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Clinical & Genetic Epidemiology

Winter School, March 18-29, 2019












Winter School “Clinical and Genetic Epidemiology – Strategies to Drive Personalized Medicine“

Prof. Konstantin Strauch (Genetic Epidemiology, IBE-LMU/HMGU) and Prof. Ulrich Mansmann (Biometry and Bioinformatics, IBE-LMU) are happy to host the seventh Winter School in Clinical and Genetic Epidemiology – Strategies to Drive Personalized Medicine.

It takes place from March 18th until March 29th, 2019, at Klinikum Großhadern in Munich.


- Cancer Genomics

- Predictive Medicine

- Prediction Models

- Metabolomics

- Biomarker Driven Clinical Trials

- Basic NGS Data Processing Exercise

- Ethical Aspects of Clinical & Genetic Epidemiology

- Clinical Studies and Translational Medicine

- Statistics for High-Dimensional Data

- Pharmacogenomics

- Health Economics

- Data Sharing



further information:




Flyer:                     cgepiws2019_flyer         


Registration:     https://www.ibe.med.uni-muenchen.de/studium_lehre/kurse/application_winter_school/index.html)



Language:          Teaching language will be English.


The number of participants is limited to 20 persons. Interested persons are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

The application deadline is February 18th, 2019.  Early bird registration is possible until January 21th, 2019.

HELENA covers the early bird rate (320,00 €) of the course for all interested HELENA members.

In the case of unexcused absences, HELENA reserves the right to claim refund of the tuition fee.


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