5th SciCom Workshop: Methodology on Research

Date
Feb 16, 2017
Time 
09:00-12:00
Organisation
SciCom
Target audience 
Basic scientists and interested clinicians
Registration
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Registration fee
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CME accreditation
3 CME credits will be accredited
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Final programme

5th SciCom Workshop: Methodology on Research

Room 131+132, Level 1

  • Methodology on Research
    09:00-10:20 Session 1
    Charlie Lees, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
    Florian Rieder, Cleveland, United States
      09:00-09:05 1: Welcome & Introduction
    Charlie Lees, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
      09:05-09:30 2: How to set-up a successful translational IBD unit - Providing the frame for future discovery
    Britta Siegmund, Berlin, Germany
    09:30-09:55 3: Studying the Microbiota - bacteria and beyond
    Dirk Haller, Freising, Germany
      09:55-10:20 4: Omics analysis - Can we see the forest for the trees
    Jeff Barrett, Cambridge, United Kingdom
    10:20-10:40 Coffee break
    10:40-12:00 Session 2
    Britta Siegmund, Berlin, Germany
    Azucena Salas, Barcelona, Spain
       10:40-11:05 5: Transgenic animal models in IBD - Tricks you cannot read in the manuscripts
    Arthur Kaser, Cambridge, United Kingdom
       11:05-11:30 6: Studying drug response - translation of system biology to systems medicine
    Stefan Schreiber, Kiel, Germany
    11:30-11:55 7: Recreating the intestine ex vivo - Where are we on the way to the artificial gut (organoids, etc.) 
    Azucena Salas , Barcelona, Spain
      11:55-12:00 8: Closing remarks
    Florian Rieder, Cleveland, United States