The second International Conference on Systems Medicine entitled “Big Data: transition to practice”, will take place in Utrecht from 7 to 11 of Nov 2018. The event will give delegates a flavour of cutting edge research and translation to the clinics. The conference is designed to initiate and promote interactions between researchers and clinicians who are interested in applying systems level approaches to address medical problems.
Prof Dr Florent Ginhoux (Speaker in Session IV – Systems Medicine: From the beginning to the end) led the research about how brain cells of foetal mouse can be influenced by their mother’s gut microbiome while still in the womb, as described in this article: click here
Prof Dr Åsa Wheelock (Speaker in Session VII – From patient stratification to novel disease classification (taxonomy) Some recent examples) was interviewed in an article about female smokers suffering more from lung diseases than male smokers:
English Google translate link: click here
On 6 and 7 November, the COST action (CA 15120) “Open Multiscale Systems Medicine” will organize a workshop on systems medicine, encompassing talks on disease networks, cellular crosstalk, systematic drug testing, modelling of disease progression, novel patient-specific diagnostics and several other contributions describing new interdisciplinary approaches towards precision medicine. The workshop will take place in the EASyM Conference venue ‘Muntgebouw’ in Utrecht. Separate registration is required.
An application has been made to the EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event.
Publication of Abstracts
Abstracts will be published in the journal of Systems Medicine.
For the link to the journal: click here
Full details can be found on the conference website