Program

The IBID will bring together specialists and experts in the fields of bioanalytics, biomedical and translational research, autoimmune diagnostics, digitalization, and engineering. Join our event and find partners to drive your business successfully forward!

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Program overview

Data Science Workshop

We start with pre-conference workshops on data science and a statistical computer language R. A workshop with Python is under consideration. The workshop is a pre-conference of the Why R? 2020 Conference.

Introduction to Data Science in R

9:00 - 12:00

This introductory workshop provides training in data mining with the R environment. Examples presented in the workshop will focus on applications in natural and life sciences. R is a quickly developing tool for data analysis, embraced both by academia and industry (Google, Microsoft or Facebook). This workshop will introduce attendees to key concepts of data science and give a hands-on experience without requiring a previous knowledge of R.

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Advanced Data Science in R - Machine Learning

13:00 - 18:00

This workshop is aimed at participants already familiar with the basics of R. The first part (~ 1 hour) will introduce participants to the basic concepts of supervised (classification / regression) and unsupervised (clustering) learning. Afterwards you will learn how to efficiently and easily apply the most common techniques in R using the comprehensive mlr package. Our instructor, Jakob Richter is an experienced data scientists and as a co-developer of mlr knows the ins and outs of the package. He will demonstrate some of its key features on a practical example enabling you to apply mlr on your problems to find a good pefrorming prediction model, analyze and tweaking the performance using mlrs tuning methods.

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1. Conference Day

On the first day of the conference we offer two parallel events. One will deal with the topic "Trends in Microbiota and Microbiome Research - From Regional to International Impact" while the other one will focus on "Medicine and Health of Ageing - Research, Therapy and Health Care".
Choose one or simply switch between the events. More details about the topic and the planned program can be found here: 

Trends in Microbiota and Microbiome Research - From Regional to International Impact

The human microbiota has received considerable attention in recent years and has been the focus of numerous research projects. The term microbiota refers to the entirety of all microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and fungi, that inhabit the human body, such as gut, skin, mouth, and respiratory system. All genes of these microorganisms are termed microbiome. It is estimated that a human being is colonised by at least an equal number of microbiota as he or she has somatic cells. Thereby, the composition is highly variable and is influenced by various factors such as nutrition, immune status, and medication.

Driven by advances in technologies and significant reduction of costs for sequence analysis the microbiota and microbiome research has increased considerably in recent years. Thereby, research focuses on the behaviour, interactions, and function of microbes within a specified environment. The challenge now is to better understand the balance between human and microbes and its role in human health and disease.

Significant microbiome research activities can be found in the Berlin Brandenburg area and beyond. This symposium will not only present the latest projects from science and industry. You are also invited to discuss future trends in this field, to network, and to encourage further activities.

The symposium is jointly organised by glyconet Berlin Brandenburg e.V., the local network in glycobiology and glycobiotechnology, and Innovation Hub 13, a joint platform between the Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau and the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus - Senftenberg for improved knowledge and technology transfer.

Let yourself be inspired!

Program
Welcome & Introduction
  • Dr. Bettina Schmiedchen, glyconet Berlin Brandenburg e.V.
  • Dr. Carsten Hille, Innovation Hub 13
 
9:00-9:10
Interaction between diet, gut microbiota and the intestinal barrier 9:10-9:40
Poo data = big data = good data? 9:40-10:00
Confounder-aware systems medical approaches 10:00-10:25
Virtual coffee break - Offer of virtual breakout rooms10:25-10:40
Revealing the secret life of natural and artificial biofilms 10:40-11:00
Translating good bacteria into tailored, customer-oriented microbial products: Novozymes Berlin GmbH at a glance 11:00-11:30
Virtual coffee break - Offer of virtual breakout rooms11:30-11:45
The skin microbiome in health and disease  11:45-12:05
Glycobiology: Promising Future For Cutting Edge Microbiome Applications 12:05-12:25
Closing remarks
  • Dr. Bettina Schmiedchen, glyconet Berlin Brandenburg e.V.
  • Dr. Carsten Hille, Innovation Hub 13
 
12:25-12:35
Offer of virtual breakout rooms for further networking and discussion of ideas in smaller groups12:35-13:15
Medicine and Health of Ageing - Research, Therapy and Health Care

At the same time, the module of the Faculty of Health Sciences "Medicine and Health of Ageing - Research, Therapy and Health Care" will take place. Prof. Dudenhausen will give an overview of the new faculty in his introductory lecture. This will be followed by the opening lecture which will be held by Till Bachmann and Holger Schulze (University of Edinburgh, UK). The module is divided into four main sessions: Prevention and Therapy, Healthcare Research and Digital Health, Age-Related Cell Alterations and Pitch Presentations.

