The topic of this year’s conference is “Science or Fiction? – Imagine the future of medicine”. What seemed science fiction a few years ago is now being translated into clinical routine: Together with outstanding experts in the field we want to think outside the box and investigate new perspectives in modern medicine.
Science or Fiction? Find out and join the ESC 2015
Homestay programme- Host
To all the Berliners out there. If you are interested in hosting a participant during the 26th ESC, then you are more than welcome to apply for it here. We can assist you in getting in touch with the suitable guest participant.
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Check the updated schedule
You can find all the details about our new interesting clusters in the schedule section about medical ethics and future technologies. Don't forget to check it out!
Results of abstract - until 5th August 2015
To all those who are curious to know about the result of their abstracts, please note that you will receive a response email until 5th of August 2015.
Prof. David Putrino: Associate Professor, Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University; Director, Telemedicine and Virtual Rehabilitation, Burke Medical Research Institute; Not Impossible Labs. Topic: “Digital Health and Telemedicine: New frontiers in patient assessment and rehabilitation”.... read more
Prof. Glenn Cohen: Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, Director of the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics. Current projects relate to - health information technologies, mobile health, reproduction/reproductive technology, stem cells, research ethics, health policy, markets in human tissue and to medical tourism... read more
Prof. Ruha Benjamin: Associate Professor, Princeton University, New York. Topic – “BACK TO THE FUTURE: What are we forgetting as medicine moves forward?” Her interdisciplinary research focuses on the tensions between innovation and equity, science and citizenship, health and justice… read more
Dr. Katherine Sleeman: A clinical doctor and academic in palliative medicine. Holder of the first NIHR-funded Clinical Lectureship in palliative medicine in England. Her talk will explore the meaning of a good death, and the individual and societal barriers to achieving this... read more