SciLifeLab Linköping will broadcast the NOBEL SYMPOSIA 175 Precision Medicine Transforms Healthcare: A New Trajectory for Research and Innovation, which brings together experts with the potential to win the Nobel Prize. The program covers a wide range of life science research and clinical implementation, including oncology, infection, neurological, metabolic, and cardiovascular diseases.
We will broadcast live in Karl-Johan in the O-house, Linköping University Hospital/Campus US
Our hope is that the various sessions will bring together researchers and clinicians who are interested in the same field, with the opportunity for meeting and discussions. The symposia on site in Stockholm is since long full and with the wide variety of lectures, it may not fit in the workdays of all researchers and clinicians to go there. Here, the hall will be open so you can come and go when it suits you, and you can pick out the lectures that interest you the most.
Coffee is served on site. No notification necessary. Welcome!
Where: Karl-Johan, O-huset fl 10
When: September 20-22
President of KI, Minister for Health Care and SciLifeLab director
13:30-15:10 Precision Diagnostics in Rare Diseases
Pediatric epilepsy, Neuromuscular diseases, Cystic Fibrosis
15:40-17:20 Precision Hematology
17:40-18:30 Precision medicine in action – best practice examples
8:30-11:30 Precision Oncology
Breast cancer, trials, drug repurposing, patient advocacy
12:30-14:10 Precision Medicine in Complex Disease
Cardiometabolic disease, Psychiatric disorders, Osteoarthritis
14:10-15:50 Precision Medicine Beyond Genomics
Multi-omics, proteomics and drug profiling
16:20-17:10 Precision medicine in action – best practice examples
8:00-9:10 Precision medicine in clinical microbiology
Microbiome, Infectious Disease
9:10-11:20 Innovative informatics solutions/data sharing
Cancer and bioinformatics
11:20-13:00 International Perspectives on Precision Medicine; Norway, Finland and England