20 December 2018
Presenting the achievements of the SPHN-funded projects
As we advance on our mission to establish nationwide, secure, technical and semantic interoperability of health-related data for personalized health, these seminars are a great opportunity to learn from each other, ask questions and leverage expert know-how from the research teams.
Presenters will talk about the goals and the milestones of their projects, and how they contributed to the development of the SPHN infrastructure. They will also address achievements, challenges and emerging research opportunities.
Participation is subject to registration and restricted to researchers, clinicians and administrators of our partner institutions. Therefore, if you are part of the SPHN community and wish to receive invitations for future seminars, please contact us.
The first presenter in the DCC Seminar and Training series will be:
Christian Lovis, MD, MPH, FACMI
Professor of Clinical Informatics, University of Geneva,
Head of Medical Information Sciences Division, Geneva University Hospitals
C3-STUDY project (Citizen centered consent)
Monday, 14 January 2019 - 16:00-17:00
Upcoming seminars in 2019
4 February, Development of a governance and quality management system for exchange of patient related data for research purposes, by Jörg Willers (USB)
25 February, SVIP-O Swiss Variant Interpretation Platform for Oncology, by Daniel Stekhoven (ETHZ)
18 March, E-General Consent: Development and Implementation of a Nationwide Harmonized Interactive Electronic General Consent, by Ramon Saccilotto (USB)
29 April, Structured and unstructured information from radiology: DICOM and beyond, by Bram Stieltjes (USB)
20 May, NLP-powered mapping of clinical reports onto SNOMED-CT concepts for tumour classification (NLPforTC), by Thomas Fabbro (USB)
27 May, DeID project (de-identification) and L4CHLAB (LOINC for Swiss Lab) projects, by Christian Lovis (HUG/UniGE)
1 July, Harmonising the collection of health-related data and biospecimens in paediatric hospitals throughout Switzerland, by Claudia Kühni (UniBE)
29 July, Population-wide screens of the human immune repertoire: a reverse personalized-medicine approach by Marc Emmenegger (USZ)