Speakers

Matthijs Berends

MICROBIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY

UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN

CERTE MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS AND ADVICE

Netherlands

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Title: Rapid, reproducible resistance analysis for all- the AMR package for R 

Session VIII: Next steps for technology translation into application: Clinic and Early Career perspective, Tuesday 21 January

Claire Bertelli

Bioinformatics, Microbial Genomics and Metagenomics

University Hospital Center of Lausanne

Switzerland

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Title: Ontologies fit for machine learning

Session II: Data requirements and infrastructure, Monday 20 January

Karsten Borgwardt

Data Mining, Biosystems Science and Engineering

ETH Zurich

SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics

Switzerland 

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Title: Machine learning in medicine: Early recognition of sepsis

Session I: Introduction to digitalization, Monday 20 January

Katrin Crameri

Personalized health informatics, Data coordination centre

SIB Swiss institute of bioinformatics

Switzerland

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Title: Next steps for nationwide data networks

Session II: Data requirements and infrastructure, Monday 20 January

Valérie D’Acremont

DIGITAL AND GLOBAL HEALTH

 SWISS TROPICAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTE

UNIVERSITY OF LAUSANNE

Switzerland

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Title: Challenges in developing, validating and implementing clinical decision support algorithms

Session VI: Pediatric infectious diseases, Tuesday 21 January

Susanne Driessen

Ethics Commission Eastern Switzerland

 Swiss Ethics

Switzerland

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Title: Ethical and legal challenges of artificial intelligence and big data

Session VII: Social, legal, ethical and quality, Tuesday 21 January

Sebastian Dümcke

CLEMEDI AG

UNIVERSITY OF ZÜRICH

 

Switzerland

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Title: Combing targeted sequencing and machine learning to optimize antibiotic therapy in tuberculosis patients

Session VIII: Next steps for technology translation into application: Clinic and Early Career perspective, Tuesday 21 January

Adrian Egli

Clinical Microbiology

University Hospital Basel

Switzerland

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Title: Diagnostics next steps for infectious diseases

Session V: Clinical focus of machine learning, Monday 20 January

Aldo Faisal

Brain and Behavior, Engineering and  Bioengineering

Imperial College London

United Kingdom

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Title: How does digitalization affect the management of infectious diseases 

Session IX: Next steps for technology translation into application: Non-profit and research, Tuesday 21 January

Marie-Valentine Florin

International Risk Governance

 École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne

Switzerland

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Title: Social impact and risk governance of machine learning in the context of infectious disease

Session VII: Social, legal, ethical and quality, Tuesday 21 January

Carolina Garcia-Vidal

Infectious Diseases

Hospital Clinic Barcelona

Spain

Title: Artificial intelligence to improve empiric antibiotic treatment

Session IV: Clinical applications with use cases, Monday 20 January

Ernst Hafen

INSTITUTE OF MOLECULAR SYSTEMS BIOLOGY

ETH Zurich

 MIDATA

Switzerland

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Title: What is a good control group? How to use public data?

Session III: Technology and clinics, Monday 20 January

Jean-Pierre Hubaux

Computer Communications and Applications,  Center for Digital Trust

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne

Switzerland

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Title: Data security in digitalization and machine learning

Session VII: Social, legal, ethical and quality, Tuesday 21 January

Christian Johner

Healthcare IT,  Medical device regulation

Johner Institut

Germany

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Title: Medical Devices: Regulatory requirements — a jump start

Session VII: Social, legal, ethical and quality, Tuesday 21 January

Rigveda Kadam

Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND)

Switzerland 

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Title: Implementation of digital solutions in low and middle income countries.

Session IX: Next steps for technology translation into application: Non-profit and research perspective, Tuesday 21 January

Kristina Keitel

Pediatric emergency medicine, management of fevers

 university hospital bern

Swiss tropical and public health institute

Switzerland

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Title: Digital tools for diagnosis of infections in low-income settings

Session VI: Pediatric infectious diseases, Tuesday 21 January

Ryan Kindle

computational Physiology, PULMONARY and CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Harvard/Massachusetts General Hospital/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Combined Program

United States of America

Title: Sharing is caring: Moving toward a global database for critical care

Session III: Technology and clinics, Monday 20 January

Sai Reddy

Systems and Synthetic immunology, BIOSYSTEMS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

ETH Zurich

 Botnar Research Centre for Child Health

Switzerland

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Title: Deep learning reveals patterns of specificity in adaptive immunity

Session VI: Pediatric infectious diseases, Tuesday 21 January

Theresa Reiker

EPIDEMIOLOGY AND TRANSMISSION DYNAMICS

SWISS TROPICAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTE

UNIVERSITY OF BASEL  

Switzerland

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Title: Machine learning to parameterise individual-based models of malaria transmission 

Session VIII: Next steps for technology translation into application: Clinic and Early Career perspective, Tuesday 21 January

Marcel Salathé

Digital Epidemiology, Life sciences, Computer and communication sciences

ÉCOLE POLYTECHNIQUE FÉDÉRALE DE LAUSANNE

Switzerland

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Title: Personalized and public health with machine learning

Session IV: Clinical applications with use cases, Monday 20 January

Jacques Schrenzel

Bacteriology, Genomic Research

University Hospital Geneva

Switzerland

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Title: Digitalization and machine learning in clinical microbiology

Session I: Introduction to digitalization, Monday 20 January

Christopher W. Seymour

Critical Care Medicine, Emergency medicine

University of PittsburgH

United States of America

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Title: Machine learning in sepsis: Lessons learned for digitalization and infectious disease

Session III: Technology and clinics, Monday 20 January

Ken P. Smith

Translational clinical microbiology

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Harvard Medical School

United States of America

Title: Incorporating AI into clinical practice: Opportunities and challenges

Session VIII: Next steps for technology translation into application: Clinic and Early Career perspective, Tuesday 21 January

Jörg Vehreschild

Internal Medicine

University Hospital of Cologne

Germany

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Title: Challenges and risks of digitalization and machine learning in the clinics

Session V: Clinical focus of machine learning, Monday 20 January

Julia Vogt

computer science, institute for Machine Learning

 ETH Zurich

sib swiss institute of bioinformatics

Switzerland

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Title: Machine Learning: the new way of personalized medicine

Session I: Introduction to digitalization, Monday 20 January

Jason Yang

Center for Emerging and Re-Emerging Pathogens, Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics

 Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

United States of America

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Title: White-box machine learning insights into antibiotic efficacy

Session VIII: Next steps for technology translation into application: Clinic and Early Career perspective, Tuesday 21 January