On 25th and 26th November 2019, the RESTORE First Advanced Therapies Science Meeting will take place in Berlin. The conference will highlight the science behind Advanced Therapies with a jam-packed agenda featuring leaders in science and technology development.
TEDDY members have taken this occasion to bring TEDDY network perspective on advanced therapies in paediatrics. In particular 3 abstracts have been submitted within the Special workshop section about Big Data and Re-thinking Ethics and Health Economics and 2 in the Research & Technology Themes Manufacturing Technologies / Ex vivo gene delivery/gene editing.
- Ethics and advanced therapies/emerging technologies: towards a new model of governance. Annagrazia Altavilla, Viviana Giannuzzi, Donato Bonifazi.
- Big Data and Machine Learning: new horizons in the field of personalized medicine and advanced therapies. Elisabetta Volpe, Adriana Ceci, Giuseppe Digregorio, Carsten W. Lederer, Franco Bartoloni, Fedele Bonifazi.
- Catching them early: ethics and economy of prenatal and childhood application of ATMPs. Carsten W. Lederer, Petros Patsali, Panayiota Papasavva, Mariagrazia Felisi, Marina Kleanthous.
- Gene therapy getting personal: mutation-specific editing and gene addition strategies. Carsten W. Lederer, Petros Patsali, Panayiota Papasavva, Coralea Stephanou, Giandomenico Turchiano, Marianna Romito, Soteroulla Christou, Maria Sitarou, Claudio Mussolino, Tatjana I. Cornu, Michael N. Antoniou, Toni Cathomen, and Marina Kleanthous.
- Young people’s involvement in paediatric drug development. Jenny Preston, Mariangela Lupo, Adriana Ceci.
RESTORE is a large-scale Research Initiative with the scope to create a consortium aimed to build a coordinated, financially strong, academia-industry partnership in order to tackle the main interdisciplinary science and technology challenges for advanced and innovative health therapies.
The consortium is led by Berlin Brandenburg Center for Regenerative Therapies (BCRT/Charité), in Germany and is coordinated by Prof. Hans-Dieter Volk. It involves 10 partners from different European countries and Israel and close to 300 supporters, including the TEDDY Network.
For more information about the abstract submission and the registration please click here.