International Conference on Personalized Oncology
12 October 2017
I.M.Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Moscow

Lectures scheduled for September 26, 2016

SEPTEMBER 26, 2016 (MONDAY)
LECTURES FOR STUDENTS AND RESIDENTS

I.M. SECHENOV FIRST MOSCOW
STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
RED HALL

I.M. SECHENOV FIRST MOSCOW
STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
BLUE HALL

MOROZOV CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

Fred Bunz
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA

Lecture: Targeting Cancer with Radiation- and Drug-related Tools
Time: 09.00-09.45

Shawn Murphy
Partners HealthCare System and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA

Lecture: Advances in healthcare technologies as applicable to precision and personalized medicine
Time: 09.00-09.45

Opening Session
Time: 10.00-10.30

Vladimir Lazar
WIN Consortium, Villejuif, France

Lecture: Genomic Revolution in Precision Cancer Medicine
Time: 09.45-10.30

David A. Dworaczyk
Oracle, S-F, California, USA

Lecture: Medical informatics: Application of Stationary, Mobile and Cloudy Technologies to Solve the Problems of PPPM
Time: 09.45-10.30

Hiroyuki Abe
ISPM, Tokyo, Japan

Lecture: How Cancer Vaccine Works for Many Cancers?
Time: 10.30-11.15

Anton Yuriev
Elsevier Bioinformatics Center, Rockville, MD, USA

Lecture: Computational Methods for Rational Therapy Design
Time: 10.30-11.15

Rob Hastings
Illumina, Manchester, UK-San Diego, CA, USA

Lecture: Next Generation Sequencing in Clinical Practice
Time: 10.30-11.00

Trevor Marshall
Autoimmunity Foundation, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Lecture: Endomicrobiome and Autoimmunity: The Cross-Talk
Time: 11.30-12.15

Christopher Reading
Neurmedix, San Diego, CA, USA

Lecture: Drug Development: Opportunities for Russian Biopharma Students
Время: 11.30-12.15

David Smith
Center for Personalized Ge-nomics, Mayo Clinic, USA

Lecture: The Next Generation Se-quencing (NGS) Revolution to Secure Personalized Medicine: The Experience at Mayo
Time: 11.00-11.30

John Aitken
CEO, Animal Diagnostics, Otakaro Pathways, ChristChurch, New Zealand

 

 

Lecture: An Updated Model of Crohn's disease: Endomicrobiota Landscape to Drive Autoimmunity in Crohn's disease
Time: 12.15-13.00

Yuri Volkov
School of Medicine and Centre for Research on Adaptive Nanostructures and Nanodevices (CRANN), The University of Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

Lecture: Nanotechnological Platforms applicable to Clinical Medicine
Time: 12.15-13.00

Carlos Malpica
Metabolone, Durham, NC, USA

 

 

Lecture: Surveying the individual metabolome: from inborn errors of metabolism to personalized medicine
Time: 11.30-12.00

William Chamberline
Head, Department of Gastroenterology, Mountain View Regional Medical Center Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA

Lecture: Biological Networks, Complex Adaptive Systems and Endomicrobiota as Applicable to Crohn’s Disease
Time: 13.00-13.45

Alan Wu
UCSF, San Francisco, CA, USA

 

 

Lecture: Promotion of Personalized Medicine to Students and the General Public: Pharmacogenomics Today
Time: 13.00-13.45

Anton Yuriev
Elsevier Bioinformatics Center, Rockville, MD, USA

 

 

Lecture: Elsevier approaches to personalized pediatrics: Pathway Studio
Time: 12.00-12.30

Thorsten Buch
Institute for Experimental and Animal Models, Zurich, Switzerland

Lecture: Towards a Global System for Microbiological Diagnostics
Time: 14.45-15.30

Paul Barach
Wayne State University School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA

Lecture: Designing High-Reliability Pediatric Health Care
Time: 12.30-13.00

Rob Hastings
Illumina, Manchester, UK-San Diego, CA, USA

Lecture: Next Generation Sequencing in Clinical Practice
Time: 15.30-16.15

Niva Shapira
Institute for Nutrition Research, Rabin Medical Center, Beilinson Campus, Petah Tikva, Israel

Lecture: From Evidence-base to personalized diet and food function approach to Diabetes Mellitus prevention
Time: 13.00-13.30

David Smith
Center for Personalized Ge-nomics, Mayo Clinic, USA

Lecture: The Next Generation Se-quencing (NGS) Revolution to Secure Personalized Medicine: The Experience at Mayo
Time: 16.30-17.15

David A. Dworaczyk
Oracle, S-F, California, USA

Lecture: Medical informatics: Application of Stationary, Mobile and Cloudy Technologies to Solve the Problems of PPPM
Time: 14.30-15.00

Arturo Solis Herrera
Human Photosynthesis Study Center, Aguascalientes, México

Lecture: Photosynthesis as applicable to Inborn Cirrhosis Management
Time: 15.00-15.30

John Aitken
Animal Diagnostics, Otakaro Pathways, Christ Church, New Zealand

Lecture: An Updated Model of Crohn's disease: Endomicrobiota Landscape to Drive Autoimmunity in Crohn's disease
Time: 15.30-16.00

Will Chamberlin
Medical Center Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA

Lecture: Biological Networks, Complex Adaptive Systems and Endomicrobiota as Applicable to Crohn’s Disease
Time: 16.00-16.30