Future Medicine Science Match 2020

One day. 800 participants. 50 top international scientists, who will present their innovative achievements and visions in translational medicine in 3-minute short talks, keynotes and debates.
 
Once again, Berlin’s leading newspaper Der Tagesspiegel and the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH), together with Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association (MDC), bring together the most innovative international scientists and research organizations. Physicians, health care experts, researchers, politicians, developers, engineers, innovators, representatives of industry, entrepreneurs, investors and all those interested in the topic will come together for this year’s Future Medicine Science Match 2020 to present and discuss their projects using Artificial Intelligence in Translational Medicine.

Date:

7 November 2020

Place:

Digital

This year’s focus:

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE 

  • AI and Basic Medical Research
  • AI and Decision Making in Medicine
  • AI and SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19

Become part of the community

After a successful registration you will receive the access data for the virtual conference. Registered participants have the opportunity to actively participate in the science match – via chat, discussion, or voting.

  

     

Any Questions?

If you have any questions about
the Future Medicine Science Match 2020 or its program, please contact us at

future-medicine@tagesspiegel.de

Berlin Science Week

Future Medicine Science Match 2020 is part of Berlin Science Week 2020.

Berlin Science Week is a 10-day international festival between 1 — 10 November bringing together the world’s most innovative scientific organisations to celebrate science, to connect and to engage the local and international science community with the public.

Podcasts

Can an app help with intimitate problems?
Interviewpartner Dr. Titus Brinker, German Cancer Research Center

You can read the english version of the interview here.

Artificial Intelligence disadvantages female patients?
Interview partner: BIH Professor Sylvia Thun, Director of the Core Unit eHealth and Interoperability at the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) and the Charité, funded by the Charité Foundation

You can read the english version of the interview here.

How can the computer help to better understand the brain?
Interview partner: Professor Petra Ritter, BIH Johanna-Quandt-Professorin at the Berlin Institute of Health and at the Charité, funded by the Charité Foundation.

You can read the english version of the interview here.

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