PEMED is a unique occasion to acquire up-to-date knowledge in the field of precision medicine and pharmacogenomics, focusing on technologies such as genomics, single cell sequencing, microbiome analysis and transcriptomics as well as bioinformatics and digital innovations.

SCHEDULE OVERVIEW

Day 1 – Wednesday, 19 th February

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8:00am

Registration

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9:00am

Auditorium

Opening Speech:

Prof. Matthias Schwab, Prof. Ann Daly, Prof. Anne-Marie Caminade

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9:05am

Auditorium

Plenary Speeches: Precision medicine

Chair: Prof. Matthias Schwab

 

Pharmacogenomics of Childhood Leukemia: From Discovery to Translation.

By Prof. William Evans and Mary Relling, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USA 

Precision Medicine treatment of Diabetes.

By Prof. Ewan Pearson, University of Dundee, UK

Main Hall

Coffee Break

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10:45am

Auditorium

Plenary Speeches: Precision medicine meets technology and vice versa

Chair: Prof. Ann Daly

Recent advances in combinatorial drug screening and synergy scoring.

By Prof. Giulio Superti-Furga, CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine, Austria

Clinical epigenetics: seizing opportunities for translation.

By Prof. Manel Esteller, University of Barcelona, Spain
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12:00PM

Lunch

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1:30PM

Poster Session

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2:30pm

Auditorium

Plenary Speeches: Pharmacogenomics and Precision Medicine 

Chair: Prof. Anne-Marie Caminade

Implementation of Pharmacogenomics in Clinical Practice 

By Prof. Henk-Jan Guchelaar, University of Leiden, The Netherlands

Pharmacogenomics and Drug-enduced Liver Injury

By Prof. Ann Daly, University Medical School, United Kingdom

Pharmacogenomics and Psychiatric Disorders

By Prof. Elvira Bramon, University College London, UK

NUDT15 polymorphisms alter thiopurine metabolism and hematopoietic toxicity.

By Dr JJ YangSt. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USA
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4:00pm

Coffee Break

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4:30pm

rooms

Short Talks

selected from abstracts

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6:30pm

Bavaria Bowling

Afterwork 1: Bowling Tournament

Day 2 – Thursday, 20 th February

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8:30am

Registration

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9:00am

Auditorium

Plenary Speeches: Oncology

Chair: Prof. Matthias Schwab

Precision Medicine and Breast Cancer

By Prof. Doug Easton, University of Cambridge, UK

Aggressive Lymphomas: The Road to Precision Medicine

By Prof. German Ott, Robert-Bosch-Hospital Stuttgart, Germany
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10:15am

Coffee Break

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10:45am

Auditorium

Plenary Speeches: Innovation in Precision Medicine

Chair: Prof. Doug Easton

Chemokines as tools and targets for personalized cancer immunotherapy.

By Prof. Stefan Endres, University Munich, Clinical Pharmacology, Munich, Germany

Single Cell Sequencing and Precision Medicine

By Prof. Muzlifah Haniffa, Newcastle University, UK
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12:00pm

Lunch

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1:30pm

Main Hall

Poster Session

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2:30pm

Auditorium

Plenary Speeches: Precision Medicine and OMICS

Chair: TBA

 

Mapping human microbiome drug metabolism by gut bacteria and their genes

By Prof. Michael Zimmermann , Embl, Heidelberg
 

Gut Microbiota Dysbiosis in Human Obesity: Impact of Bariatric Surgery.

By Prof. Karine Clement, Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital, Paris, France

Single-cell analyses reveals principles of gene expression in space, time, and during disease.

By Prof. N Rajewsky, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany
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4:00pm

Coffee Break

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4:30pm

Auditorium

Plenary Speeches: Artificial Intelligence and Digital Medicine

Chair: Dr. Thomas Wilckens

Digital Health: Challenges for Research and Future Medicine

By Dr Naveed Ishaque, Digital Health at Berlin Institute of Health (BIH), Berlin, Germany

Deep learning to assist the identification of neoantigens

By Dr. Matthias Wilhelm, Technical University of Munich, Germany
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6:30pm

Wassermann Neuhausen

Afterwork 2: Beer and Pretzels

Day 3 – Friday, 21st February

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8:45am

Registration

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9:00am

Auditorium

Plenary Speeches: ADME and Personalized Therapy

Chair: Prof. Ann Daly

How to Consider Rare Genetic Variants in ADME genes for Personalized Drug Therapy.

By Prof. Volker M Lauschke, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

Genotype-guided fluoropyrimidine dosing: ready for implementation.

By PD Dr. Ursula Amstutz, University Institute of Clinical Chemistry (UKC), Bern, Switzerland
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10:15am

Coffee Break

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10:45am

Rooms

Short Talks

selected from abstracts

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12:00pm

Lunch

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1:30pm

Auditorium

Plenary Speeches: Precision Medicine and translational technologies

Chair: Prof. Klaus Pantel

Liquid biopsy in the era precision medicine

By Prof Klaus Pantel, UKE University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
 

Systemic standardized metabolic phenotyping of mouse models: perspectives for precision medicine

By Prof. Martin Hrabe de Angelis, Helmholtz Zentrum München, Munich, Germany
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2:30pm

Auditorium

Award Ceremony & Closing Speech

Prof. Ann Daly, Prof. Anne-Marie Caminade, Prof. Matthias Schwab