEGIES AND CHALLENGES ON RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION
Innovation policies are important factors for the generation and diffusion of new technologies. In the Global Innovation Index, the top five countries in the ranking are Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, the United States and the United Kingdom. Chile stands out among the Latin American countries as the best placed, ahead of Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama, Colombia, Uruguay and Brazil, which occupies the 69th position. The objective of this plenary is to present the "Startup-Chile" Program, one of the innovative actions adopted by the Chilean government, and to promote the discussion about the strategies of incentive to innovation currently adopted in Brazil and the future prospects for the country.
Innovation Strategies: The Experience of “Startup-Chile” Program
Speaker: Yessenia Arlyn Carvajal Guerra (Programa Startup-Chile) - CHILE
Discussing RD&I in Brazil: future strategies
Moderator: Edimilson Ramos Migowski de Carvalho (President of Instituto Vital Brasil) – BRAZIL
Marco Fireman (Secretary of Innovation and New Business of Ministry of Industry, Foreign Trade and Services) - BRAZIL
Marcos Vinícius de Souza (Secretário de Inovação e Novos Negócios do Ministério da Indústria, Comércio Exterior e Serviços) - BRAZIL
Rafael Mônaco (Confederação Nacional da Indústria) - BRAZIL
Hiran Manuel Gonçalves (Congressman - President of Comissão de Seguridade Social e Família) - BRAZIL