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1st Turku Traumatic Brain Injury Symposium
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Kauppiaskatu , Turku
1st Turku Traumatic Brain Injury Symposium
TBIcare symposium
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Schedule of Presentations:

Friday, January 17, 2014
09:00:00 Opening words and goals of the TBIcare project Harri Siitari
09:15:00 Clinical summary of the TBIcare study Olli Tenovuo
09:45:00 Clinical implications of the TRACK-TBI study
10:15:00 Coffee break
10:45:00 CENTER-TBI – what will it give for TBI medicine? Andrew Maas
11:15:00 Beyond current diagnostic protocols – application requirements Lennart Thurfjell
11:45:00 Discussion David Menon
12:00:00 Lunch
13:00:00 New tools for interpreting brain images in TBI – what the eye can’t see Daniel Rueckert
13:30:00 Metabolomics of TBI – glorious future ahead? Matej Oresic
14:00:00 Update on biomarkers and genetics of TBI – new friends or old futilities? David Menon
14:30:00 Discussion Olli Tenovuo
14:45:00 Coffee
15:15:00 Neuroinformatics and TBI – an overview Sean Hill
15:45:00 The TBIcare decision support tool – aid for the clinician Jyrki Lötjönen , Ari Katila
16:30:00 System simulation modelling of TBI care – added value for health care decision making? Peter Ylén
16:45:00 End discussion and panel – from science to practice: how to promote management of TBI? Sean Hill, Lennart Thurfjell, Marc R. Van Gilst
Saturday, January 18, 2014
09:00:00 Opening words and goals of the symposium David Menon
09:15:00 Current progress in molecular medicine – chances and challenges Aarno Palotie
10:15:00 Coffee break
10:45:00 The various approaches in genetic studies – pros and cons Jonathan Rosand
11:15:00 Clinical human genetic studies as an informatics challenge Sean Hill
11:45:00 Discussion Aarno Palotie
12:00:00 Lunch
13:00:00 Genetic association studies in TBI – a review Thomas W. McAllister
13:30:00 TBI-related genetic associations – to what?
14:00:00 Ethical aspects of genetic studies in human TBI Veikko Launis
14:30:00 Discussion
14:45:00 Coffee
15:15:00 The GAIN study – construction and current views David Menon
15:45:00 InTBIR and CENTER-TBI – what can we expect in TBI genomics to 2020? Aarno Palotie
16:30:00 End discussion: from bench to bedside - how to coordinate the efforts within genomics and TBI? David Menon
21:45:00 Genetic associations in brain disorders – have we learnt something? Ramon Diaz-Arrastia
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