02 December 2012: "Der virtuelle Patient", Projekt Zukunft on DW Television
Interview with Prof. Lehrach on ITFoM and "the virtual patient" on Deutsche Welle Television
01 November 2012: ITFoM-supported publication: An integrated map of genetic variation from 1,092 human genomes (Nature, H. Lehrach, R. Sudbrak)
01 November 2012: ITFoM-supported publication: Insight - Crunching the numbers to boost odds against cancer
Software engineers are moving to the fore in the war on cancer, designing programmes that sift genetic sequencing data at lightning speed and minimal cost to identify patterns in tumours that could lead to the next medical breakthrough.
24 October 2012. World Health Summit: H. Lehrach - The Future of Medicine (and Health), E. Birney - Understanding Genomes with Genetics and Genomic Techniques, K. Solchenbach - High Performance Computing for Life Science
The World Health Summit is an international, multi-sectoral forum for health, which addresses the
most pressing issues in the field of global health.
12-13 October 2012: From Genomes to Networks – New Developments in Complex Disease Analysis
Living organisms are very complex and understanding their organization and function as a whole is a challenge. After decades of accumulation of detailed knowledge about individual genes, proteins, and pathways, we can now tackle a more integrated understanding of the complexity of life.
3-6 October 2012: European Health Forum Gastein (2)
The European Health Forum Gastein is the most important health policy event in the European Union and is a meeting place for experts from different sections of the health system and is fundamentally different from events which are specialised in highly restricted areas.
23-25 September 2012: 15th EUROPEAN CONGRESS on BIOTECHNOLOGY of the European Federation of Biotechnology - ECB15 (2)
The central theme of the 15th European Congress on Biotechnology is Biocrossroads; analyzing the impact of the life sciences industry in addressing humanity’s great challenges, looking at society to see the remaining and emerging needs, and presenting the science that will address these new challenges.