The 3rd Annual Nordic Precision Medicine ForumStockholm 18-19 March 2019
Welcome to the 3rd Annual Nordic Precision Medicine Forum
Following two successful years in Copenhagen, we thought it was time to bring Nordic Precision Medicine Forum to another Nordic Capital so are pleased to be heading to Stockholm in 2019. And we have big plans…
Expanding upon the agenda from previous years, in 2019 there will even greater opportunities for learning, sharing ideas and networking through our industry workshops, roundtables, networking breaks and plenary sessions. There will be a technology showcase, providing start-ups, university spins-outs, global leading tech providers and more to provide quick fire insights as to how new technologies will bring us closer to clinical implementation of precision medicine.
As the precision medicine movement takes a firmer grip, we will look at the latest data analysis technologies, how AI is transforming the way we think about therapies, the benefit of X-omics; how it is coming to the fore and becoming the norm for everyday methodology for researchers. We will uncover the issues surrounding regulation and what is being done to break down the barriers to nationwide adoption of a personalised approach to medicine. This plus much more promises to cement Nordic Precision Medicine Forum reputation as the original and leading forum for precision medicine in the region.
Nordic Precision Medicine Forum brings together those at the very forefront of precision medicine from biologists, physicians and technology developers to data scientists, patient groups, governments and more. Don’t miss out.
We hope to see you in Stockholm.
"...an inspiring and interesting forum. It is the must attend conference for precision medicine in the region."Eurofins
The 2nd Annual Nordic Precision Medicine Forum (Review)20-21 March 2018, Copenhagen
The second annual Nordic Precision Medicine Forum took place in Copenhagen over two days in March, bringing together an array of stakeholders from the precision medicine sector.
Representatives from academia, industry, healthcare, government and patient groups all came together to share ideas, knowledge and findings from their respective fields.
Delegates saw presentations and panel debates from key figures including; Aaarno Palotie from The Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland (FIMM), Olli Kallioniemi, Director at SciLifeLab and Mette Nordhal Svendsen, Professor of Medical Anthropology and Director of the Master of Public Health Programme at the University of Copenhagen among others.
Broadcaster and journalist Vivienne Parry OBE who chaired the conference said "the Nordic countries are a shining beacon of light when it comes to collaboration in precision medicine.” Following the event, it seems that the light is shining as bright as ever.
We look forward to seeing you next year.
You can read a full review of the event here.