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Eatris and Eatris stakeholder meeting 2023

06/10/2023 14:00 to 18:00

👉 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:

  1. Eatris and the translational medicine in Luxembourg
  2. Current national projects in translation medicine
  3. Round table between the key actors

👉 Where? CHL auditorium, Rue Ernest Barblé 4, L-1210 Luxembourg

Program of the conference & speakers

TimeTopicSpeaker (time)
Session 1 – Eatris and the translational medicine in Luxembourg – 1h25
14h10IntroductionFrank Glod (10’)
14h20Eatris European Infrastructure: Missions and visionsToni Andreu (15’)
14h35Luxembourg as the test-bed for translational medicineRejko Krüger (15’)
14h50LIH Translational medicine structure: TMOH and LCTRHerman Thien & Myriam Alexandre & Jérôme Graas (20’)
15h10Advancing Biomedical Research in Luxembourg: LCSB Platform Services – from omics to preclinical modelsJan Rozman (15’)
Session 2 – Current projects in translational medicine – 1h05
15h25Clinnova – Unlocking the potential of data science and A.I. in healthcareJasmin Schulz (15’)
15h40Clinnova Data integration Center:  Making translation medicine possibleMaximilian Fünfgeld (15’)
15h55Digital biomarkers and ColiveKevser Fünfgeld (15’)
16h10HOSD: Employing Human Movement, Mobility and Activity as a Health DomainBernd Grimm (20’)
16h30 – Break – 30’
Session 3 – Roundtable between the national stakeholders – 1h
17hIntroductionFrank Glod (10’)
17h10Bridging the Gap: Clinic and ResearchDr José Batista da Costa (HRS), Dr Marianne Becker (CHL), Dr Guy Berchem (CHL), Prof. Simone Niclou (Uni), Dr José Pereira (Rehazenter), Hermann Thien (TMOH


CHL auditorium
4, rue Nicolas Ernest Barblé,
L-1210 Luxembourg



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