We are pleased to invite you to the ELIXIR-LU launch on September 7 at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) of the University of Luxembourg.
Members from the ELIXIR hub and ELIXIR-LU will present the European infrastructure, the Luxembourg node and its objectives, as well as ongoing projects. Guest speakers from ministries, research institutions, patients’ association and industry will address, amongst other topics, challenges associated with translational medicine data, the new data protection legislation and perspectives of the industry and the patients on sharing biomedical data. The event will close with a reception, offering ample time for networking and discussion.
7 September, 2017 / 13:00 - 19:00
|13.15||Welcome and Introduction, Rudi Balling, Director, LCSB and Reinhard Schneider, Head of ELIXIR-LU, LCSB|
|13.30||ELIXIR as part of Luxembourgish research infrastructures strategy Marc Hansen, Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Research|
|13.50||Digital healthcare strategy, big data and personalised medicine Lydia Mutsch, Minister of Health|
|14.10||Big data is big business Françoise Liners, Director of Life Sciences & Health Technologies, Ministry of Economy|
|14.30||ELIXIR, a distributed infrastructure for life-science information Niklas Blomberg, Director, ELIXIR|
|14.50||ELIXIR-LU, a node for Translational Medicine data Reinhard Schneider, Head of ELIXIR-LU, LCSB|
|15.10||Health data sharing and research under the new data protection legislation Regina Becker, Strategy Development, LCSB|
|15.30||Challenges of translational medicine data in public research Catherine Larue, CEO, LIH|
|16.20||Data and publications Bart Verberck, Executive Editor - Berlin office, Nature Publishing Group|
|16.40||FAIR Data are Valuable Data: the industry perspective on re-use of biomedical data in research David Henderson, Principal Scientist, Bayer AG|
|17.00||Merging health and socio-economic data: innovation ahead Aline Muller, CEO, LISER and Marc Suhrcke, Health economics lead, LISER|
|17.20||Sharing health data – the patients’ perspective Joseph Even, Vice-president, ALAN Rare Diseases Luxembourg|
|17.40||Closing of the event|
Participation is free of charge but registration is mandatory. To register send an email to Lucie Debroux before August 31.
Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) - University of Luxembourg
6 avenue du Swing - Campus Belval - House of Biomedicine II
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