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Symposium 2023

On November 23rd, the ATHENA symposium Data driven Innovation in Personalized Medicine and Care, was organized.

Check out the highlights and key messages here!

Watch the full symposium here!

Part 0. Keynote talk on "Standardizing analytics to scale up Real World Evidence in Europe" by Dani Prieto-Alhambra - Health Data Sciences at Oxford University, Erasmus MC

Part 1. Opportunities in personalized medicine

- Lessons learned from ATHENA in NMIBC - Frank Van der Aa - UZ Leuven, KU Leuven

- Deep diving into treatment algorithms in Multiple Myeloma - Michel Delforge - UZ Leuven, KU Leuven

Part 2. Legal ethical framework

- The triangular relationship between data subject, holder, and user: Inescapable but surmountable? - Griet Verhenneman - UGent, KU Leuven, UZ Leuven

- From patient journey to data governance model: Balancing data value against privacy - Magali Feys - AContrario.Law, Anonos

Part 3. Data challenges and opportunities

- Challenges and solutions for privacy preserving data reuse in research - Michel Van Speybroeck - Janssen Pharmaceutica

- Federated Learning: Experience from The Netherlands - Andre Dekker - Maastricht University, MAASTRO

Part 4. Advanced analytics

- Federated machine learning of omics and clinical data - Yves Moreau - KU Leuven

- Building OSCAR a one stop shop for clinical research: The experience from Denmark and lessons for Europe - Troels Bierman Mortensen - DataFair

Part 5. Round table

Moderated by Ann Van Gysel - MEDVIA

You can find some pictures of the event here.

     

       

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Production and photography by Yve Van der Donck and Wim Van De Cruys from QbD Business & Communications, commissioned by ATHENA.

The program and speaker slides can be found below.

 

12:50

Welcome note

Ingrid Maes - Inovigate

 

13:00

Keynote talk: Standardizing analytics to scale up Real World Evidence in Europe

Dani Prieto-Alhambra - Health Data Sciences at Oxford University, Erasmus MC

 

13:45

Introduction session 1 -  Opportunities in personalized medicine

Martine Lewi - Janssen Pharmaceutica

 

13:50

Lessons learned from ATHENA in NMIBC

Frank Van der Aa - UZ Leuven, KU Leuven

 

14:10

Deep diving into treatment algorithms in Multiple Myeloma

Michel Delforge - UZ Leuven, KU Leuven

 

15:00

Introduction session 2 - Legal ethical framework

Ingrid Maes - Inovigate

 

15:05

The triangular relationship between data subject, holder, and user: Inescapable but surmountable?

Griet Verhenneman - KU Leuven, UZ Leuven

 

15:25

From patient journey to data governance model: Balancing data value against privacy

Magali Feys - AContrario.Law, Anonos

 

15:45

 Introduction session 3 - Data challenges and opportunities

Roel Wuyts - imec

 

15:50

Challenges and solutions for privacy preserving data reuse in research

Michel Van Speybroeck - Janssen Pharmaceutica

 

16:10

Federated Learning: Experience from The Netherlands

Andre Dekker - Maastricht University, MAASTRO Clinic

 

17:00

Introduction session 4 - Advanced analytics

Valerie Vandeweerd - Janssen Pharmaceutica

 

17:05

Federated machine learning of omics and clinical data

Yves Moreau - KU Leuven

 

17:25

Building OSCAR a one stop shop for clinical research: The experience from Denmark and lessons for Europe

Troels Bierman Mortensen - DataFair

 

17:45

Round table

Moderated by Ann Van Gysel - MEDVIA

 

18:30

Closing remarks

Bart Vannieuwenhuyse - Janssen Pharmaceutica

Updates

Back Future Summits 2022

17/05/2022
Future summits

ATHENA partner imec presents @ Future Summits 2022

May 17-18, Antwerp, Belgium

Roel Wuyts (WP lead, imec) shows how imec collaborates in tackling key challenges like making data available securely, developing AI that respects the privacy of data, or designing sustainable and scalable systems.

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EM-103424 | DATE OF PREPARATION: JUNE 2022