👉 What? The 2023 Eatris Stakeholder meeting EATRIS (European Infrastructure for Translational Medicine) is a European consortium fostering collaboration between researchers, clinicians, and industry partners to accelerate the translation of scientific discoveries into healthcare applications. It provides state-of-the-art facilities, supports clinical trials, and promotes interdisciplinary innovation across various disease areas in Europe.
👉 Why? The EATRIS stakeholder meeting aims to bring together key players in translational medicine across Luxembourg. This gathering provides a platform for fostering collaboration, sharing expertise, and aligning strategies to advance healthcare research and innovation. It helps ensure that EATRIS continues to play a pivotal role in accelerating the translation of scientific discoveries into tangible benefits for patients and society.
👉 Who? This event is intended for researchers, clinicians, post-docs, and experts in the field of translational medicine, as well as industry partners.
👉 When? Friday 6.10.23 from 2 to 6 pm. The program will be composed of 3 sessions:
Eatris and the translational medicine in Luxembourg
Current national projects in translation medicine
Round table between the key actors
👉 Where? CHL auditorium, Rue Ernest Barblé 4, L-1210 Luxembourg
Program of the conference & speakers
Session 1 – Eatris and the translational medicine in Luxembourg – 1h10
Welcome & Introduction
Frank Glod (10’)
Eatris European Infrastructure: Missions and visions
Anton Ussi & Toni Andreu (20’)
LIH Translational medicine structure: TMOH and LCTR
Herman Thien & Myriam Alexandre & Jérôme Graas (20’)
LCSB Translational medicine platforms
Jan Rozman (20’)
Session 2 – Current projects in translational medicine – 1h20
Clinnova – Unlocking the potential of data science and A.I. in healthcare
Jasmin Schulz (20’)
Data integration and IT infrastructures
Maximilian Fünfgeld (20’)
Philippe Kayser & Kevser Fünfgeld (20’)
HOSD: Employing Human Movement, Mobility and Activity as a Health Domain
Bernd Grimm (20’)
16h30 – Break – 30’
Session 3 – Roundtable between the national stakeholders – 1h
Frank Glod (10’)
Bridging the Gap: Clinic and Research
Hermann Thien (TMOH) Simone Niclou (Uni) Guy Berchem (CHL) Dr José Batista da Costa (HRS) Dr Marianne Becker (CHL)
CHL auditorium 4, rue Nicolas Ernest Barblé, L-1210 Luxembourg
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