Hanson wade have taken the decision to cancel this meeting.
Please do accept our apologies for any inconvenience or disappointment this will cause.

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What is a Digital Consortium?

A series of virtual working groups that come together to harness the collective power of the industry’s “brain trust”.

We all know drug development rarely happens in isolation there is a need for a multitude of stakeholders to carry their weight and ensure the successful discovery, translation, and commercialization of therapeutics from bench to bedside.

Working with leaders in the industry we have developed a series of working groups that bring together the best and brightest minds within the development of cell therapies for diabetes to bring you the opportunity to share invaluable insights, leverage the collective experiences of years of expertise and network and collaborate with the movers and shakers; all with the ultimate aim of accelerating the clinical to commercial development of cell therapies for diabetes.

At a time when we are more isolated than ever, these working groups will break down barriers and provide the opportunity for frank and open discussion to ensure the continued progress and development of cell therapies for diabetes.

"Excellent conference with great opportunities to get to know people within the field and form new networks. This meeting bridges the gap between
academia and industry"

Previous Hanson Wade Conference Attendee

Live Q&As with Speakers

Ask your burning questions directly to our expert speakers in real-time, just as you would at a physical conference

Audience Discussions

Join smaller, informal group chats or video calls designed to spark crucial conversations around key challenges for the industry

2+ Hours of Networking

Facilitated and informal networking breaks will allow you to connect 1-2-1 with other attendees and kick start critical discussions

Content Available Post-Event

On conclusion of the event, presentations will be made available to attendees where possible