SAPHIRe workshops

Workshop 11: Webinar: From bench to bedside: Regional practices and strategies for innovation in personalised medicine  

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Regions are already regarded as the new powerhouses for innovation in personalised health. Still, further stimulating innovation is desirable if regional healthcare systems are to benefit to the fullest. There are multiple policy frameworks and strategies to do so: Open Science, Open Innovation, Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) are a few examples. Regions and regional organisations can also receive help in stimulating innovation from various EU initiatives, such as EIT Health and Interreg Europe. If we want personalised healthcare to be an innovation to the benefit of all European citizens, regions must take a leading role in its development.  

In spring 2021, the SAPHIRe consortium organises a series of online interactive workshops on the specific needs of European regions concerning personalised medicine. The topic of the third webinar will be "From bench to bedside: Regional practices and strategies for implementing personalised medicine" and will be organised on Tuesday 15 June 2021, 10h00-12h30 CET.

The topics to be discussed will include:

  • Personalised medicine and Interreg Europe

  • Regional Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in healthcare

  • Regional collaboration for genomic medicine in Sweden

Speaker profiles and abstracts

Presentations

  1. Regional practices and strategies for innovation in personalised medicine - Insights from the Interreg Europe health related project portfolio

  2. Genomic Medicine Sweden – building a national infrastructure based on regional infrastructure

  3. The CHERRIES Project

  4. Biomarkers Commercialization

Webinar video presentations

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Regional practices and strategies for innovation in personalised medicine - Insights from the Interreg Europe health related project portfolio.

Marc Pattinson, Interreg Europe

Genomic Medicine Sweden – building a national infrastructure based on regional infrastructure 

Richard Rosenquist Brandell, Genomic Medicine Sweden

The CHERRIES Project

Stefan Philipp, Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI), Vienna

Biomarkers Commercialization

Valérie Daussin, BIC consortium

Regions4PerMed update

Gianni D'Errico

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