ICPerMed has just published a strategic document called Vision Paper, aimed at using of personalised medicine approaches to promote “next-generation” medicine in 2030, which will be focused on the personal characteristics of the individual by providing increased effectiveness, economic value and equitable access for all citizens to the best health care. More information and the
The First Newsletter of EULAC-PerMed project has already been launched. It covers the main project activities, events and advances of the project from its beginning on past January 2019 up to the present date. The Newsletter is available in the Press Room section of this website.
Health technology assessment research in Personalized Medicine A total of 20 researchers from European and LAC countries —priority given to those from LAC countries— will participate in a Training event with the aim of improving and sharing the appropriate knowledge and skills that will allow them to improve understanding of the health technology assessment (HTA)
Building bridges in Personalised Medicine between Latin America-Caribbean and Europe This event is planned as an interactive workshop to discuss and analyse the situation of PM in LAC countries (challenges, barriers and needs) and options for strengthening collaboration with Europe. The workshop will serve as a first step to start building links with countries interested
Innovative methodologies for data use and management in Personalised Medicine Research In order to address the existing challenges in PM research and to help establish common methodologies, the EULAC-PerMed project is organizing technical workshops that will create a platform for sharing technical insight on existing and upcoming methodologies. The first workshop will take place on
EULAC PerMed will be holding three relevant events in December 2019 in Montevideo, Uruguay.
The first edition of EULAC-PerMed Summer School took place in Madrid at the National School of Health of the Carlos III Institute of Health (ISCIII), during 7th and 8th of November 2019. With the objective to share and improve the knowledge on the main lines on Personalized Medicine research, this Summer School, organized by the