IVth EuroEspes Annual Conference

Progress in Genomic Medicine.

Held at the EuroEspes Biomedical Research Center, Bergondo, Corunna, Spain on 19th December 2009.
Title: “Progress in Genomic Medicine”.

IV Conferencia Anual EuroEspes

IVth EuroEspes Annual Conference

List of Speakers and Presentations

    Prof. Dr. Andreas Pfützner (President, Institute for Clinical Research and Development in Mainz [IKFE GmbH]): Pharmacogenomics of metabolic disorders.
    Dr. X. Antón Álvarez (Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology Department, EuroEspes Biomedical Research Center, Corunna): Therapeutic strategies in Alzheimer’s disease.
    Dr. Valter Lombardi (Director, Biotechnology Division, EuroEspes Biotechnology, Corunna): Medical Proteomics.
    Prof. Dr. Ramón Cacabelos (Director, Clinical Neurosciences Department, EuroEspes Biomedical Research Center, Corunna): Personalized medicine in the clinical approach to dementia: Pharmacogenomics of Alzheimer’s disease.
    Dr. Ruth Llovo (Pharmacogenetics Department Lead, EuroEspes Biotechnology, Corunna): Pharmacogenetics of anticoagulant therapy.
    Dr. Lucía Fernández-Novoa (Medical Genomics Department Lead, EuroEspes Biotechnology, Corunna): Clinical genomics of movement disorders.
    Dr. Juan Carlos Carril (Genomics and Human Identification Department Lead, EuroEspes Biotechnology, Corunna): Genomics of cerebrovascular pathology.
    Prof. Dr. J.A. García-Agúndez (Director, Pharmacology and Psychiatry Department, University of Extremadura): Pharmacogenetics of NSAIDs.
    Dr. Iván Carrera (Neurosciences Department, EuroEspes Biotechnology, Corunna): Transgenic models in neurodegenerative diseases.
    Dr. Salvador Harguindey (Director, Director, Institute for Clinical Biology and Metabolism; Vice President, International Society for Medical Oncology and Neurodegenerative Diseases, Vitoria): Neurodegeneration and Cancer.
    Dr. Stefan Prause (CEO, Pharmgenomics GmbH, Germany): Current applications of pharmacogenetics in cancer therapy.
    Prof. Jerzy Leszek (Chair of Psychiatry, Wroclaw medical university, Poland): Fibronectin in Alzheimer’s disease.

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