Registration and abstract submission are now open for the 1st conference of the European Association of Systems Medicine (EASyM) on October 26th-28th in Berlin. This international event will bring together scientists from all over Europe, including physicians, biologists, health professionals and specialists in mathematical/computational programming. The conference will focus on current examples of Systems Medicine and their ability to shape the future of medical care. More on: www.easym.eu
In June 2015 CASyM, with support of FEBS, organized the First European Summer School on Systems Medicine in Stockholm. Here, the best examples of how to use advanced computational tools in translational clinical research were presented and discussed. Lectures are now available on YouTube!
- Introductory lecture by Prof. Jesper Tegnér (Karolinska Institute, Sweden): https://youtu.be/EEiy4VV7XIQ
- Systems Biology of the Mammalian Circadian clock by Prof. Hansperter Herzel (Humboldt University Berlin, Germany): https://youtu.be/2EY_iL9fD10
- Computational Tissue Engineering by Prof. Liesbet Geris (University of Liège, Belgium): https://youtu.be/LZlJ8NGPaXM
- The use of the human metabolic model by Ines Thiele (University of Warwick, UK): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4KjojmYESI
- Rethinking the GWAS by Timothy Ravasi (King Abdullah University for Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hCcWdrKP7I
- From Systems to Personalized Medicine by Johann Pellet (European Institute for Systems Biology & Medicine, France): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IX-9iwDOtkM
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease by Josep Roca (University of Barcelona, Spain): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yO2qRE2FPCE
- Predictive and Individualised medicine by Mikael Benson (Linköping University, Sweden): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6h194MD0fF8
- Patient disease trajectories by Anders Boeck Jensen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrZ7oRwR6JE
- Personalized medicine for inflammatory disease by Tiothy Radstake (University of Utrecht, The Netherlands): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nFSROrfBlo
CASyM is opening 6 research exchange grants for research collaboration in systems medicine projects between CASyM partners and CASyM associated partners. Doctoral fellows or post-docs (up to 10 years after completion the Ph.D.) can apply. The maximum grant cannot exceed 4000 € (1000 € per month for living and lodging plus travel expenses). The envisioned exchange period is 3 months between 1.1.2016 – 30.9.2016. [more]
Agenda Summer School-FinalAdvanced Summer School in System Medicine: Implementation of Systems Medicine across Europe (EACCME accredited)
22 – 26 June, 2015 – Djurönäset Hotel, Djurhamn, Sweden
The Coordinating Action Systems Medicine https://www.casym.eu/ (CASyM) is a joint initiative of the European Commission, several European funding bodies, companies, researchers and clinicians aiming to develop a strategic roadmap for implementing Systems Medicine across Europe. To this end we are organizing the first European Summer School in Systems Medicine [click for more] . Our primary objective is to identify and provide best in class inspirational scientific and clinical demonstrational examples of research, tools, and implementations of Systems Medicine targeting an audience of a balanced mix of postdocs, clinicians, and graduate students poised to become future leaders in Systems Medicine. Secondly, our aim is also to initiate an annual meeting place targeting faculty within Systems Medicine and related areas.
Date and venue
Monday 2 – Friday 6 February 2015
Leiden, The Netherlands
Biological systems function through the dynamic interplay of large numbers of components. At the molecular level these include genes, transcripts, proteins and metabolites. At higher organisational levels the main players are cells, tissues, organs and organisms. Understanding biological systems, for instance in the context of biomedical and industrial applications, requires combining multiple diverse data sets on all components and their interactions. This integration process is hampered by the fact that in modern data acquisition technologies each concentrates on one specific component of the system, e.g. a specific type of molecule.
As a satellite event of the 44th Congress of the Francophone Society of Chronobiology CASyM will organize the half day hands-on systems medicine tutorial “Systems approach to biological clocks and diseases” for medical doctors. The event is accredited with 6 CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).
Date: 29 October 2014
Venue: Paris, France
Additional information on the 44th Congress of the Francophone Society of Chronobiology:
Prof. Damjana Rozman from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana seeks a candidate for the European Marie Curie Fellowship (24 months) who wants to complement her/his existing skills. The established researcher (ER) should be fluent in English and is expected to actively participate in grant writing. The project deals with an interdisciplinary area of systems medicine of multifactorial liver disorders. Eligible candidates:
Second international conference of the European Society of Pharmacogenomics and Theranostics – ESPT:
“Pharmacogenomics:From Cell to Clinic” September 26-27-28, 2013 LISBON, Portugal