CONFERENCE

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PERSONALIZED MEDICINE

PATRONAGE

Dear All,

We have a pleasure and honor to invite you to participate in the 3rd International Conference on Personalized Medicine – a unique event that for the last three years has been a platform for the exchange of knowledge and experience as well as an opportunity to meet experts who deal with broadly understood healthcare. The forum is an interdisciplinary, multidimensional sphere for the presentation and discussion of viewpoints of patients and doctors as well as representatives of government institutions and public administration. The Forum’s significance has been increasing year by year, making the International Conference on Personalized Medicine enter the calendar of key events addressed to the most important stakeholders of the medical market. Inspiring lectures, discussion panels and debates with the participation of Polish and international experts, devoted to medical, economic or technological aspects, will be a unique opportunity to discuss the development of personalized medicine in Poland.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Warsaw for the 3rd International Forum on Personalized Medicine.

 

Professor Zbigniew Gaciong, MD, PhD, DSc                                                                                                                        Doctor Beata Jagielska, MD, PhD

Scientific Program Committee Chair                                                                                                                                       Organizing Committee Chair

Organizer: Polish Coalition for Personalized Medicine – Association

Polish Coalition for Personalized Medicine – Association (PKMP) was established on December 17, 2015 in Warsaw. It brings together patient organizations, medical professionals, scientists, service providers, politicians, technology providers and the media. PKMP strives to create conditions conducive to the development of personalized medicine in Poland by supporting the process of legislative and systemic changes in this area, as well as education in the field of personalized medicine solutions.

PROGRAM

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Session I
Personalized Medicine in 2018 - where are we now and where are we heading?

Welcome and Introduction.

9.00-9.05

Beata Jagielska, Dr n. med. (PhD, MD), President of the Polish Alliance on Personalized Medicine and Zbigniew Gaciong Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc) President of the Polish Society on Personalized Medicine

The place of personalised medicine in innovative economy.

9.05-9.15

(TBC)

The role of personalized medicine in the Polish health system.

9.15-9.25

Łukasz Szumowski, Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc), Minister of Health

The role and importance of personalized medicine in oncology.

9.25-9.35

Jan Walewski, Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc), Director, Oncology Centre – Institute

The role of clinical research in personalized medicine.

9.35-9.45

Grzegorz Cessak, Dr n. o zdr. (PhD, Health Sciences), President of the Office for Registration of Medicinal Products, Medical Devices and Biocidal Products

Introduction to personalized medicine.

9.45-9.55

Dariusz Śladowski, Dr hab. n. med. (PhD, MD, DSc), Medical University of Warsaw

European policy aspects of personalized medicine.

9.55-10.05

European Medicines Agency (TBC)

Legal aspects of personalized medicine in Poland.

10.05-10.15

Mateusz Mądry, Dr (PhD),  Office for Registration of Medicinal Products, Medical Devices and Biocidal Products

The use of large-scale genomic and radiomic methods for identification of novel markers for personalised diagnosis and therapy of lung cancer - personal experience of MOBIT project at Medical University of Bialystok.

10.15-10.25

Marcin Moniuszko, Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc), Vice Rector for Scientific Affairs and Head of Department of Regenerative Medicine and Immune Regulation, Medical University of Bialystok

Morning coffee
Session II
Personalization of treatment as an added value for patients.

Personalized medicine in Europe from the patients' perspective - achievements and challenges.

10.40-10.55

Francesco De Lorenzo, Professor, President, European Cancer Patient Coalition (TBC)

Medical registry and clinical practice.

10.55-11.05

Joanna Didkowska, Dr (PhD), Head of the Department of Epidemiology and Cancer Prevention, Oncology Centre – Institute

Perspectives of developing care and treatment personalization for patients in Poland.

11.05-11.30

Panel discussion chaired by Ewa Borek, President, Fundacja MY PACJENCI/WE PATIENTS Foundation.

