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Data-Driven Precision Medicine and Diagnostics Research Area Symposium
December 12 @ 10:00 – 18:30 UTC
Welcome to the first in-person symposium in data-driven precision medicine and diagnostics (PMD) research area. Listen to the Data Driven Life Science (DDLS) fellows recruited in this research area and expand your network with international and national colleagues.
The data-driven precision medicine and diagnostics symposium on December 12, 2022, is the first in-person symposium in the research area of precision medicine and diagnostics of the DDLS program. This meeting brings together the community in precision medicine and diagnostics and researchers who implemented artificial intelligence and machine learning applications in their research in PMD to improve human health and diagnostics, introduces newly appointed DDLS fellows in the PMD research area, and provides opportunities for networking across the research community and the SciLifeLab infrastructures. We are excited to host three international keynote speakers and welcome the community to join us. Hopefully, this event will inspire you on the potentials of data-driven precision medicine and diagnostics in Sweden.
Target group: We welcome all researchers interested in the DDLS program and data-driven precision medicine and diagnostics.
Venue: Sune Bergström Aula, BioClinicum, New Karolinska University Hospital, Solnavägen 30, Stockholm
Organizer: SciLifeLab, host of SciLifeLab & Wallenberg National Program for Data-Driven Life Science.
Deadline for registration extended to December 12th 9 am (earlier 2nd of December).
|Time||Session/Title of the presentation||Presenter|
|10:15||Welcome and Introduction to Precision Medicine and Diagnostics Research Area||Janne Lehtiö|
|10:30||Scientific presentations – Precision Medicine|
|Chair: Fulya Taylan|
|Opening Keynote: FinnGen: a public-private partnership improving human health through genetic research||Mervi Aavikko|
|Genomic Medicine Sweden: Lessons learned and future possibilities within the Swedish health data space||Per Sikora|
|Implementation of an academic clinical decision support system for precision oncology: |
the Molecular Tumor Board Portal
|12:45||Scientific presentations – Imaging and AI for Precision Medicine|
|Chair: Magnus Boman|
|AIDA – supporting AI research in diagnostic imaging||Claes Lundström|
|AI-based precision pathology – scalable solutions for cancer patient stratification and phenotyping||Mattias Rantalainen|
|Deep learning for PET image analysis||Ida Häggström|
|13:40||Scientific presentations – Digital Twins in Healthcare|
|Chair: Päivi Östling|
|Building an ecosystem for digital twins in healthcare||Liesbet Geris|
|M4-health and digital twins: bring a digital copy of yourself with you throughout your health journey||Gunnar Cedersund|
|Towards precision prevention of rheumatoid arthritis; novel tools and novel results||Lars Klareskog|
|15:00||SciLifeLab and DDLS Precision Medicine and Diagnostics|
|Chair: Janne Lehtiö|
|Introduction to SciLifeLab and DDLS Program||Olli Kallioniemi|
|SciLifeLab’s Data Center and Precision Medicine & Diagnostics Data Science Node||Johan Rung|
|Bioinformatics support for Precision Medicine and Diagnostics||Pär Engström|
|Q&A session||Janne Lehtiö|
|Chair: Åsa Johansson|
|Deep lipidomics profiling provides potential biomarkers for precision nutrition approaches in cardiometabolic disease prevention||Clemens Wittenbecher|
|Integrative multi-omics for precision medicine||Wen Zhong|
|Harnessing the promise of next-generation plasma profiling for pan-cancer diagnostics||Fredrik Edfors|
|Chair: Janne Lehtiö|
|The need to model OMICs and routine (para)clinical data together – CLL as an example (Digital)||Carsten Utoft Niemann|
|17:30 – 18:30||Networking with drinks|