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«
Systems Medicine Conference in Slovenia
National Awareness Event – June 8th 2017
12th CFGBC Symposium – June 9th 2017
and “Systems Medicine” Workshop
We are pleased to invite you to the Systems Medicine Conference in Slovenia: National Awareness Event,12th CFGBC Symposium and “Systems Medicine” Workshop taking place from June 8th-9th 2017 at Hotel Slon, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Systems Medicine is a research methodology relating the field of systems biology with the clinical and patient communities. It will provide a new tool to medical researchers and clinicians to diagnose and treat patients more precisely and cost-effectively. The use of the Systems Medicine approach represents the first step towards personalized medicine.
ERACoSysMed, as the first ERA-NET project on Systems Medicine under the EU Framework Programme Horizon2020, aims at better understanding of diseases by applying Systems Medicine and stimulating collaboration between clinicians, patients, systems biologists, modellers, bioinformaticians, geneticists, pharmacologists etc. With the aim of raising awareness of Systems Medicine and its opportunities in daily clinical practice, ERACoSysMed has been organising awareness events in its partnering countries.
Ministry of Education, Science and Sport (MIZS) as a partner in Slovenia, together with the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia is responsible for the organisation of the two-day event. On behalf of the ERACoSysMedinitiative, Ministry of Education, Science and Sport invites you to participate in the Systems Medicine Conference in Slovenia.
Looking forward to welcoming you to Ljubljana.
dr. Tadeja Režen
dr. Eva Batista
prof. dr. Damjana Rozman
Ministry of Education, Science and Sport
Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana
2006 - University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine, Center for Functional Genomics and Bio-chips.