9th SwAPP ExEx Meeting - 15th March 2016

Location: Kursaal Bern
Date: 15.3.2016
End Date: 15.03.2016


"Preventive – Predictive – Personalized – Participatory" - P4 Medicine

The event will focus on exploring the changes ahead and on new trends and visions in the field of pharmaceutical medicine including workshops on Clinical Trials, Regulatory Affairs and Medical Devices.

NEW: This year's programme will include an interactive session "Networking for Professionals" moderated by Jessica Fabrizi of One Degree to Connect.

The detailed Programme can be downloaded here.SwAPP ExEx 2016


SwAPP Members: CHF 150.- (Pre-registration only)
Regular Fee / Onsite Registration: CHF 300.-

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13.30h - 15.30h, Plenary Session

Personalized Health Initiative
Andreas Wallnöfer (University Hospital Basel)

Personalized Medicine - Integrating new Standards into Clinical Care
Bernd Kieseier (Biogen, Zug)

Data Sharing / Transparency in Clinical Trials - a view from the Industry
Simon Rotzler (Bayer (Schweiz AG, Zurich)

Becoming Partners: Empowered Participants in the Development of Personalized Medicine
Alessandro Blasimme (University Zurich)

eHealth - Challenges, Hopes and Illusions of New Data Science and Clinical Research
Christian Lovis (Hopitaux Universitaires de Genève, HUG)

SwAPP 2.0 - Fit for the Future
Mirjam Eglin (President SwAPP)

15:30h - 16:30h, Coffee Break
     NEW: Networking for Professionals
     A short session at the beginning of the coffee break on how to network.
     Moderator: Jessica Fabrizi (One Degree to Connect)

16.30h - 18.00h, Parallel Workshops 1 - 3

Workshop 1: Drug Development: Clinical Trials
Roundtable Discussions
Verena Gafner, Thomas Richter (Swissmedic)
Dorothy Pfiffner, Monika Schmid-Appert, Beatrice Giberti Gai (Cantonal Ethics Committees)
Brigitte Meier (BAG/OFSP)

Workshop 2: Drug Development Regulatory Affairs
The Clinical reviewer Evaluation process by Swissmedic for registration of a new drug product
Daniel Lottaz (Swissmedic)

Workshop 3: Medical Devices: Innovation
3D Printed Medical Devices - The Way to Personalised, Regenerative Medicine
Exploring new dimensions: 3D printed biomaterials
Marc Thurner (RegenHu, Bern)

Ankle replacements thanks to 3D printing
Victor Dubois-Ferrière (University Hospitals Geneva, Geneva)

Regulation of 3D printed devices
Margit Widmann (sQmt-R, Solothurn)

Answering patient specific needs with 3D printed surgical solutions
Ralf Schumacher (FHNW, Muttenz & Mimedis, Basel)

Shayesteh Fürst-Ladani (Co-Chair, SwAPP Medical Device Task Force)

18.00h Networking Apéro


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3000 Bern