Cutting-Edge Implementation of Precision Medicine in Europe

September 22-23, 2022 | Aula Medica | Stockholm, Sweden


Deadline for Abstract submission - Extended deadline until 31 July

Do not miss to submit your abstract before the deadline. To read more and submit your abstract please click on Abstract submission in the menu above. 


Important information in regards to accommodation - Please register as soon as possible 

Due to a large medical conference taking place in Stockholm at the same period as the symposium many of the hotels in Stockholm are already fully booked.

Hotel rooms have been pre-booked for the symposium and we strongly recommend you to make your registration and book your accommodation no later than 30 May. After this date we can no longer guarantee availability.


Journal of Internal Medicine together with Genomic Medicine Sweden (GMS) and Centers for Personalized Medicine (ZPM) in Germany invite you to the symposium Cutting-Edge Implementation of Precision Medicine in Europe, arranged in Stockholm 22-23 of September 2022. 

This symposium focuses on how precision medicine will change and improve diagnostics, treatment and prevention, as well as the potential for research and innovation within the precision medicine framework. Focus areas for the conference are cancer, rare diseases and complex diseases. Best practice examples showcasing how precision medicine has been implemented in Europe will be presented as well as discussions on ethical, legal and technical implications of precision medicine.

The following experts are confirmed as speakers: Anders Edsjö, Andreas von Deimling, Anna Schuh, Anna Wedell, Benjamin Meder, Birgit Geoerger, Birgitte Nybo Jensen, Catherine Alix-Panabières, Christophe Le Tourneau, Clare Turnbull, Daniela Choukair, David Scott, Ejner Moltzen, Elsa Bernard, Emile Voest, Eva Winkler, Frederick Klauschen, Frédérique Nowak, Fruzsina Molnár-Gábor, Guillaume Canaud, Ivo Gut, Janne Lehtiö, Jenni Nordborg, Jonas Oldgren, Karin Ekström Smedby, Katrin Crameri, Lilian Siu, Ludmil Alexandrov, Mark Caulfield, Malte Spielmann, Martin Hutchings, Natacha Bolaños, Nikolaus Schultz, Nisar Malek, Ole Petter Ottersen, Olli Kallioniemi, Patrick Ott, Raphael Itzykson, Richard Rosenquist Brandell, Rodrigo Dienstmann, Stefan Fröhling, Sue Hill, Søren Brunak.

We are planning for in-person event at the same time as we actively continue to monitor the rapidly changing situation with the corona virus pandemic. More information will follow. 

Genomic Medicine Sweden (GMS)

Centers for Personalized Medicine (ZPM) in Germany