Discussion panel participants:

  • Marek Woch, PhD, National Health Fund
  • Marcin Węgrzyniak, Director, Centre for Health Care Information Systems
  • Iga Gierblińska, Director, Institute of Health Communication.

Session III
Theranostics as a personalized medicine challenge. Addressing the good quality issue in diagnostics.

Personalised Medicine for Cartilage Damage: Where Are We Now?

11.30-12.00

Dragan Primorac, Professor, PhD, MD, Professor at Medical Schools in Split, Osijek and Rijeka in Croatia,  Member of International Personalised Medicine Coalition.

„State-of-the-art” in personalized medicine.

12.00-12.10

Maciej Krzakowski, Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc), Oncology Centre-Institute, National Consultant in Clinical Oncology

Molecular and non-molecular predictors in personalized oncology on the example of lung cancer.

12.10-12.20

Rodryg Ramlau, Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc), Oncology Centre-Institute, National Consultant in Clinical Oncology

The quality challenge in clinical genetics.

12.20-12.30

Maria Sąsiadek, Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc) , Wroclaw Medical University, National Consultant in Clinical Genetics

Challenges for pathomorphology from the perspective of therapy individualization.

12.30-12.40

Andrzej Marszałek, Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc), Poznań Univeristy of Medical Sciences, and Wielkopolskie Centrum Onkologii w Poznaniu/Wielkopolskie Oncology Centre in Poznan, President,  Polish Society of Pathologists

Quality standards in accreditation process.

12.40-12.50

Halina Kutaj-Wąsikowska, Director, Centrum Monitorowania Jakości w Ochronie Zdrowia / Polish National Center for Quality Assessment in Health Care

Q&A session, summary.

12.50-13.00
Lunch
Session IV
Economy in personalized medicine.
Session V
Biotechnology and bioinformatics in personalized medicine.

Genomic profiling - evolution in personalizing oncological treatment.

15.20-15.35

Rafał Dziadziuszko, Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc), Medical University of Gdańsk, National Consultant for oncological radiotherapy

Differential clinical responses of EML4-ALK fusion variants to ALK inhibitors.

15.35-15.50

Richard Bayliss, Professor, BA, PhD, School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Leeds, UK

Bioinformatics for Precision Medicine.

15.50-16.05

Janusz Homa, President, Ardigen S.A.

Afternoon tea
Oxford-style Debate

Do we need personalized medicine?

16.30-17.45

Chair:  Jarosław Pinkas, MD, PhD, Secretary of State, Chancellery of the Prime Minister

 

  • Affirmative Team Leader: Jacek Fijuth, Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc)
  • Negative Team Leader: Zbigniew Gaciong, Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc)
  • Audience Voting.

Summary and recommendations

17.45-18.00

Beata Jagielska, Dr n. med. (PhD, MD), President of the Polish Alliance on Personalized Medicine and Zbigniew Gaciong Prof. dr hab. n. med. (Professor, PhD, MD, DSc) President of the Polish Society on Personalized Medicine.

REGISTRATION

RULES FOR REGISTRATION FOR THE III INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PERSONALIZED MEDICINE

The condition for participation in the event is to register at www.IIIMFMP.evenea.pl or directly through the active form available below.

FREE OF CHARGE PARTICIPATION

LOCATION

The Olympic Center

Wybrzeże Gdyńskie 4,
00-001 Warszawa

 

The Olympic Center is a prestigious conference venue that attracts attention with its original modern architecture and attractive location. Located at the intersection of important thoroughfares of Warsaw (Aleja Prymasa Tysiąclecia and Wisłostrada), it is well connected with the city center, also by public transport – 8 bus lines, nearby metro station and many tram lines. The Olympic Center is located 12 km from the city center and 17 km from the international airport. Multifunctional conference rooms and Moonsfera restaurant provide exceptional comfort of meetings and conferences, offering a high standard and modern decor and furnishings.

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