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Program

Sunday, February 16

Monday, February 17

08:00 - 09:00
Foyer, 2nd floor
Arrival and registration
09:00 - 09:10
Conference hall New York, 2nd floor

Welcome Address

Stefan Schreiber - Kiel University, Spokesperson of the Clusters of Excellence “Inflammation at Interfaces” and “Precision Medicine in Chronic Inflammation”
09:10 - 10:10
Conference hall New York, 2nd floor

Session I

Final colloquium Cluster of Excellence “Inflammation at Interfaces” - Highlights and achievements
    Chairs:
  • Stefan Schreiber - Kiel University
  • Enno Hartmann - University of Lübeck
    Talks:
  • Stefan Schreiber - Kiel University
    Microbiota as a target in IBD
  • Stefan Rose-John - Kiel University
    Blockade of IL-6 Trans-Signaling in Inflammation and Cancer
  • Ralf Ludwig - University of Lübeck
    Skin Autoimmunity Research within I@I: Structural Achievements and Reseach Highlights
10:10 - 10:40
Foyer, 2nd floor
Coffee break / snacks
10:40 - 12:30
Conference hall New York, 2nd floor

Session II

High resolution imaging and innovative technologies – From basic science to clinical use
    Chairs:
  • Jörg Köhl - University of Lübeck
    Talks:
  • Friedrich Feuerhake - Hannover Medical School (MHH), Hannover, DE
    Qualitative and quantitative histological evaluation of inflammation
  • Björn Eskofier - Friedrich-Alexander University (FAU), Erlangen, DE
    Wearable Computing and Machine Learning for Digital Health and Precision Medicine
  • Alison Simmons - University of Oxford, Oxford, GB
    Mapping Mucosal Cell Remodeling in Colitis
12:30 - 13:30
tbd
Lunch break
13:30 - 15:00

PARALLEL FOCUSED WORKSHOPS

  • 1. Animal models

    Conference room Sao Paulo, 2nd floor
    Impulse talk: tbd
    Title tbd
  • 2. Clinical sequencing

    Conference room Tokio, 2nd floor
    Impulse talk: tbd
    Title tbd
  • 3. Nutrition in personalized medicine

    Conference room Mexico, 2nd floor
    Impulse talk: tbd
    Title tbd
  • 4. Imaging modalities

    Conference room Shanghai, 2nd floor
    Impulse talk: tbd
    Title tbd
15:00 - 15:30
Foyer, 2nd floor
Coffee break / snacks
15:30 - 17:10
Conference hall New York, 2nd floor

Session III

Microbiome as an intervention target – Is it coming?
    Chairs:
  • Philip Rosenstiel - Kiel University
  • Hinrich Schulenburg - Kiel University
    Talks:
  • John Baines - Kiel University and Max Planck Institute Plön
    Evolutionary perspectives on gut microbiome intervention
  • Jeroen Raes - Rega Institute, Leuven, BE
    Quantitative, population-level microbiome monitoring-the Flemish gut flora project
  • Oliver Pabst - RTWH Aachen University, Aachen, DE
    Shaping of antibody responses to the microbiota
  • Petra Bacher - Kiel University
    Human T helper cell responses against intestinal microbiota
17:10 - 18:00
Free time
Break (free time)
18:00 - 22:00
tbd

Poster Session & Get-together

with Flying Buffet

Tuesday, February 18

08:30 - 10:10
Conference hall New York, 2nd floor

Session IV

Genetics and disease behavior – genotype, phenotype, what type?
    Chairs:
  • Stephan Weidinger - Kiel University
  • Christine Klein - University of Lübeck
    Talks:
  • David Ellinghaus - Kiel University
    Title tbd
  • Dermont McGovern - Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, US
    Title tbd
  • Carl Anderson - Sanger Institute, Cambridge, GB
    Title tbd
  • Jeanette Erdmann - University of Lübeck
    Is there any news on the genetics of cardiovascular diseases?
10:10 - 10:40
Foyer, 2nd floor
Coffee break / snacks
1040 - 12:20
Conference hall New York, 2nd floor

Session V

Treatment to target – Biomarker, endophenotyping and stratified medicine
    Chairs:
  • Diamant Thaçi - University of Lübeck
  • Ulf Müller-Ladner - University of Gießen
    Talks:
  • Gabriela Riemekasten - University of Lübeck
    Autoantibodies as biomarkers and pathogenic drivers for precision medicine in inflammation
  • Philip Helliwell - University of Leeds, Leeds, GB
    Tight control or treat to target in rheumatology
  • James G. Krueger - The Rockefeller University, New York, US
    Title tbd
  • Philip Rosenstiel - Kiel University
    Title tbd
12:20 - 13:20
tbd
Lunch break
13:20 - 14:50

PARALLEL FOCUSED WORKSHOPS

  • 5. Organoids and stem cells

    Conference room Sao Paulo, 2nd floor
    Impulse talk: tbd
    Title tbd
  • 6. Antibiotic resistance and evolutionary medicine

    Conference room Tokio, 2nd floor
    Impulse talk: Hinrich Schulenburg
    Charles Darwin meets the antibiotic crisis: can we use evolutionary principles to prevent resistance evolution?
  • 7. Immunophenotyping and single cell omics

    Conference room Mexico, 2nd floor
    Impulse talk: tbd
    Title tbd
  • 8. Patient reported outcomes

    Conference room Shanghai, 2nd floor
    Impulse talk: Philip Helliwell
    Title tbd
14:50 - 15:20
Foyer, 2nd floor
Coffee break / snacks
15:20 - 17:10
Conference hall New York, 2nd floor

Session VI

Predictors of response and treatment optimization in PMI
    Chairs:
  • Bimba Hoyer - Kiel University
  • Christian Sadik - University of Lübeck
    Talks:
  • Diamant Thaçi - University of Lübeck
    Title tbd
  • Ursula Grohmann - University of Perugia, Perugia, IT
    Immune checkpoint molecules and personalized medicine in autoimmune diabetes and neuroinflammation
  • Emma Guttman - Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, US
    Title tbd
  • David Klatzmann - Sorbonne University, Paris, FR
    Title tbd
17:10 - 17:35
tbd (Conference hall New York, 2nd floor)

Closing remarks and Poster Awards

17:35 - 18:30
Foyer, 2nd floor
Snack break / refreshments
18:30 - 20:00
tbd

Sponsored Clinical Session I

Individualized medicine for Pulmonology and Dermatology: TH2 cytokines as target for therapy               
Sponsored by
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    Chairs:
  • Diamant Thaçi - University of Lübeck
    Impulse talks:
  • Emma Guttman - Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, US
    The road towards a personalized medicine approach in atopic dermatitis
  • Luca Richeldi - A. Gemelli University Hospital – IRCCS, Rome, IT
    Precision Medicine in interstitial lung diseases
18:30 - 20:00
tbd

Sponsored Clinical Session II

Individualized medicine for Gastroenterology & Rheumatism and Psoriasis: TH1 immunity as therapeutic target
Sponsored by
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    Chairs:
  • Stefan Schreiber - Kiel University
  • Bimba F. Hoyer - Kiel University
    Impulse talks:
  • James G. Krueger - The Rockefeller University, New York, US
    Psoriasis from the perspective of precision medicine in chronic inflammation
  • Johan Burisch - Hvidovre Hospital, DK
    eHealth and individualized monitoring in inflammatory bowel disease