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Abstract Full text PDF References Preview Abstract Maintenance of protein homeostasis is vitally important in post-mitotic cells, particularly neurons. Mathias has more than peer-reviewed publications and more than 70 international patent applications. He has founded 15 biotech start-up companies, and he has been member of many Board of Directors, including international public companies, such as Bure Equity Sweden , Novozymes Denmark , Nordiag Norway and Amersham UK. The program of this symposium will gather international distinguished leaders in precision medicine from academia, healthcare and industry and will feature cutting-edge innovative technologies in the field.
The invited speakers will share their thoughts and visions about the latest developments, advancements and international initiatives in precision medicine. The themes will include biobanking, laboratory medicine, biomarkers, drug discovery and companion diagnostics, omics, medical imaging, radiomics, critical care, inherited metabolic diseases, bioinformatics, electronic health records and big data. Ethical and societal challenges will also be discussed regarding the ever-changing healthcare ecosystem and regulatory landscape.
Preliminary program. Session 3: Antibody Design and Therapeutics Sophia Hober: The development of small protein domains for biotechnical and medical use. She will present on Monday February 25, at The talk is at on Thursday, January They will also present four posters. Her talk is on Saturday December 1, at am.
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Current challenges on validation of biomarkers for clinical trials are presented by Dr Cristina Al-Khalili Szigyarto, on the 29th of November at the workshop on "Advances in Biomarkers and Imaging in clinical trial design for DMD and other Neuromuscular diseases" in Prague. The workshop is organised by VISION-DMD and includes also an expert panel discussion, with all invited speakers, aiming to define the optimal next steps in developing biomarkers for clinical trails.
Cecilia Lindskog, will present "The Human Protein Atlas - implications for human biology and precision medicine", at the meeting "Clinical Proteomics: towards personalized medicine and health", at B-Debate, International Center for Scientific Debate in Barcelona. Her talk is on November 7, at His talk will be at His talk is scheduled at She will give a presentation on "Integration of transcriptomics and antibody-based proteomics for exploration of cell type-specific expression patterns".
Monday October 1: At During the session Neurodegenerative Diseases, Peter Nilsson presents "Autoantigen Anoctamin 2 associates with increased risk for multiple sclerosis". At Session: Single Cell Proteomics At On September 14, at The session is called "Hacking the Human", addressing the issue "What will it mean to be human when our DNA can be edited, our illnesses cured and our abilities boosted?
The focus will be on novel drug development, immuno-oncology platforms and immuno-oncology therapeutics with the title "Therapeutics for Immuno-Oncology and Beyond". Prof Mathias Uhlen, Director of the Human Protein Atlas program, will open the meeting with a lecture on "The Human Protein Atlas - implications for human biology and drug development". On Wednesday, September 12 at 11 am she will present the Human Protein Atlas and the use of archived biobank tissue for research. Online programme, goto SY On May 31st, Mathias Uhlen will present "The Human Protein Atlas - implications for human biology, drug development and systems medicine".
Final Programme. Nine researchers from KTH in Stockholm will present the work of autoimmunity profiling within the Human Protein Atlas at the 11th international congress on Autoimmunity in Lisbon, Portugal, May Congress site. With ten submitted abstracts, eight were selected for oral presentations in numerous sessions of the congress, meaning that the Human Protein Atlas will span the schedule of the congress with a significant coverage. The detailed schedule for HPA oral and poster presentations is found below: May Cell Culture Engineering conferences are held bi-annually.
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On May 6th Prof. Final programme. Antibodies are invaluable tools in the life sciences.