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U.S.-China Policy for Science, Technology, and Innovation

 

19 September 2011

 

Keck 100

U.S. National Academy of Sciences

500 5th St, NW

Washington, DC

 

 

9:00 AM          Welcome

                        Charles Wessner, National Academy Scholar and Director of Technology,

Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, The National Academies*

                       

9:10 AM          Opening Remarks

            Alan Wm. Wolff, Dewey & LeBoeuf, and Chair, U.S. National Academies Study

of Comparative National Innovation Policies*

                        Hu Zucai, Deputy Secretary General, National Development and Reform

Commission*

 

9:30 AM          Panel I:  Major Drivers of Successful Innovations

Moderator: Charles Wessner, National Academy Scholar and Director of Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, The National Academies*

 

Scientific Cooperation to Address Global Challenges

E. William Colglazier, Science Advisor to the Secretary of State*

 

                        China’s 12th 5-Year Plan and Innovations in Social Development

Deng Wenkui, Director General, State Council Research Office*

 

10:30 AM        Coffee Break

 

10:45 AM        Panel II: ICT and National Development

Moderator: Carl Dahlman, Professor of International Relations and Information Technology, Georgetown University and Member, U.S. National Academies Committee on Comparative National Innovation Policies*

 

The Development of China’s Next Generation ICT Industries

Xu Jianping, Deputy Director General, NDRC High-Tech Department*

 

ICT Initiatives in the U.S.

Paul de Sa, Chief, Office of Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis, FCC*

 

Telecommunications Infrastructure and Economic Prosperity: A Global

Survey

TBD, Cisco (P)

 

12:00 PM        Lunch in the Atrium

 

2:00 PM          Panel III:  Healthcare for the Next 20 Years:  The Role of Technology

            Moderator: Gail Cassell, Vice President for Scientific Affairs, Eli Lilly, ret. and Member, U.S. National Academies Committee on Comparative National Innovation Policies*

 

The Regulatory Challenge for Medical Treatments

Vicki Seyfert-Margolis, Senior Advisor for Science, U.S. Food and Drug Administration*

 

Key Objectives in China’s Healthcare Reform

            He Wei, Director General, Ministry of Health, Department of Science, Technology, and Education*

 

Combating Cancer: The Innovation and Cooperation Imperatives

            Anna Barker, Deputy Director, U.S. National Cancer Institute, ret.*

 

3:30 PM          Coffee Break

 

4:00 PM          Policy Roundtable: Lessons Learned and Next Steps

                        Moderator:  Charles Wessner, National Academy Scholar and Director of

Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, The National Academies*

 

                        Li Guoqiang, Director General, State Council Central Finance and Economics

Office, Macroeconomics Department*

 

Jonathan Margolis, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Science, Space, and Health,

U.S. Department of State*

           

4:45 PM          Closing Remarks

            Alan Wm. Wolff, Dewey & LeBoeuf, LLP, and Chair, National Academies Study

of Comparative National Innovation Policies*

 

5:00 PM          Adjourn to Reception