Date

28 September - 1 October 2020

Location

SANTORINI, GREECE

Remaining

Registered participants

Remaining

Selected oral presentations

Remaining

Posters

Participants coming from

Different countries

Speakers

Professional Speakers

Date

28 September - 1 October 2018

Location

SANTORINI, GREECE

Remaining

Registered participants

Remaining

Selected oral presentations

Remaining

Posters

Participants coming from

Different countries

Speakers

Professional Speakers

Invitation / Message from Sofia Siest

Dear colleagues, Dear friends,

 

It is my great pleasure to announce the next event of the Santorini Conferences series, one of the most important international conferences in personalised medicine, founded 20 years ago!

 

Based on the history and tradition of the previous Santorini Conferences, The 10th Santorini conference, SYSTEMS MEDICINE AND PERSONALISED HEALTH & THERAPY – The Odyssey from Hope to Practice: “Patient first – keep Ithaca always in your mind”, will take place in Santorini island from September 28th to October 1st 2020.

In continuity to the previous one (Santorini Conference 2018), The 10th Santorini Conference is using as metaphor the Greek mythology in the spirit of the island and of our thematic obstacles of personalised medicine to resolve and to overcome for the benefit of the patient.

 

I am thankfully addressing this message to those who participated in The 9th Santorini Conference hoping that they will stay on board this time also!

Thanks to their contribution, The 9th Santorini Conference gathered 34 worldwide distinguished speakers, who shared their passion for personalised medicine with 160 attendees in nine specific sessions.

Below, you can find the links that correspond to our scientific paper linked with The 9th Santorini Conference along with the related video and the published proceedings of the conference.

 

For this 20 years anniversary of the Conference, we expect 250 international delegates (researchers, scientists, academics, industrials, biologists, pathologists, oncologists, genetic epidemiologists, pharmacogeneticists and biobanking experts) in a creative environment.

 

Together with a Steering Committee (SC) and a Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) composed by members across academia, clinics and industry, The 10th Santorini Conference is aiming to create interactions among disciplines, as well as exchanges between basic, industrial and medical research directed around a scientific content towards an effective ‘roadmap’ for personalised health and therapy.

 

The scientific programme includes sessions with presentations from highly reputed scientists, an oral communication session and posters presentations. The 2 best posters will be granted the “Gerard Siest” award.

 

The 10th Santorini Conference contains 8 sessions:

  • LIQUID BIOPSY, PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
  • ADVANCES ON CELLULAR AND MULTI-OMIC APPROACHES
  • CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY AND IMMUNOGENETICS
  • HEART INFLAMMATION
  • ECON-OMICS: BETTER CARE FOR BETTER COST
  • GENETIC SCREENING & CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
  • DIGITAL HEALTH
  • PHARMACOGENOMICS AND POST-MARKETING APPLICATIONS

 

You can already note the dates (28 September to 1 October 2020) on your calendar and plan to join us.

 

For more information about registration and abstracts’ submission please visit the website: http://santoriniconference.org.

 

We count on you for having your ideas/propositions and for being with us in Santorini in 2020 for enjoyable and valuable moments under a nice sun and warm weather that fosters an even more creative atmosphere!

 

Sofia Siest

President of the Santorini Conference series

 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SReS8WmH2jU

https://www.mdpi.com/2075-4426/8/4/31/htm

http://www.mdpi.com/2075-4426/8/4/43/pdf

Committees / comments



Steering Committee (SC)

  • Sofia Siest, Nancy, France (President)
  •  Robert Barouki, Paris, France
  • Eric Boerwinkle, Houston, United States
  • Georges Dagher, Paris, France
  • Panos Deloukas, London, United Kingdom
  • Dagmar Kasper, Hamburg, Germany
  • John Lamont, Crumlin, County Antrim, United Kingdom
  • Carlos Malpica, Doha, Qatar
  • Michael Marschler, Mannheim, Germany
  • Guillaume Pare, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada



Scientific Advisory Board (SAB)

  • Sofia Siest, Nancy, France (President)
  • Robert Barouki, Paris, France
  • Eric Boerwinkle, Houston, United States
  • Georges Dagher, Paris, France
  • Eleftherios Diamandis, Toronto, Canada
  • Panos Deloukas, London, United Kingdom
  • Robin Everts, San Diego, United States
  • Alexander Haliasos, Athens, Greece
  • John Lamont, Crumlin, County Antrim, United Kingdom
  • Carlos Malpica, Doha, Qatar
  • Charity Nofziger, Salzburg, Austria
  • Guillaume Pare, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
  • Mike Tsai, Minnesota, United States
  • Lynn Webster, Salt Lake City, United States

 

 

 

ORGANISATION

UMR INSERM U1122; IGE-PCV

Interactions Gène-Environnement en Physiopathologie Cardio-Vasculaire, Nancy, France

 

Sofia Siest (President)

Hiegel Brigitte

Stathopoulou Maria

Petrelis Alexandros

Masson Christine

Gorenjak Vesna

Weryha Georges Richard

 

 

    &

 

Com&Co, Marseille

Etienne Jarry

 

Sponsors /

We will be really thankful if your society could be represented in The 10th Santorini Conference “Systems Medicine and Personalised Health & Therapy, through a participation and support.

