21 Mar. 2012 posted by EuroBioForum
We are glad to announce that the programme of our annual meeting on Personalised Medicine is now complete.
The objective of EuroBioForum 2012 is to provide insight in current national and regional policies, funding instrumentation and strategic agendas in Personalised Medicine. Participants are able to meet other players in the field of Personalised Medicine and learn from each other’s experiences and set up new networks for cooperation.
Presentations by leading experts will offer a snapshot of current national and regional policy developments and funding instrumentation for research and innovation in Personalised Medicine. The programme of EuroBioForum 2012 is divided into sessions on European, National and Regional Perspectives and a Key-note presentation by Jan-Eric Litton Professor at Department for Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet. The sessions feature among others:
Director Directorate Health, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission
Perspectives from Europe
Co-director The Netherlands Organisation of Health Research and Development Perspectives from the Netherlands
Director General of Agency of Regional Health Services
Perspectives from the Piemonte region
Rafael de Andrés Medina
Scientific Manager at Instituto de Salud Carlos III
Perspectives from Spain
Both the sessions on National and Regional Perspectives will be closed by a panel discussion. During the discussions there is ample time to elaborate on specific topics.
Check out the programme overview.
The annual meetings are intended especially for representatives of national governments, regional goverments, bioclusters, regional development agencies, funding agencies, national research councils, learned societies, industrial federations and patient forums.
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