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Biobanking, big data research and the remaking of medicine

Tijdstip:

15 december 2017 09u00 - 15 december 2017 18u00

Doelgroep:

Doctors

Locatie:

Marriott Hotel, Korenlei 10, 9000 Ghent

Contact persoon:

sigrid.sterckx@ugent.be or kasper.raus@uzgent.be

Programma:

​International conference organised by Ghent University Hospital and Bioethics Institute Ghent, Ghent University

Programme:

  • 9.00 am: Welcome and opening words - prof. dr. Petra De Sutter, Ghent University Hospital, Faculty of Medicine Ghent University, senator and MP Council of Europe

  • 09.10 am: Introduction I: The making of medicine - prof. dr. Eric Mortier, CEO of Ghent University Hospital

  • 09.30 am: Introduction II: The remaking of medicine: scenes from a marriage between the public sector and the private sector - prof. Sigrid Sterckx, Bioethics Institute Ghent, Ghent University and Research Associate, Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies, Oxford University

  • 10.00 am: Biobanking. A few practical and legal considerations from the private sector - Marc Martens, partner and Co-Head, International Life Sciences and Healthcare group, Bird and Bird

  • 10.30 am: Q and A

  • 10.45 am: Coffee, tea and refreshments

  • 11.05 am: Do biobank participants deserve property rights? If so, which ones? - prof. Donna Dickenson, professor Emeritus University of London

  • 11.35 am: Q and A

  • 11.50 am: The public and private interests in biobanking. The case against a property-based approach to regulation - prof. Jonathan Herring, Law Faculty, Oxford University

  • 12.20 pm: Q and A

  • 12.35 pm: Lunch

  • 13.35 pm: The remaking of medicine by re-using real world (big) data - Bart Vannieuwenhuyse, Senior Director Health Information Sciences, Janssen (Johnson and Johnson

  • 14.05 pm: Q and A

  • 14.20: The ethics of automated algorithm-based medical decision making - dr. Brent Mittelstadt, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford 

  • 14.50 pm: Q and A

  • 15.05 pm: Replication, falsification and big data: Historical and Philosophical Perspectives - Brian Earp, Associate Director, Yale-Hastins program in Ethics and Health Policy, Yale University, New Haven and The Hastings Center, New York

  • 15.35 pm: Q and A

  • 15.50 pm: Coffee, tea and refreshments

  • 16.10 pm: Some ethical implications of the epistemological quagmire surrounding Big Data - prof. dr. John lonnidis, School of Medicine and co-Director, Meta-research Innovation Center, Stanford University

  • 16.40 pm: Q and A

  • 16.55 pm: Panel debate with the speakers - moderated by prof. dr. Johan Decruyenaere, Department of Internal Medicine, Ghent University and President, Platform for Medical Innovation, Ghent University Hospital and prof. dr. Sigrid Sterckx, Bioethics Institute Ghent

  • 17.55 pm: Closing words

  • 18.00 pm: Drinks reception

Practical:

Fee: 100 euro
Register now
More info: sigrid.sterckx@ugent.be or kasper.raus@uzgent.be

Organizing Committee:

Prof. dr. Johan Decruyenaere, prof. dr. Eric Mortier, prof. dr. Ingrid Sterckx, drs. Bert Vanderhaegen, prof. dr. Koenraad Vandewoude