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Mon 22 Aug
09:00-16:30 | Hotel Skt. Petri, Copenhagen
Benzon Symposium no.62 – Genome Instability and Neurodegeneration
The Benzon Symposia are international conferences on front line research in medical, pharmaceutical, and related sciences funded by the Alfred Benzon Foundation. The concept of the 62nd Benzon Symposium is to bring together the world’s leading scientists from two research fields: DNA damage/repair and neuroscience, in order to facilitate collaboration and open up new avenues for research. The intention is to create an intense and interactive environment for both young and experienced scientists. The 62nd Benzon Symposium will highlight recent major advances in our knowledge of how DNA damage and repair affect the developing and mature nervous system, and relate this to strategies for the prevention of neurological disease. A key purpose is to gather together leading scientists within different fields of biology to facilitate the exchange of methodologies and conceptual thinking. The result should improve our understanding of neural homeostasis in healthy and diseased brain, and help to identify potential preventative or therapeutic avenues for alleviating the pathological consequences of neurodegenerative disorders.
Tue 23 Aug
09:00-16:30 | Hotel Skt. Petri, Copenhagen
Benzon Symposium no.62 – Genome Instability and Neurodegeneration
The Benzon Symposia are international conferences on front line research in medical, pharmaceutical, and related sciences funded by the Alfred Benzon Foundation. The concept of the 62nd Benzon Symposium is to bring together the world’s leading scientists from two research fields: DNA damage/repair and neuroscience, in order to facilitate collaboration and open up new avenues for research. The intention is to create an intense and interactive environment for both young and experienced scientists. The 62nd Benzon Symposium will highlight recent major advances in our knowledge of how DNA damage and repair affect the developing and mature nervous system, and relate this to strategies for the prevention of neurological disease. A key purpose is to gather together leading scientists within different fields of biology to facilitate the exchange of methodologies and conceptual thinking. The result should improve our understanding of neural homeostasis in healthy and diseased brain, and help to identify potential preventative or therapeutic avenues for alleviating the pathological consequences of neurodegenerative disorders.
Tue 23 Aug
12:00-14:00 | Small Anatomy Auditorium (Building 1231, Room 424), Aarhus University
Inaugural lectureby Prof. Marco Capogna, Dept. Biomedicine, Aarhus University
Lecture on "Key role of GABAergic neurons in health and disease". The lecture will be followed by an informal reception in Building 1231, Room 114 (Kollokvierummet).
Wed 24 Aug
09:00-16:30 | Hotel Skt. Petri, Copenhagen
Benzon Symposium no.62 – Genome Instability and Neurodegeneration
The Benzon Symposia are international conferences on front line research in medical, pharmaceutical, and related sciences funded by the Alfred Benzon Foundation. The concept of the 62nd Benzon Symposium is to bring together the world’s leading scientists from two research fields: DNA damage/repair and neuroscience, in order to facilitate collaboration and open up new avenues for research. The intention is to create an intense and interactive environment for both young and experienced scientists. The 62nd Benzon Symposium will highlight recent major advances in our knowledge of how DNA damage and repair affect the developing and mature nervous system, and relate this to strategies for the prevention of neurological disease. A key purpose is to gather together leading scientists within different fields of biology to facilitate the exchange of methodologies and conceptual thinking. The result should improve our understanding of neural homeostasis in healthy and diseased brain, and help to identify potential preventative or therapeutic avenues for alleviating the pathological consequences of neurodegenerative disorders.
Thu 25 Aug
08:00-17:00 |
The 2nd Annual Danish Bioinformatics Conference
The two-day meeting provides attendees with opportunities to share and discuss their latest findings, and learn about the newest national and international developments within computational proteomics, machine learning in bioinformatics, network biology in disease, non-coding RNA bioinformatics, population genetics and evolution, and transcriptomics and transcriptional regulation.
Thu 25 Aug
09:00-16:30 | Hotel Skt. Petri, Copenhagen
Benzon Symposium no.62 – Genome Instability and Neurodegeneration
The Benzon Symposia are international conferences on front line research in medical, pharmaceutical, and related sciences funded by the Alfred Benzon Foundation. The concept of the 62nd Benzon Symposium is to bring together the world’s leading scientists from two research fields: DNA damage/repair and neuroscience, in order to facilitate collaboration and open up new avenues for research. The intention is to create an intense and interactive environment for both young and experienced scientists. The 62nd Benzon Symposium will highlight recent major advances in our knowledge of how DNA damage and repair affect the developing and mature nervous system, and relate this to strategies for the prevention of neurological disease. A key purpose is to gather together leading scientists within different fields of biology to facilitate the exchange of methodologies and conceptual thinking. The result should improve our understanding of neural homeostasis in healthy and diseased brain, and help to identify potential preventative or therapeutic avenues for alleviating the pathological consequences of neurodegenerative disorders.
Fri 26 Aug
08:00-17:00 |
The 2nd Annual Danish Bioinformatics Conference
The two-day meeting provides attendees with opportunities to share and discuss their latest findings, and learn about the newest national and international developments within computational proteomics, machine learning in bioinformatics, network biology in disease, non-coding RNA bioinformatics, population genetics and evolution, and transcriptomics and transcriptional regulation.
Fri 26 Aug
09:00-16:30 | Hotel Skt. Petri, Copenhagen
Benzon Symposium no.62 – Genome Instability and Neurodegeneration
The Benzon Symposia are international conferences on front line research in medical, pharmaceutical, and related sciences funded by the Alfred Benzon Foundation. The concept of the 62nd Benzon Symposium is to bring together the world’s leading scientists from two research fields: DNA damage/repair and neuroscience, in order to facilitate collaboration and open up new avenues for research. The intention is to create an intense and interactive environment for both young and experienced scientists. The 62nd Benzon Symposium will highlight recent major advances in our knowledge of how DNA damage and repair affect the developing and mature nervous system, and relate this to strategies for the prevention of neurological disease. A key purpose is to gather together leading scientists within different fields of biology to facilitate the exchange of methodologies and conceptual thinking. The result should improve our understanding of neural homeostasis in healthy and diseased brain, and help to identify potential preventative or therapeutic avenues for alleviating the pathological consequences of neurodegenerative disorders.
Sat 27 Aug
08:00-17:00 | ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Latsis Symposium 2016: "Personalized Medicine - Challenges and Opportunities"
This year’s prestigious Latsis Symposium at ETH Zurich is organized jointly by the Competence Center Personalized Medicine and the IT’IS Foundation to discuss - for the first time - the entire multidisciplinary spectrum of research, technologies, and innovations in personalized medicine, ranging from genomics to simulations of virtual patient models. The program involves a selection of invited leading experts from the clinics, universities, regulators and industry delivering keynote and plenary talks, with poster sessions providing the ideal platform for in-depth discussions, fruitful exchange across scientific disciplines and innovative thinking.
Sun 28 Aug
08:00-17:00 | ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Latsis Symposium 2016: "Personalized Medicine - Challenges and Opportunities"
This year’s prestigious Latsis Symposium at ETH Zurich is organized jointly by the Competence Center Personalized Medicine and the IT’IS Foundation to discuss - for the first time - the entire multidisciplinary spectrum of research, technologies, and innovations in personalized medicine, ranging from genomics to simulations of virtual patient models. The program involves a selection of invited leading experts from the clinics, universities, regulators and industry delivering keynote and plenary talks, with poster sessions providing the ideal platform for in-depth discussions, fruitful exchange across scientific disciplines and innovative thinking.

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