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SPEAKERS

The workshop features invited talks by internationally renown authorities of the personalized health and computer security fields.

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PROGRAM

The workshop includes a series of long (30min) and short (15min) talks and one panel. The final program will be available soon.

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VENUE

The workshop will be held at the facilities of EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), Switzerland, on the 15th of February 2018.

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REGISTRATION

The workshop registration is free of charge, but required for all attendees. It is open until 26th of January 2018. Limited places available.

INVITED SPEAKERS AND PANELISTS       

Niko Beerenwinkel
NIKO BEERENWINKEL
ETH/BS, Switzerland
Karsten Borgwardt
KARSTEN BORGWARDT
ETH/BS, Switzerland
Manolis
EMMANOUIL DERMITZAKIS
Univ. Geneva, Switzerland
JP
JEAN-PIERRE HUBAUX
EPFL, Switzerland
Khaled El Eman
KHALED EL EMAM
Univ. Ottawa, Canada
Olivier Michielin
OLIVIER MICHIELIN
CHUV, Switzerland
Shawn Murphy
SHAWN MURPHY
Harvard Medical School, USA
Gunnar Ratsch
GUNNAR RÄTSCH
ETH, Switzerland
Mark Rubin
MARK RUBIN
Univ. Bern, Switzerland
Scheidegger
DANIEL SCHEIDEGGER
Univ. Basel, Switzerland
Torsten Schwede
TORSTEN SCHWEDE
Univ. Basel, Switzerland
Dominique Sprumont
DOMINIQUE SPRUMONT
Univ. Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Amalio Telenti
AMALIO TELENTI
The Scripps Research Institute, USA
Effy Vayena
EFFY VAYENA
ETH, Switzerland
Olivier Verscheure
OLIVIER VERSCHEURE
SDSC, Switzerland

WORKSHOP PROGRAM    

TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

    WORKSHOP REGISTRATION

Motivation:

With the increasing digitalization of clinical and genomic information, data sharing is becoming the keystone for realizing the promise of personalized medicine to its full potential. Several initiatives, such as the Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network (PCORNet) in USA, eTRIKS/TranSMART in EU, the Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN) in Switzerland, and the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH), are laying down the foundations for new biomedical research infrastructures aimed at interconnecting (so far) siloed repositories of clinical and genomic data. In this global ecosystem, the ability to provide strong privacy and security guarantees in order to comply with strict regulations (e.g., HIPAA in USA or the new GDPR in EU) is crucial, yet extremely challenging to achieve, for biomedical research to be able to scale up. This prompts the need for research and innovation in all aspects of medical data privacy and security, spanning from the design of new privacy-preserving solutions and their integration to existing operational tools to the ethical and legal issues in medical data sharing.

The goal of this workshop is to discuss the latest advances in the field and identify the key elements from the technical, ethical and legal perspectives that will ensure a more privacy-conscious data sharing in the near future, thus paving the way to new and still unexplored use cases.

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