Health & Medical Research & Innovation Delegation to Israel

Health & Medical Research & Innovation Delegation to Israel

Friday 22 March 2019


Monday 27 May to Sunday 2 June 2019


The Australian-Israel Chamber of Commerce as well as leaders from Western Australia’s health and medical organisations invite you to join them to experience first hand how and why the tiny country of Israel has become a global leader in Health and Medical research and innovation. Being led by the Hon. Roger Cook MLA, The Director General, Health Dr David Russell-Weisz and The Chief Scientist of WA, Professor Peter Klinken, this an exciting opportunity for professionals working within the health and medical sectors interested in learning from the innovative start-up nation of Israel.


Meet some of the key players and thought leaders in government policy development, venture capital, technology transfer organisations, hospital administration, start-ups and medical researchers, amongst others.


Join the Hon Roger Cook MLA on an investigation of one of the world’s most dynamic centres of research and innovation in health and medicine. With the backdrop of 3000 years of history, religion and culture in Israel, the modern vibrant Start-Up Nation will provide delegates with a view over the horizon of the technologies that will most impact and disrupt the health and medical sectors in years to come.


The delegation is open to everyone and particularly to professionals working within the health and medical sectors. Partners are most welcome to participate in the Delegation. There is no official partner program as all Delegates are welcomed on an equal basis and encouraged to actively participate in the discussions, meetings, social and cultural events.


Interested to find out more? Further information and an Expression of Interest Form can be found here:

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