ERS Postgraduate Course: Patient specific modelling and systems biology living labs workshop

ERS Postgraduate courses provide medical practitioners with the opportunity to align their current procedures with the latest clinical best practice. The courses are linked to specific modules of the Harmonised Education in Respiratory Medicine for European Specialists (HERMES) syllabus.

Course Details

Date: 1 September 2012
Location: Vienna, Austria
Time: 14:00-17:30
Chairs:

C. Brightling (Leicester, United Kingdom)

I. Horvath (Budapest, Hungary)

Course Description

This course will provide an overview of the concept of patient specific modelling and the potential for the use of patient specific models in personalised medicine. The course will demonstrate the use of patient specific models using example problems submitted by attendees, and teach the concepts of systems medicine.

Course material is distributed onsite in the form of a course booklet.

Target Audience

Pulmonologists, respiratory physicians, clinical researchers, general practitioners, research fellows, trainees, radiologists, thoracic surgeons and basic scientists.

Registration Fees

Standard: 60€

Onsite: 60€

To register for this course please click here.

Case Presentations

For all enquiries and to submit a case presentations email school@ersnet.org

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This project is an FP7 Large Scale Integrating Project (IP)

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