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Systems Medicine Conference in Slovenia

Systems Medicine Conference in Slovenia: National Awareness Event,12th CFGBC Symposium and “Systems Medicine” Workshop took place from June 8th-9th 2017 at Hotel Slon, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

CASyM winter school of Systems Medicine

CASyM winter school of Systems Medicine took place between March 29th and April 1st 2017 in Ljubljana, Slovenia and is entitled »The 3rd SysBioMed hands-on tutorial: Systems Medicine Approaches in Personalized Medicine«

ELIXIR-SI launch & 11TH CFGBC Symposium

The event with motto “Data for Life” took place from September 20th - 21st 2016 at Cankarjev dom and the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

ERACoSysMed 2017: Abstracts



Edward Vigmond: PUSHCART - Personalized Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

Martin Kuiper: The logical way to tackle cancer

Mario Gorenjak: SysPharmPediA: Systems Pharmacology Approach to Difficult-to-Treat Pediatric Asthma

Harald Schmidt: Systems Medicine for mechanistic disease redefinition and omics-based drug repurposing for rapid proof of concept and patient relevant impact

Martin Kuiper: Setting the stage for the Gene Regulation Knowledge Commons

Timothy Radstake: Molecular Re-classification of Immune Mediated Inflammatory Disease; Are We Beyond Fiction?

Janet Thornton: Exploring Human Variation and its impact on proteins and in the Clinic

Sendi Montanič: Immunogenetics in Transplantation of Haematopoietic Stem Cells

Tadeja Dovč Drnovšek: Molecular-biological investigations for determining blood groups

Nataša Debeljak: Familial Erythrocytosis: From Mutation Analysis to Clinical Application

Jernej Jakše: In-depth sequencing of RNA as an efficient pathogen discovery tool: the case of new hop viroid

Mojca Milavec: Metrology for Quantitative Molecular Biology: Accurate and Reproducible Nucleic Acid Measurements

Brane Leskošek: Telepharmacology and ELIXIR-SI data services


José Basílio: Role of endothelial IkB kinase 2 in atherosclerosis

Tjaša Bensa: How to study a gene and its protein that is a product of alternative splicing – the Inducible cAMP Early Repressor (ICER) story

Kaja Blagotinšek: Blocking cholesterol synthesis in the liver promotes hepatocarcinogenesis in the mouse model HCyp51-/-

Tanja Cvitanović: LiverSex: in silico study of sexual aspects in liver metabolism 

Vita Dolžan: Implementing enabling tools for preemptive pharmacogenomics testing within the Ubiquitous Pharmacogenomics Project: The Slovenian Experience

Jure Fabjan: Information system to aid the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

Katja Goričar: Genetic variation in GLP1 receptor is associated with inter-individual differences in weight lowering potential of liraglutide in obese women with PCOS: a pilot study

Marjeta Horvat: Computational support for management, tracking and analysis of human samples obtained from suicide victims

Nika Kotnik: The influence of the polymorphisms of the DNA repair mechanisms on the risk of malignant mesothelioma

Urša Kovač: Statistical modeling of circadian clock and cholesterol metabolism genes in mothers with preterm delivery

Lidija Magdevska: Automatization of fuzzy inference system describing the dynamics of MAPK cascade

Iva Mencin: Mutation analysis of VHL and EPAS1 genes in patients with familial erythrocytosis: from research to clinic 

Miha Moškon: In silico analysis of CHO metabolism in dependence on the medium composition

Uršula Prosenc Zmrzljak: Defining the role of different inducible cAMP early repressor - ICER isoforms

Žiga Pušnik: Viable parameter space analysis of dynamic biological models

Sara Redenšek: Genetic variability in pathways defective in Parkinson's disease: possible applications

Živa Rejc: Computational support for management of animal samples

Anja Solarovič: Familial Erythrocytosis in Slovenian population

Katarina Trebušak Podkrajšek: Genetic testing of osteogenesis imperfecta related genes in Slovene patients with next generation sequencing

2006 - University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine, Center for Functional Genomics and Bio-chips.