Program
Medicine and Health of Aging - Research, Therapy and Health Care
  • Chair: René Mantke, Faculty of Health Sciences Brandenburg, Brandenburg Medical  School, Germany
 
 
The Faculty of Health Sciences Brandenburg becomes the Central Research Platform for Future Health Care
  • René Mantke, Faculty of Health Sciences Brandenburg, Brandenburg Medical  School, Germany
 
9:00-9:30
Opening Lecture - Innovation in Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases and Antimicrobial Resistance - Opportunities to learn from the COVID-19 pandemic 9:30-9:50
Session 1: Prevention and Therapy
  • Chair:René Mantke, Faculty of Health Sciences Brandenburg, Brandenburg Medical School, Germany
 
 
„Lauflabor“ and „Antepulse“ -  Innovative Approaches for Improving Vascular Health of Risk Patients
  • Ivo Buschmann, Brandenburg Medical School, Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany
 
9:50-10:10
Early Risk Diagnosis to Prevent Chronic Pain: Challenges in personalized prevention and therapy 10:10-10:30
Coffee break10:30-10:50
Session 2: Healthcare Research and Digital Health
  • Chair:Stefan Rödiger, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
 
 
Digital Health: Risk and Perspectives of Using Algorithms 10:50-11:10
Mobile molecular diagnostics of viral diseases in human and veterinary medicine
  • Frank Hufert, Brandenburg Medical School, Senftenberg, Germany
 
11:10-11:30
Session 3: Age-Related Cell Alterations
  • Chair: Anne-Helen-Lutter, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
 
 
Human platelet function in relation to age 11:30-11:50
Development of adapted vaccination strategies for directed stimulation of senescent immune cells using in vitro models1 University of Potsdam, Potsdam 2 Technical University of Applied Science Wildau3 Brandenburg Medical School, Brandenburg an der Havel4 Faculty of Health Sciences, Location Potsdam11:50-12:10
Session 4: Pitch Presentations
  • Chair: Ralf Stohwasser, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
 
 
  12:10-13:00
Closing Remarks - Perspectives in Molecular Aging Research
  • Ralf Stohwasser, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
 
13:00

2. Conference Day

On the second day of the conference we again offer two parallel events. One will be the "PRAEMED.BIO Symposium" while the other one will be the "Symposium on Industrial Biotechnology".
Choose one or simply switch between the events. More details about the topic and the planned program can be found here: 

PRAEMED.BIO Symposium

After a short introduction we will start with the PRAEMED.BIO Symposium, which is organised by the Wachstumskern PRAEMED.BIO - Precision Medicine through Biomarker-Based Diagnostics - Senftenberg. Modern cancer therapy is caught between technological and scientific developments, demographic change, optimal patient care and affordable services. This difficult situation for patients, doctors and cost units can be addressed by precision medicine. Precision medicine is based on personalised diagnostics. This allows patients to be stratified precisely in advance of a therapy and subsequently receive optimal treatment.

Confirmed Speakers (alphabetical order)

Program
Welcome and Introduction 
  9:00 - 9:05
Precision Medicine through Biomarker-Based Diagnostics 9:05 - 9:20
Session 1: Precision Medicine, Medical Bioinformatics and Technology
     
     
    Biomarker – Wish and Reality 9:20 - 9:40
    In-vivo monitoring of CAR-T cells using sensitive Droplet Digital PCR 9:40 - 10.00
    Personalized radiation oncology for patients with locoregionally advanced rectal carcinoma 
       
      10:00 - 10:20
      Detection of tumorassociated autoantibodies and tumor DNA methylation markers on the Caleidotech imaging platform 
         
