Hybrid event
Pan-cohort studies – The future of population health

Connecting science globally

October 12th, 2022
40+ speakers, 3 locations, 1 big event, in-person and digitally

The challenges of modern medicine call for global solutions – Join us for our second pan-cohort event, which will bring together global leaders in omics research to foster collaboration and develop innovative strategies to improve precision medicine and population health.

08:45 a.m. – 05:40 p.m. JST
virtual

10:00 a.m. – 07:05 p.m. CET
in-person

08:25 a.m. – 06:00 p.m. EST
in-person

22 h continuous livestream on Oct 12th, 2022

08:45 a.m. – 07:05 a.m. (Oct 13th)
JST ONLINE (Zoom)

01:45 a.m. – 00:00 midnight
CET ONLINE (Zoom)

08:00 p.m.  (Oct 11th) – 06:00 p.m.
EST ONLINE (Zoom)

Keynote speakers

Steward Graham

Leroy Hood, MD P.h.D

CEO of Phenome Health and CSO of the Institute of Systems Biology
Seattle WA | USA

Steward Graham

Hitoshi Nakagama, Prof.

President
National Cancer Center
Tokyo | Japan

Steward Graham

Annette Peters, P.h.D

Director of the Institute for Epidemiology
Helmholtz Center
Munich | Germany

Steward Graham

Rima Kaddurah-Daouk, Prof.

Medicine and Psychiatry
Duke University
Durham NC | USA

Steward Graham

Christof von Kalle, Prof.

Director of the joint Charité and BIH Clinical Study Center (CSC) of Universitätsmedizin Berlin | Germany

Steward Graham

Masayuki Yamamoto, Prof.

Executive Director
Tohoku Medical Megabank Organization
Sendai | Japan

Steward Graham

Jessica Lasky-Su, Ass. Prof.

Medicine Harvard Medical School and
Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Boston MA | USA

Programme overview

Opening keynote lecture – Why do we need population based studies?

Sessions on

    • Biobanks
    • Technology
    • Multi-omics
    • Pan-cohort studies | precision medicine

Closing keynote – Integrated Biobank of Tohoku Medical Megabank and Space Mouse Study

Venue information
Online only

Full agenda for Sendai session

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Keynote lecture – Why do we need population based studies?

Sessions on

    • Biobanks
    • Technology
    • Multi-omics
    • Pan-cohort studies | Precision medicine

Lecture – The impact of population-based studies on population health | precision medicine

Venue information
Klinikum Großhadern, Munich

Full agenda for Munich session

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Keynote lecture – Why do we need population based studies?

Sessions on

    • Biobanks
    • Multi-omics
    • Pan-cohort studies | precision medicine

Lecture – The impact of population-based studies on population health | precision medicine

Venue information
The Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School | Boston

Full agenda for Boston session

I want to join live in Boston!

The online programme is starting with the live session in Sendai

Oct 12th 08:45 a.m. JST
Oct 12th 01:45 a.m. CET
Oct 11th 19:45 p.m. EST

You can join | rejoin any time for the 22 h following

Full international agenda

I want to join the event remotely (Zoom)!

Participation is free of charge, but registration is required.

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Connecting science globally

The challenges of modern medicine call for global solutions – one of which is to bring together metabolomics researchers around the world to share insights about human health and disease.

With new technology and computational power at our fingertips, the door is open to explore the huge sample sets that currently lie dormant. Who knows what we might discover?
Join us for our second pan-cohort event (and first to include both real-life and virtual venues), where we’ll develop global omics collaborations and research networks for a better understanding of population health.

Sign up today to secure your spot.

And if you can’t wait until then, catch up on the talks from last year’s event on YouTube or in the event abstract book.

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