By Letícia Meira – Ascom/LAIS

Seeking to address steps that start from the Unified Health System (SUS) to the development of technologies for patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), the panel “Science for ALS”, mediated by researchers Danilo Nagem and Daniele Montenegro, from the Laboratory of Technological Innovation in Health (LAIS), will gather scientists and experts on the subject during the 3rd edition of the International Conference on Innovation in Health, which takes place between April 4 and 7 at the Holiday Inn Hotel, in Natal.

The panel will discuss what SUS can do for the sick person, the importance of the products that are being developed at LAIS, the issue of genetic studies and artificial intelligence applied to the disease.

For the researcher, this theme is very important due to the fact that the disease is neglected. “Bringing this to this opportunity to bring together several thinking heads in one place to talk about the same subject, each with their different vision, can obviously arise new technologies, actions and achievements that result in something good and innovative for the ALS patient,” says Danilo. In addition, the event is expected to bring together students from various universities to learn about the development of technologies that make up the health system, how they work and what can be done, such as protocols and laws to help people with the disease.

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