Coordinating Action Systems Medicine
The Systems Medicine Program at Georgetown collaborates with The Coordinating Action Systems Medicine (CASyM), a multidisciplinary European consortium that joined forces to develop an implementation strategy (road map) for Systems Medicine. The CASyM road map is driven by clinical needs: It aims to identify areas where a systems approach will address clinical questions and solve clinical problems.
CASYM Members include:
Mikael Benson, MD
Professor of paediatrics and systems medicine
Centre for Individualised Medicine
Department of paediatrics
Linköping University, Sweden
Prof. Dr. Damjana Rozman
Head of the Centre for Functional Genomics and Bio-Chips
Institute of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine
University of Ljubljana
Hans Westerhoff, Ph.D.
Director of Manchester Centre for Integrative Systems Biology (MCISB) and Director of Doctoral Training
School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science
The University of Manchester
The Systems Medicine program has recently initiated a collaboration with Pine Biotech an educational company that provides hands-on experiences in the use of BIG Data. This is very applicable to relevant areas like Personalized medicine and Drug-design.
The company hosted an in-person workshop on the use of Machine Learning for Transcriptomics Data in March to kick-off the collaboration.
The workshop was conducted by the company's CEO Elia Brodsky and Dr. Vladimir Galatenko from Tauber Bioinformatics Research Center, Israel.