Upcoming event: 2nd Conference of the European Association of Systems Medicine – 7-9 November 2018 – Utrecht, NL

The European Association of Systems Medicine (EASyM) is organising the second International Conference on Systems Medicine entitled “Big Data: transition to practice”, which will give delegates a flavour of cutting edge research and translation of it to the clinics within the field. The conference is designed to initiate and promote interactions between researchers and clinicians who are interested in applying systems level approaches to address medical problems.

The conference will take place from 7 to 9 November 2018 in Utrecht, the Netherlands which is famous for its medieval old town (the iconic Domtoren), canals, Christian monuments and a venerable university. The meeting location will be the Muntgebouw (‘Mint Building’).

An application will be made to the EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event.

More information can found here.

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MEL-PLEX network invited to talk at first EASyM meeting

The MEL-PLEX Network Coordinator Prof Markus Rehm was invited to talk about the programme at the first meeting of the European Association of Systems Medicine (EASyM).

The European Association of System Medicine (EASyM) is the implementation of Systems Medicine in European clinical research and healthcare. EASyM has been initiated by the European  FP7-funded Coordinating Action Systems Medicine (CASyM).  EASyM is a charitable association open to everyone with an interest in personalised medicine and systems medicine. 

EASyM was founded on 30th September 2015 in Brussels by 27 medical doctors, researchers and health care stakeholders from 12 different countries.

The meeting will take place in Berlin on October 26th-28th, 2016. More information can be found here.

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MEL-PLEX ITN presentation during EU Presidency conference

The “Future of the Doctorate” conference organised by the European Commission in Riga during the EU Presidency in Latvia has attracted scientists and policy makers from Europe and abroad. The MEL-PLEX ITN, represented by Prof Thomas Sauter (Chair of the Training Committee) and Dr Isabela Aparicio (Programme Manager) was invited to contribute with a talk about the challenges and opportunities during the implementation of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions training networks. Prof Sauter delivered a talk emphasizing our implementation strategies and challenges we are overcoming.

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