personalized medicine

We are all individuals ... bioinformatics in the personalized medicine era

The medical landscape is evolving at a rapid pace, creating the opportunity for more personalized patient treatment and shifting the way healthcare is approached and thought about. With the availability of (epi)genome-wide, transcriptomic and proteogenomic profiling techniques detailed characterization of a disease at the level of the individual is now possible, offering the opportunity for truly tailored approaches for treatment and patient care.

Mar/11 12:00 - Mar/11 13:00
Room Museum of the History of Science Building S30, Campus De Sterre, Krijgslaan 281, 9000 Gent, Belgium

First FIRE/FLAMES/CS Nightingale lecture : Is sitting the new smoking?

Join a discussion by Dr. Katrien De Cocker and Prof. Dr. Els Goetghebeur of how the essential tools of study design uncover the hidden risks of your own desk job, from heart disease and diabetes to genetic mutations, and how you can apply these tools to boost your own research.

Jan/28 09:00 - Jan/30 18:00
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

BioSB course on the systems-biology of individualized medicine: O2 for Personalized Medicine: from inspiration to aspiration

Course Organizers: Barbara Bakker (University Medical Centre Groningen (UMCG), Matteo Barberis, Gerard Muyzers and Hans V. Westerhoff (Centre for Integrative Systems Biology Amsterdam CISBA), in collaboration with ISBE@NL


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