The Future of Precision Medicine Symposium in 2022
Presentation of Speakers
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The Future of Precision Medicine Symposium series was launched in 2021 with great success; we are now excited to announce the second edition: The Future of Precision Medicine Symposium – 2022. The Symposium marks major innovations in precision diabetes medicine from cutting-edge research through clinical implementation.
The discovery of insulin 100 years ago was a true breakthrough and lifesaver in the treatment of people with diabetes. However, despite being around for a century, insulin and other means of treatment, often deployed in a one-size-fits-all manner, still fail to take most people to a level of control that normalizes morbidity and mortality. Precision medicine, the tailoring of disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment strategies based on an individual’s genetics and other biomarkers, lifestyle and environment, does just that, by helping optimise medical decisions.
This two-day symposium on the Future of Precision Medicine will explore diverse aspects of precision diabetes medicine, featuring lectures and panel discussions on:
-The lived experience
-The role of AI
-The ADA/EASD Precision Diabetes Medicine Initiative
-Precision medicine: deal or no deal?
The symposium will also celebrate the winner of the EFSD and Novo Nordisk Foundation Precision Diabetes Medicine Award. The award honours innovative research in both clinical and basic science that is likely to minimise the future burden of diabetes and other chronic disease.
17 November 9:00 AM – 18 November 3:30 PM
Registration is free. Sign up here.
NB. Due to the limited number of seats at the symposium and to ensure a diverse audience, all registrations will need to be approved. Therefore, you do not automatically get a seat at the symposium by registering.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation will notify you if you have received a seat.
Did you miss the The Future of Precision Medicine Symposium in 2021? Or do you want to get re-acquainted with the talks and discussions from last year? Click here