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Future Medicine Science Match 2020

Verlag Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin Institute of Health

Future Medicine Science Match 2020 will feature outstanding international scientists, great visions of the future of medicine, and an exceptional concentration of knowledge.

What does the future of medicine look like? What’s trending? What’s new in health science? Which challanges is the health system facing? Learn about the answers to these questions and more at the 5th Future Medicine Science Match Conference on November 7th, 2020.

About 50 top scientists from leading Berlin institutions and international partners will present cuttingedge translational medicine in short 3-minute presentations, conference language is English. Attracting up to 800 participants, the target audiences of this event are academics, young professionals, healthcare industry, venture capital, funding institutions and policy makers.

This year’s focus: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE

AI and Basic Medical Research

Chair: Dr. Roland Schwarz, Group Leader Evolutionary and Cancer Genomics, Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology (BIMSB), Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association (MDC) – “With genetic sequencing, single cell analysis or the investigation of metabolic processes, the modern life sciences generate incredible amounts of data every day: Artificial intelligence helps to gain knowledge from this data.”

AI and Decision Making in Medicine

Chair: Prof. Petra Ritter, Johanna Quandt Professor for Brain Simulation, Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) and Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin  – “What are the latest achievements for AI in clinical decision making? We will cover recent developments: from novel algorithms to processing sensitive data and related ethical and legal questions.”

AI and SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19

Chair: Prof. Sylvia Thun, Director Core Unit eHealth and Interoperability (CEI), Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) and Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin – “AI can build an intelligent platform for monitoring and prediction of the spread of this virus. Beside that AI can help to fight against COVID-19 by early detection and diagnosis of the infection, delivering information about drug research, pharmacologic treatment, vaccines development and prevention of the disease. How can your algorithm overcome the COVID crisis?”

TOP- CLASS SPEAKER

In addition to exciting short presentations and an interesting debate, we look forward to the following speakers for this year’s conference:

Anja Karliczek (Federal Minister of Research and Education  (BMBF))
Thomas Jarzombek (Representative of the BMWi for the digital economy and start-ups)
Pawel Swieboda (Director of the Human Brain Project, CEO, EBRAINS AISBL)
Prof. Dr. Juliane Fluck (Head of Knowledge Management, ZB MED, NFDI4Health)
Manouchehr Shamsrizi (gamelab.berlin of Humboldt-Universität’s Cluster of Excellence

PITCH PERFECT 2020: VOTE NOW!

This year there will be a public vote for the first time – we are looking for the “Pitch Perfect 2020”. All applications are available for selection, and each of the AI projects presented will enter the race. At https://dialog.tagesspiegel.de/future-medicine/science-pitch/ everyone can already vote for their favorite among the most innovative research projects. The audience award is endowed with 500 Euro. The prize is supported and presented by Joachim Haes (Intuitive Surgical).

The public vote ends on November 7, 2020 at 12 pm (CET).

PUBLIC CONFERENCE VIA LIVESTREAM. FOLLOWED BY A DIGITAL GET-TOGETHER.

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