Speakers

We are happy to announce the speakers for the 2019 conference:

(version November 30)

Lucien Engelen

Radboudumc - REshape Center

09.30-10.15 
Keynote lecture

Winter is coming

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Rinse Weersma

11.30-13.00
Prediction session

The gut microbiome in health and disease

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Chantal Kemner

UMCU

11.30-13.00
Prediction session 

Understanding (and ultimately predicting) individual differences in brain development and child behavior 

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Wiesje van der Flier

Amsterdam UMC

11.30-13.00
Prediction session

Towards individualized risk profiling in patients with mild cognitive impairment 

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Peter Paul van Benthem

LUMC - Federation Medical Specialists

11.30-13.00
Participation session

Do clinical research together! 

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Lex Bouter

VUmc

11.30-13.00
Participation session

Research integrity, transparency and data 

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Irene van Langen

UMCG

14.30-16.00
Prevention session

Expanded Carrier Screening (ECS) offered by the GP: Results of an implementation pilot study 

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Vincent Jaddoe

Erasmus MC - Generation R Study

14.30-16.00
Prevention session

Biobanks in pregnancy and child cohort studies; Innovative Research on Healthy Start  

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Andre Dekker

MAASTRO clinics

14.30-16.00

Prevention session

Citizen-centred big data for health care, prevention and research – The Personal Health Train 

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Edwin Cuppen

UMCU - Hartwig Medical Foundation

14.30-16.00
Personalization session

Tumor whole genome sequencing for personalized cancer treatment 

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Paul van Diest

UMCU

14.30-16.00
Personalization session

PIE: The Dutch national platform for exchange of whole slide images 

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Xander Verbeek

IKNL

14.30-16.00
Personalization session (presenting together with Ignace d'Hingh)

From FAIR data to FAIR knowledge – towards bridging the gap for clinical practice

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Ignace d'Hingh

Catharina Cancer Institute Eindhoven

14.30-16.00
Personalization session (presenting together with Xander Verbeek)

From FAIR data to FAIR knowledge – towards bridging the gap for clinical practice

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