Post-meeting slides and recordings
- Dr Synder’s talk covered ground-breaking work on the way he and his co-workers combine different Big Data “omics” technologies for individual profiling in a dynamic way. They were the first to use “dynamic integrative personal omics profiling” iPOP to estimate disease risk or to monitor changing disease states, all of which are crucial in bringing Precision Medicine closer to the beneficiaries [recording with discussion].
- Dr Coenye discussed precision medicine in the context of microbiology. In particular, he showed case studies of personalizing antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory treatments in patients [slides].
- Dr Cvijovic’s talk on single cell / whole population models of yeast replicative aging, complemented the talk of Dr Coenye on treating microbial infections and of Dr Snyder on Big Data & Health, in understanding the merits and limitations of model organisms in understanding healthy aging [slides, recording with discussion, preceded by views on career development as former Marie Curie ESR].
Due to COVID-19 outbreaks, scientific sessions and meetings have been converted to virtual sessions . Please see the program below for the corresponding links.
|WEDNESDAY 18/3/2020||13:00-13:30||Registration||O&N1 Auditorium GA3|
|13:30 – 13:45||Welcome words and introduction||Kristel Van Steen (TranSYS coordinator), Carine Carels (OriGENE Fund, KU Leuven & UZ Leuven) – confirmed||13:45 – 14:00||Join by using this
Gotomeeting link (extra phone numbers)
|13:45-14:45||Big data and health||Mike Snyder (Chair, Genetics and Director, Stanford Center of Genomics & Personalized Medicine, Stanford University) – confirmed||14:00 – 15:00
followed by discussion on precision medicine (15-30 min)
|14:45 – 16:15||Smart(er) personalized medicine – a reality check||Yves Moreau (ESAT – STADIUS, Stadius Centre for Dynamical Systems, Signal Processing and Data Analytics at KU Leuven)||
Postponed (date TBA)
|Catherine Van Der Straeten (Head of Health Innovation and Research Institute Ghent University Hospital; Ghent University)|
|Sofie Bekaert (Manager Translational Program at VIB)|
|Gert Matthijs (Department of Human Genetics at KU Leuven, UZ Leuven & President Belgian Society for Human Genetics)|
|Ritchie Head (Director Ceratium Limited)|
|Michael Snyder (Chair, Genetics and Director, Stanford Center of Genomics & Personalized Medicine, Stanford University)|
|Frederic Coppens (Head of node ELIXIR Belgium)|
|16:15 – 17:00||Coffee break, TranSYS networking, meet and greet.||O&N4 Foyer|
|17:00 – 18:00||WG1-3 presentations||TranSYS Workgroup leaders||O&N4 Glass room||Postponed (TranSYS School 1)|
|18:00 – 20:30||SB meeting||CLOSED SESSION- TranSYS partners||Join by using this Gotomeeting link (extra phone numbers)
|THURSDAY 19/3/2020||9:00 – 9:30||Registration // WG leader meeting||CLOSED SESSION||O&N4 Auditorium|
|9:30-10:00||Personalized Medicine – Belgian/European level||G Matthijs (Department of Human Genetics at KU Leuven, UZ Leuven & President Belgian Society for Human Genetics) – cancelled||
Join by using this Gotomeeting link (extra phone numbers)
|10:00-10:30||Precision medicine in microbiology: personalizing antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory treatments in people with cystic fibrosis||Tom Coenye (Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Microbiology, UGent) – confirmed|
|10:30-11:00||Coffee break||O&N4 Foyer|
|11:00-12:00||Redefining complex diseases for drug development through experimental medicine and systems biology||Benjamin Dizier (Director, Immunology Translational Medicine, UCB) – cancelled||O&N4 Auditorium|
|12:00-13:00||From single-cell to whole population model of yeast replicative ageing: how to age healthy||Marija Cvijovic (Lead of the Systems Biology Research Group, Department of Mathematics, University of Gothenburg) – confirmed|
|13:00 +||TranSYS closed meeting||CLOSED SESSION||O&N4 Glass room|
It is with great scientific enthusiasm to invite you to the TranSYS Kick-off Symposium on Personalized Medicine in Leuven, Belgium, on the 18-19th of March 2020.