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SYSTEMS MEDICINE OF MULTIFACTORIAL DISORDERS WORKSHOP & TUTORIAL and 8TH CFGBC SYMPOSIUM
We are pleased to invite you to the SYSTEMS MEDICINE OF MULTIFACTORIAL DISORDERS WORKSHOP & TUTORIAL organized together with 8TH CFGBC SYMPOSIUM. The event will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenia, from 12 to 15 June 2013 at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana.
The Symposium is dedicated primarily to the microorganism and plant research, and will cover topic From 'omics' to Biological Knowledge in Model Systems.
The workshop will cover topic Systems Medicine of Multifactorial Disorders with a special focus on bringing together Systems Biology and Clinical Medicine = Systems Medicine.
Research activities of the Slovenian Consortium for Bio-Chips and collaborating foreign institutions will be presented, together with Systems Medicine (SM) success stories of leading researchers in the field.
The contributions of the participants will be presented in the form of invited lectures and posters, in two sections:
From 'omics' to Biological Knowledge in Model Systems
Systems Medicine of Multifactorial Disorders
As part of the CFGBC Symposium and Systems Medicine workshop, participants
will attend lectures and/or participate with contributions in the form of a
The 2-day Systems Medicine tutorial that will follow the workshop is dedicated primarily to doctoral and post-doctoral students, medical doctors and other medical professionals. A poster is obligatory for participants attending the tutorial. Tutorial will include problem-based discussions,
active participation in Systems Medicine based exercises (experimental
approaches, databases, computation tools, etc.), and oral presentation of paricipant's
posters. 15 hours of lectures and 15 hours of practical work will be carried
out through the entire event. The number of participants is limited and the candidates will be selected on the basis of their curriculum vitae and poster abstract. Participants will be accredited by ECTS, CME and/or SILM points.
Candidates must attend both workshop and tutorial to be accredited with ECTS points. Since the tutorial materials will be available
on-line beforehand, participants individual work is expected prior to the
event start. The acquired knowledge will be examined at the end of the
tutorial. Participants will receive a certificate of attendance and results
of examination together with the statement of ECTS accreditation of the
course (5 ECTS) based on the full programme. The course is approved as an
elective course in doctoral studies of Biomedicine and Life Sciences at
University of Ljubljana. Participants from other Universities or studies
need to file these documents at their local sites and request the approval.
CME or SILM credits
The Medical Chamber of Slovenia and The Slovenian Chamber of Laboratory medicine will award the participation at the workshop
or at the workshop and the tutorial with credit points for Continuing
Professional Education (CME (20 credits) or SILM (20 credits)). All the participants will receive a certificate of attendance, with
which they will be able to apply for the recognition of credits for
continuing postgraduate education with their national medical chambers or