We expect 250 international delegates (researchers, scientists, academics, industrials, biologists, pathologists, oncologists, genetic epidemiologists, pharmacogeneticists and biobanking experts) in a creative environment.

Depending on the sponsorship you can offer us, you can become a Gold, Silver or Bronze sponsor. Outside these 3 categories, smaller sponsorship is also possible. For more information please contact: sophie.visvikis-siest@inserm.fr, telephone: 00 33 (0) 6 07602569

SPONSORS / GOLD

Under the Auspices of /

Partnership /

Registration /

Full registration

650 euros till July 31st

800 euros starting from August 1st

Student registration

300 euros till July 31st

400 euros starting from August 1st

Accompanying

300 euros

Abstract Submission / Ready to submit?

IMPORTANT INFORMATION / find your answers

So…you just landed at the Athens Airport “El.Venizelos” and you desperately want to go to Santorini.
You have 2 options to go from Athens to Santorini:
  • By plane
    That’s obviously the quickest and most expensive option. It takes about 40-45 minutes by plane to be at Santorini’s small airport and it definitely worths it in our opinion. For 2016, the following companies operate direct flights from Athens to Santorini: 1. Aegean Airlines   (proposed) 2. Ryanair 3. Volotea
  fly directly to Santorini from other European cities (especially between April-October): Niki (from Vienna) Thomas Cook (from Birmingham, Gatwick, Manchester, Brussels) Thomson (from Birmingham, Gatwick, Manchester, Bristol) Volotea (from Venice, Bari, Naples, Palermo) Germanwings (from Cologne) Norwegian (from Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm) Transavia (from Paris, British Airways (from London Heathrow) Condor (from Munich, Hamburg, Stuttgard,, Dusseldorf, Franfurt) Aegean (from Moscow) Easyjet (from Rome, Milan, Geneva, Manchester, Gatwick) Vueling (from Barcelona, Bilbao) Jetairfly (from Brussels) HolidayJet (from Zurich)
  • By ferry
You have to go to the Athens ferry port which is called Piraeus. The easiest and cheapest option is by taking the bus X96 that stops just outside of the Athens airport. It takes between 50 mins to 80 mins (depending on the traffic). Santorini Ferries depart from E7 Port Gate so you have to stop at the bus station : STATION ISAP (ΣΤΑΘΜΟΣ ΗΣΑΠ) (which is also a metro station). The X96 bus runs 24/7 and there is a bus every 30 mins. For adults the ticket costs 5 euros and for kids it costs 2.5 euros. Avoid the fast and smaller ferries. Take the slowest and bigger ferries to Santorini. They may take a few more hours to take you to your destination but you may save yourself from sea sickness and a bumpy ride. Our suggestion is to go to Santorini by plane because it’s generally much faster and simpler but you can also take the ferry which can be a very interesting option
From the airport you can take a taxi or take a private shuttle or a local bus or you can rent a car. taxis : 0030 22860 02 2555 or 0030 22860 03 3951. At last you can rent a car for a day or your full stay at a nice price.
Contact info: info@romani.gr   Touring the island by motorbike is a popular choice for holiday makers. Economical, easy to park and capable of navigating most of Santorini's volcanic terrain. Fira the capital and other prominent villages on the island have free public parking areas. Use them to avoid traffic congestion and parking fines. From the other hand, you are advised not to hire motorcycles, scooters, mopeds or quad bikes, as accidents involving these forms of transport are very common
Do you need accommodation?    
  If you need assistance to book your hotel please send an email to Etienne Jarry email: ejarry@comnco.com
Santorini Conferences UMR INSERM U.1122 - IGE-PCV Université de Lorraine - 30, rue Lionnois, 54000 Nancy Email: sophie.visvikis-siest@inserm.fr Contact information Brigitte Hiegel Email: brigitte.hiegel@univ-lorraine.fr Co-organization & logistics Com&Co, Etienne Jarry, 15, bd Grawitz , F-13016 Marseille Mob : +33 (0)6 21 01 73 18 Tél. : +33 (0)4 91 09 70 53 Fax : +33 (0)4 96 15 33 08 Email: ejarry@comnco.com Website: www.comnco.com

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