Events

December 2016

October 2016

  • European Public-Private Partnership Innovation Conference (EPPPIC)

European Public-Private Partnership Innovation Conference (EPPPIC)

This event aims to bring experience on previous public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the public health domain to explore their role in the genomic context, thus analysing how to promote the establishment of European PPPs in this field. The increased adoption of large scale projects based on sequencing population data may increasingly coexist with commercial entities. These projects are associated with high level of investment to include: major scientific equipment; knowledge-based resources such as collections, archives or scientific data; e-infrastructures that would be able to benefit public and private institutions. Nonetheless, these projects also raise ethical, legal and social questions. The EPPPIC (European Public-Private Partnerships Innovation Conference) event will focus on identifying the major barriers and the recommended strategies to overcome them in order to promote the establishment of PPPs in Europe in the genomic field.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

  • Antiñolo, Guillermo - Head Maternal-fetal genetics & reproduction Department at Virgen del Rocío Univ. Hospital
  • Eliasen, Bogi - Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies (CIFS) & FarGen, Faroe Genome Project.
  • Esko, Tõnu - Deputy Director of Research at Estonian Genome Center, University of Tartu.
  • Goldman, Michel - Institute for Interdisciplinary Innovation in healthcare, former IMI Executive Director.
  • Jackson, Leigh - Researcher at School of Nursing and Midwifery, Plymouth University
  • Kalra, Dipak - President of the European Institute for Innovation Through Health Data.
  • Quintana, Octavi - Principal Advisor on Research Policy, DG RTD, European Commission.
  • Soria, Bernat - Head of Cellular Therapy of the Diabetes Mellitus research at the Andalusian Center for Molecular Biology and Regenerative Medicine (CABIMER), former Minister of Health of Spain
  • Stefansdottir, Vigdis - Genetic counsellor at Landspitali - University Hospital.
  • Vannieuwenhuyse, Bart - Janssen Senior Director of Health Information Sciences.

This event has requested to ACSA the certification as formative activity.

June 2016

  • Workshop on Technology Transfer

Workshop on Technology Transfer

Institute of Biomedicine of Seville (IBIS), through European Project ITRIBiS "Improving translational research potential at the Institute of Biomedicine of Seville" cordially invites you to attend the Technology Transfer Workshop to be held on 24 June 2016 in their own facilities.

This event is aimed at companies in the health sector who are interested in learning about the research in biomedicine developed at IBIS, seeking partnerships to carry out projects in R + D + i or seeking services of research and development as well as companies interested in development and commercialization of new technologies and products generated in the IBIS or offer to others their own technologies.

It is also aimed at research groups and hospitals in the National Health System.

May 2016

  • II Seville Molecular Medicine Workshop entitled 'Cell Therapy, Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical Translation'

II Seville Molecular Medicine Workshop entitled "Cell Therapy, Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical Translation"

The event will be held in May 9-10, 2016 at the Institute of Biomedicine of Seville (IBIS).

Call for abstracts now open! Send your proposal by April 22nd 2016 (one page, 250 word limit in Word format, including background, aim, material and methods, results and conclussions).

Free registration, payment required to attend meeting lunches and gala dinner.

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May 9-10, 2016 II Seville Molecular Medicine Workshop entitled "Cell Therapy, Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical Translation" Call for abstracts now open! Send your proposal by April 22nd 2016 (one page, 250 word limit in Word format, including background, aim, material and methods, results and conclussions). Free registration, payment required to attend meeting lunches and gala dinner.