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Workshop & Panel
We cordially invite you to join the first Berlin Translational Dialogue, a Workshop & Panel on Sunday, November 8th, 2015. The event will take place between 12-5pm in the Microsoft Atrium Berlin, Unter den Linden 17, 10117 Berlin.
Hosted by Elsevier, this half-day workshop will bring together leading international and Berlin-based experts from translation-focused biomedical research institutions
Kenneth Chien, Prof. Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Cardiac development & regeneration, Entrepreneur & pioneer in mRNA therapeutics
Erwin Böttinger, Prof. Mount Sinai Hospital NYC; Incoming Director of the Berlin, Institute of Health, Systems- and Personalized Medicine, Nephrology, Diabetes & Metabolism
Ulrich Dirnagl, Prof. Charité, Berlin; German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases 4, Interception of acute brain damage; quality standards in experimental & clinical trial design and reporting
Nikolaus Rajewsky, Prof. MDC & Charité, Berlin; Founding Director of the Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology, Quantitative and Systems Biology in health and diseases
Michaela Frye, PI Cambridge Stem Cell Institute (UK), non-coding RNA modifications in the control of stem cell fate and human diseases
Michael A. Teitell, Prof. of Pathology, Pediatrics & Bioengineering, UCLA)
to foster an open dialogue among Berlin-based institutions and discuss Berlin's future as a center of systems-, personalized-, prescription-, functional-, and bydesign medicine.
JOIN THE DEBATE with our international speakers and
Karl Max Einhäupl (Chairman of the Board, Charité),
Thomas Sommer (acting Director, MDC)
Erwin Böttinger (Chairman, BIH)
during our INTERACTIVE PANEL — Chaired by Stefan H.E. Kaufmann (MPIIB, Berlin)
to explore mechanisms of translational success: new scientific approaches and partnerships; creating an open and collaborative research culture; implementing shared infrastructure; new processes and incentive schemes.
Interact with Senior Elsevier & Cell Press representatives (incl. Emilie Marcus, CEO Cell Press; Nick Fowler, Managing Director, Research-Management etc.).
Since places are limited, please kindly RSVP to t.schwarz-romond(at)elsevier.com. We will issue formal entrancetickets on a first-comes first served basis by regular mail.
We look very much forward welcoming you to the first Berlin Translational Dialogue.
On behalf of the entire organizing team and with my best regards!
Thomas Schwarz-Romond, PhD/MBA
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November 8, 2015
12.00 - 5.00 pm
Microsoft Atrium Berlin
Unter den Linden 17 | 10117 Berlin
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