09-10 February 2012, ITFoM Consortium Meeting
The IT Future of Medicine (ITFoM) Consortium has met in Berlin on 9-10 February 2012 with 120 partners to plan the next steps towards building the 'virtual patient' model.
31 January 2012: ITFoM in the German radio (Deutschlandradio)
Dr. Alexander Kühn (Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin) introduces ITFoM and its potentials in an interview in the German 'Deutschlandradio' (GERMAN).
30 January 2012: Radio-Broadcast about ITFoM in Autrian Radio Ö1
The broadcast in the Austrian Radio Ö1 'Wissen Aktuell' from January 2012 introduces ITFoM and its goal to foster personalized medicine with the 'virtual twin' over the next years. Prof. Angela Brand (Maastricht University) explains the underlying concept and its implications for the future health care systems (GERMAN language).
20 January 2012: Patients in the Waiting Room
The article by Jana Schlütter has been published in the Reflex magazine.ch - Special Issue on the EU FET-Flagships.
Illustrations by Cédric Marendaz.
"The idea is to create a digital twin for each human being. This avatar will help doctors understand what makes each person different and therefore what treatments might be appropriate."
22 December 2011: ITFoM - The IT Future of Medicine
Published in the 'Procedia Computer Science' journal on the Proceedings of the 2nd European Future Technologies Conference and Exhibition 2011 (FET 11).
08 December 2012: ITFoM in the Spanish online news 'Pùblico.es'
IT Future of Medicine is introduced among the other FET-Flagships in this online article from Pùblico.es.
01 December 2011: Symposium on "Precision Work in Metabolic Health" in Utrecht, The Netherlands
30 November 2011: Dr. Alexander Kühn from Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics wins 1st price in essay competition by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research
Dr. Kühn has won the 1st price in an essay competition by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the German DIE WELT.