24
Apr
13h30
till
25
Apr
12h30
Symposium
Auditoire Charlotte Olivier - Salle de séminaire 7, CHUV, Lausanne

The MIP Symposium & Stakeholders Workshop : April 24-25th

Published by Philippe Ryvlin on 24.04.2019
Events organised by the Medical Informatics Platform (MIP) and the Department of clinical neuroscience, CHUV. Topic : "Big data" in neuroscience: synergies & challenges in major international initiative

The Medical Informatics Platform (MIP) is one of the most ambitious infrastructure developed in the framework of the EU-founded flagship Human Brain Project.
Currently being deployed in several European hospitals – including France, Italy, Germany and Switzerland – the MIP aims to support federated analysis of vast health-related datasets with a particular focus on neurodegenerative diseases, epilepsy and TBI, among others. Yet, this program is not the only innovative endeavours that combines (big) data science and neuroscience.

A number of other initiatives and programs have been developed over the recent years such as ENIGMA, EMIF and other EU-founded projects in the framework of public-private partnership (e.g. as the Innovative Medicine Initiative (IMI)).

This conference will highlight some of these major programs in order to identify possible future synergies and collaborations with the MIP, as they appear to be more complementary approaches than competing projects. We believe that this endeavour takes place at the right scientific moment where clinical approaches to brain diseases can benefit from advances in personalized medicine and artificial intelligence.

Prof. Jean-François Démonet & Prof. Philippe Ryvlin

PROGRAMME SHOWN OPPOSITE

For more information on the different projects:

https://www.humanbrainproject.eu/en/
http://www.emif.eu/
http://www.enigma.ini.usc.edu/
http://europond.eu/
http://ep-ad.org/
https://www.imi.europa.eu/
https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/219020/factsheet/en

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