Join us for a webinar on ‘The Future of Translational Medicine’

Join us for a webinar on ‘The Future of Translational Medicine’





Event details

  • Date: 29 June 2020
  • Time: 3.00pm (CEST) | 2.00pm (GMT)


Overview

Academia Europaea (The Academy of Europe) has launched an important project that brings together basic researchers, clinicians, academics, science publishers and communicators and experts in Translational Medicine (TM) to discuss how to turn scientific knowledge into innovative therapies, medical procedures and diagnostics that benefit patients and healthcare systems and become everyday best care practice.

The project has been supported by a two-day workshop and the subsequent publication of a position paper in the leading open access journal, the Journal of Clinical Medicine.

A distinguished panel of Professors Péter Hegyi, Stephen Holgate and Ole Petersen, all elected members of Academia Europaea (MAEs), will share new perspectives on how to translate scientific evidence into clinical practice, and will explain the Translational Medicine cycle.

This webinar is suitable for researchers, clinicians, healthcare providers and policy decision-makers interested in enabling more efficient and cost-effective healthcare.



Confirmed speakers

The panel will comprise of:



Programme

The webinar will start at 3:00 pm (CEST) and will last 1 hour.

Speaker & PresentationTime
Introduction15:00 – 15:05
Professor Péter Hegyi
The Cycle Model for translating scientific results into community benefits
15:05 – 15:15
Professor Ole Petersen
Why many discoveries in basic science have not progressed to patient care?
15:15 – 15:25
Professor Stephen Holgate
Delivering personalised medicine for patient benefit
15:25 – 15:35
Q&A moderated by Professor Ole Petersen (Chair)
Attendees are welcome to type in their questions in the Zoom Q&A section.
15:35 – 15:50
Discussion and concluding remarks15:50 – 16:00




More information

Find out more about Academia Europaea’s Position Paper on Translational Medicine here.




16th June 2020. For further information please contact AECardiffHub@cardiff.ac.uk
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