The 2022 edition of EFFERVESCENCE was marked by frank and enriching discussions between the 580 scientists, entrepreneurs, students, investors, and professionals present. This edition was a great opportunity to meet in person and showcase innovations in the life sciences and health technologies sector!
The 3rd edition of EFFERVESCENCE took place at the Bonsecours Market in Montreal from May 10 to 12, 2022.
A REAL OPPORTUNITY FOR COOPERATION AND DIVERSIFICATION WITHIN THE SECTOR.
Activities and conferences propelling innovative initiatives of the sector, as well as collaborations between private and public fields within LSTH.
hours of networking
DISCOVER THE 2022 PROGRAM
- “History in the making: what role will life sciences play in the future of public health?”, organized by Montréal InVivo and presented by Roche.
- “AI combined with a one-health approach to fight antibiotic resistance” co-organized by IVADO and CQDM, and presented by Merck.
- “Marine biotechnologies: an ocean of solutions for health”, co-organized by Technopole Maritime du Québec and presented by CRBM, INAF, and Réseau Québec Maritime.
- “Revolutionizing healthcare with the potential of RNA”, co-organized by Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal (IRCM) and Faculté de médecine de l’Université de Montréal, and presented by Génome Québec.
- “Social Innovation: New Approaches to Impact Financing in Deeptech”, co-organized by PME MTL and Technoparc Montréal.
- “Gene therapy: the road to tomorrow’s medicine – The solution goes from research to application », co-organized by Génome Québec and BIOQuébec.
- “Let’s take action for rare diseases: where to start!”, co-organized by the project Committee on rare diseases of Montréal InVivo and presented by Vertex, Pfizer, Takeda, Biogen, and Fonds de solidarité FTQ.
- “Pathways To A Digital Health Future”, co-organized by Life Sciences Ontario, Polytechnique Montréal, and TransMedTech Institute, and presented by Roche.
- “The digital health ecosystem in the Eastern Townships”, co-organized by SAGE-Innovation, and presented by Université de Sherbrooke.
- “The future of drug development and value creation in Canada” co-organized by AdMare BioInnovations.
- “Public policies and their impact on life sciences’ future”, co-organized by Médicaments Novateurs Canada.
- “Working in a neurodiverse team” training, organized and moderated by Solène Métayer.
- “Open innovation and intellectual property, risks and opportunities”, organized by Fasken.
- “Implementing a talent management culture in SMES”, organized by the Équipe Humania and moderated by David Lampron.
- “Equity, Diversity, Inclusion in Life Sciences and Health Technologies” training, organized by IVADO and moderated by Marilou Daudier.
- “Responsible Innovation in Health, Why and How Do We Achieve It?” training, organized by the École de santé publique de l’Université de Montréal and In Fieri.
- “Innovation in Evidence – Tackling the Challenge of Oncology RWE”, hosted by IQVIA and facilitated by Brad Millson.
- “The Living Lab Approach – A Key to Success in Healthcare Innovation”, organized by the Institut TransMedTech de Montréal Institute and facilitated by Marie Pierre Faure.