Programme

DAY 1

  • INTRODUCTIONS AND AGENDA
  • WHERE IT ALL STARTS: BECOMING A PHYSICIAN-SCIENTIST

INTERACTIONS AND REFRESHMENTS

  • ASKING A RESEARCH QUESTION
  • GENOMICS AND CANCER: THE END OF A BEGINNING

LUNCH

  • TECHNOLOGY TALK AND DEMO: BASICS AND APPLICATIONS OF NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING
  • MORE THAN A GUT FEELING: MICROBIOME(S) AND MEDICINE

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  • LIFE OF PI (PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR)

DAY 2

  • QUNTITATIVE THINKING AND DATA ANALYSIS

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  • NATURAL TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MEDICINE

LUNCH

  • OBSERVING, MODELLING AND PREDICTING: DECONSTRUCTING DISEASE

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  • TECHNOLOGY TALK AND DEMO: HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING
  • GENOMICS, INFORMATICS, MEDICINE: ALL FOR ONE, ONE FOR ALL

DAY 3

  • THE NEED FOR MODEL SYSTEMS AND PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF MAKING CHOICES IN CARDIAC DISEASES
  • STEM CELLS AND GENOME ENGINEERING FOR NEXT GENERATION THERAPEUTICS + LAB VISIT

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  • TECHNOLOGY TALK AND DEMO: ZEBRAFISH MODELS OF GENETIC DISEASES

LUNCH

  • PUBLIC DATA FOR DISEASE MODELLING, DIAGNOSTICS AND DRUG DISCOVERY
  • PHYSICANS IN BASIC RESEARCH: AS SEEN BY BASIC RESEARCH LEADERS
  • GROUP DISCUSSIONS, OPPORTUNITIES OUT THERE

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