Implementing Pharmacogenomics in Modern Health Care

A scientific meeting of the Human Genome Variation Society

(satellite meeting to the European Society of Human Genetics' Annual Meeting)

The promises of precision medicine have been made for some years now. Unfortunately, the number of adverse reactions to drug treatments is increasing and a significant number of individuals to do not derive any benefit for the top 10 grossing drugs prescribed. Advances in the field of genetics have allowed us to better understand the impact of variation on drug response and to create more precise drug-response predictions. However, advances in genetic technologies have surpassed our ability to interpret the vast amounts of knowledge being generated and clinical implementation of these discoveries lags behind. How known and novel genetic variants impact drug efficacy includes their identification, interpretation and utilization to improve outcomes for individuals taking these drugs. This scientific meeting of the Human Genome Variation Society will provide an opportunity for individuals to hear the latest research on all of these topics.

Abstracts - Close 16th April 2017

CLOSING DATE - 16th APRIL 2017  (no further extensions)

We invite abstracts to be submitted to the meeting within the theme of Pharmacogenomics for consideration as both oral and poster presentations. We also welcome other abstracts with general "variation" themes. Abstracts within the theme will be given priority for oral presentations. Please follow instructions on the Abstract page.

Topics

Genomic variation and the risk of diabetes in users of antipsychotics based on Danish population- based data (exact title TBA)

Dr Christiane Gasse
 

Pharmacogenetic testing; towards common practice in daily health care

Dr Marjolein Kriek

 

Minimum Information required for a DMET Experiment reporting

Judit Kumuthini

 

Pharmacogenomics and epigenetics of drug transporters

Prof. Matthias Schwab


Clinical Implementation of Pharmacogenetics in Europe: do YOU already have your DNA passport? 

Prof. Ron HN van Schaik


...and more

Speakers

Gasse, Christiane

Associate Professor, National Centre for Register-based Research (NCRR)
Dr. rer.medic. Christiane Gasse, R.Pharm Associate professor National Center for... More

Kriek, Marjolein

Clinical Geneticist, Department of Clinical Genetics, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, The Netherlands
Title TBA. Implementation of Pharmacogenomics into Clinical Practice. Kriek, Marjolein, MD,... More

Kumuthini, Judit

Bioinformatics Human Capital Development Manager, Centre for Proteomic and Genomic Research
I am currently the Bioinformatics Human Capital Development Manager at the Centre for Proteomic... More

Schwab, Matthias

Professor and Chair of Clinical Pharmacology
Pharmacogenomics and epigenetics of drug transporters Professor and Chair of Clinical... More

van Schaik, Ron H.N.

Professor, Dept. Clinical Chemistry Erasmus MC Rotterdam
Clinical Implementation of Pharmacogenetics in Europe: do YOU already have your DNA passport? ... More

Schedule

Friday 26th May 2017

Registration opens: 8.00 am 

Meeting begins: 9.00 am

Meeting Ends: 5.00 pm

Registration

EARLYBIRD ENDS 26th April 2017 | Group discount - for 2 or more registrations made at the same time.

HGVS Member

This category is available for HGVS members only. You may join the Society during the registration process here if you like. The cost is US$50 (Euro 46.7).

  • HGVS Member: Delegate Registration

    €165.00

Not - HGVS Member

Delegates who are not members of the Society and who do not wish to join should register in this category.

  • Non-Member: Delegate Registration

    €190.00 (1 person)

    €145.00 (2 people or more)

Postgraduate Trainees

Applies to MSc and PhD students ONLY.  

Please provide a confirmation signed by the head of your department at the moment of your registration by email to: rania (at) meeting-makers.com. Confirmation handed in at a later stage cannot be considered.

  • Postgraduate Trainees

    Applies to MSc and PhD students ONLY. Please privide a confirmation signed by the head of your department at the moment of your registration by email to: rania (at) meeting-makers.com. Confirmation handed in at a later stage cannot be considered.

    €110.00

Location

Nearest Train & Subway Station: Oerestad (outside hotel) Nearby Bella Center Copenhagen: Distance to Hotel: 0.93 MI/ 1.5 KM North, 1 metro station or short walk.

Venue

Crown Plaza Copenhagen Towers
Room: Everest Ballroom 3
Orestads Boulevard 114-118
Copenhagen
Denmark 2300


Event Organiser

Rania Horaitis


Email Organiser

Implementing Pharmacogenomics in Modern Health Care

26th May 2017 - 26th May 2017
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Crown Plaza Copenhagen Towers, Room: Everest Ballroom 3 Orestads Boulevard 114-118 Copenhagen Denmark 2300