On 24 and 25 November, as part of the Life Science Open Space Online Week event organized by Cluster Life Science Kraków, Health Technologies sessions, devoted mainly to the areas of Personalized Medicine, were held.
The sessions carried out in conjunction with the CE4BIG and ClusterXchange Program projects were to present the possibilities and principles of establishing international cooperation as part of study visits co-financed by the H2020 project. Personalized medicine is now increasingly used in many medical areas, including computational medicine, diagnostics, clinical trials and other medical technologies.
The leaders of this year’s sessions were: Prof. Dr. Horst Domdey from BioM Biotech Cluster Development GmbH and Jessica Walker from Atlanpole Biotherapies.
Session participants had the opportunity to:
- learn about the offer of the partners of the project building the European platform for cooperation in the field of PM,
- present their cooperation offer addressed to the bio-med industry in the EU,
- learn about the rules for obtaining support for exchanges under a pilot program co-financed by H2020,
- present an offer of services and meet potential partners and subcontractors.
During the sessions, 13 international speakers presented their offers:
- Dr. Völker-Albert, Co-founder EpiQMAx GmbH, „Decoding epigenetics – towards a truly personalized medicine„
- Paul Denny-Gouldson, Zifo, „Digital Transformation – from raw data to visualization (with Open Source)„
- Dr. Sophia Doll, OmicEra, „We aim to revolutionize medical diagnostics„
- Daisy Paiva, Dynamic Biosensors, „switchSENSE® heliX®: Next-Generation Modular Biosensor for Interaction and Conformation Analysis„
- Marc Dechamps, BioWin – the Health Cluster of Wallonia, „BioWin and Wallonia life science ecosystem”
- Mineke Faure-Eon, Atlanpole Biotherapies, „Atlanpole Biotherapies – Innovation Landscape of Western France„
- Martin Camille, McSAF, „ADCITMER, an optimized antibody-drug conjugate to solve Merkel Cell carcinoma unmet medical need„
- Krzysztof Bucki, AutoID S.A., „ColonoAnalysis – Way To The Future„
- Barbara Kozierkiewicz, AstraZeneca, „Digital patient solution, medical devices, sensors and patient reported outcome tools in clinical trials„
- Mateusz Dworak, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Łodzi, „Lifestyle Medicine in Digital Health„
- Krzysztof Misztal, diCella, „New technologies for clinical trials: eCRF secured by blockchain„
- Klaudia Proniewska, KCRI, „Future corelab – nowe technologie wizualizacji danych medycznych„
Life Science Open Space is an annual event organized by Klaster Life Science Krakow, the main idea of which is to enable cooperation between entities in the life science sector. This year’s 10th edition under the slogan „New Reality – New Challenges”, lasted five days and was held entirely online. During the event, as many as 72 presentations were presented in 8 thematic sessions. This year’s meeting was attended directly by 261 people and the online sessions were watched by over 900 people.
More information on the event website.