        10:20 - 10:40
        New Beads for diagnostic Applications 10:40 - 11:00
        Chromosomal Instability and Karyotype Evolution in Cancer 11:00 - 11:20
        Detection of CHI3L1 and anti-CHI3L1 in patient diagnostic - facing the unexpected 11:20 - 11:40
        Break11:40 - 12:10
        Session 2 : Precision Medicine, Medical Bioinformatics and Technology 
        Future Cancer Care: Towards Cause-Based Understanding and Primary Prevention 12:10 - 12:40
        Artificial intelligence for automated pattern recognition 12:40 - 13:00
         
          Lipotype Shotgun Lipidomics to identify novel lipid biomarkers 
            13:00 - 13:20
          Modular robotic systems – form, fit and function for everyone 13:20 - 13:40
          Results in the Development and Construction of Functional Models of a Modular Thermocycler 13:40 - 14:00
          Improved adalimumab and evolocumab dose decision with comprehensive diagnostics data 14:00 - 14:20
          Break14:20 - 14:30
          Session: Translational Research and New Perspectives 
          HaDeX: a tool for hydrogen-deuterium exchange mass spectrometry experiments data 14:30 - 14:45
          faster, lighter, cleaner analysis of biological sequences - tidysq 14:45 - 15:00
          countfitteR: count data analysis for precision medicine 15:00 - 15:15
          Prediction of antimicrobial peptides with AmpGram 15:15 - 15:30
          Symposium on Industrial Biotechnology

          Like the day before, another session will take place in parallel which is organized by the HealthCapital Berlin Brandenburg cluster and the High Performance Center "Functional Integration", and deals with the topics Synthetic biology, Platform technology for cell-free production and Biofunctionalization of Polymer Materials.  Professor Fabian Commichau (BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg) will start the session with a lecture on bacterial genome minimization. Afterwards, the two research groups PZ-Syn (project leader: Dr. S. Kubick; Fraunhofer IZI-BB) and BioPol (project leader: Prof. J. Ganster; Fraunhofer IAP) will give insights into their current research projects.

          Confirmed Speakers

          Program
          Welcome and short Introduction of HealthCapital and High Performance Center "Functional Integration"9:00-9:20
          From Bacillus subtilis to Minibacillus: on the road to a minimal organism 9:20-9:45
          Coffee break9:45-9:50
          Session: Qualifying a Fungal Platform Technoloy for the Cell-free Production of High-Value Biologicals
          • Chair: Dr. Stefan Kubick, Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology, Branch Bioanalytics and Bioprocesses
           
          9:50-9:55
          Unspecific peroxygenases: Functional diversity of a fungal oxyfunctionalization tool
          • Prof. Martin Hofrichter
           
          9:55-10:10
          Oxidative biocatalysts to design new oxyfunctionalization tools for drugs and added value bio-based products
          • Prof. Katrin Scheibner, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus - Senftenberg, Germany
           
          10:10-10:25
          Exploring the Potential of Cell-free Systems
          • Dr. Stefan Kubick, Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology, Branch Bioanalytics and Bioprocesses
           
          10:25-10:40
          In vitro pharmacology and toxicology test systems using physiologically relevant human hepatocytes
          • Prof. Jan-Heiner Küpper, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus - Senftenberg, Germany
           
          10:40-10:55
          Discussion 10:55-11:05
          Coffee break11:05-11:10
          Session: Biotechnology and Polymerscience: Bridging two Worlds for Innovation 
          Malaysian Palm Oil, a Substrate for fast-growing Fungi
          • Prof. Dr. Peter Stahmann, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus - Senftenberg, Germany
           
          11:10-11:25
          Biofunctionalizing Polymers: from Milligram to Kilogram Scale
          • Dr. Ruben R. Rosencrantz, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP
           
          11:25-11:40
          Antimicrobial Packaging - PE Films Containing Halloysite Nanotubes Loaded with Essential Oils
          • Tobias Hückstaedt, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP
           
          11:40-11:55
          Cell-Free biosensors - Synthetic biology for diagnostics
          • Dr. Max Mundt, MiProbes Biotechnologies UG
           
          11:55-12:10

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