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TranSYS ESR 14 Kariofyllis Karamperis, at the Golden Helix Foundation, announces latest publication on ‘Genome-based therapeutic interventions for β-type hemoglobinopathies’ published in Human Genomics.

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TranSYS Bootcamp June 2021

Tuesday 15th -Friday 17th June 2021 The first bootcamp for TranSYS ESRs will be held at Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry Bootcamp program        

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TranSYS Journal Club report

The TranSYS ITN holds a monthly journal club, organised by the TranSYS research council for its 15 ESRs. Each month a scientific paper is selected by majority from a list of three interesting papers and an ESR presents followed by a discussion with ESRs and PIs. TranSYS is a highly multidisciplinary network and the Journal Club brings a perfect opportunity ...

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EUREGIONAL MICROBIOME CENTER KICK OFF SYMPOSIUM 7th May 2021

Researchers of Maastricht University  and Maastricht UMC+, Uniklinik RWTH Aachen and the University of Liège have joined forces in microbiome research and education by initiating the ‘Euregional Microbiome Center’.  Within the Euregional Microbiome Center we envision to cross borders between research disciplines and to strengthen our Euregional collaboration to advance microbiome research at an international forefront.​​​​​​​ This initiative has organized ...

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MCAA Annual Conference 5-7 March 2021

The flag-ship event of the Marie Curie Alumni Association. A conference to discuss research and grow professionally. For more information visit: 2021 GA | Marie Curie Alumni Association    

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Precision Medicine Forum Patient Week 8-11 March 2021

  Precision Medicine Forum Patient Week focusses squarely on the perspective of patients, advocates and caregivers. Panellist and attendees also include healthcare practitioners, researchers, industry and patient groups and those within their respective institutions who are tasked with building the necessary systems and solutions to harness the full potential of precision medicine. For more information visit: https://precisionmedicineforum.com/our-conferences/patient-week/    

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TranSYS Online Training School

Sunday 22nd – Friday 27th November 2020 A cornerstone of Precision Medicine (PM) is comprehensive knowledge retrieval about the targeted individuals. Molecular identification and characterisation of patients is a high priority. Existing data in today’s digital universe offers tremendous opportunities to achieve this but extracting insights and information from multiple heterogeneous and interdependent data in PM, requires new systems analytics, ...

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COVID-19, efforts of TranSYS partners

The TranSYS training network represents complementary sciences covering risk profiling, diagnostics, drug discovery, clinical trials, data science, including AI. Our consortium members are combating the COVID-19 crisis in the following initiatives.   Free QIAGEN Bioinformatics resources (IPA and CLC) QIAGEN Digital Insights is offering free ‘COVID-19 emergency response licenses’ for QIAGEN CLC Genomics ProSuite and a free temporary license of ...

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15th CFGBC Symposium 15th June 2020

The 15th CFGBC Scientific Symposium which will take place on June 15th 2020 starting at 13:00 online. Researchers and members of the CFGBC consortium will present their recent work through lectures featuring diverse topics.  Symposium is free of admission. The opening lecture will be presented by Dr. Thomas O. Eichmann from the Institute of Molecular Biosciences, University of Graz, Director of the Center for Explorative Lipidomics, ...

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Systems Medicine Research Towards Novel Liver Disease Stratification Strategies

System Medicine Disease pathways for personalised treatments Virtual spring seminar series 2020 Wednesday, 27 May 2020, 16h – 17h CET Prof. Dr. Damjana Rozman, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Title: Systems Medicine Research Towards Novel Liver Disease Stratification Strategies The last decades have presented us with novel technologies enabling us to look deep into the human genome of ...

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