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Per Damkier tiltrædelsesforelæsning

Clinical professor Per Damkier
Inaugural seminar
”Clinically applied pharmacogenomics - status, perspectives and challenges"
 
November 4th, 2016, from 14:00 hrs CET
The Auditorium, University of Southern Denmark
J.B. Winsloews Vej 25, 5000 Odense C
 
On the occasion of Per Damkier’s appointment as clinical professor of Applied Pharmacogenomics at the Research Unit of Clinical Biochemistry & Pharmacology, Department of Clinical Research, University of Southern Denmark and at the Department of Clinical Biochemistry & Pharmacology, Odense University Hospital, the Faculty of Health Sciences hereby invites you to attend an inaugural seminar with the following program:
 
14.00-14.05: Introduction and welcome
Ole Skøtt, Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southern Denmark
 
14.05-14.45: "Are we there yet? Reflections on applied germline pharmacogenomics"  
                      Per Damkier, Professor, MD, PhD
                      Research Unit of Clinical Biochemistry & Pharmacology Department of Clinical
                      Research, University of Southern Denmark Department of Clinical Biochemistry &
                      Pharmacology, Odense University Hospital
 
14.45-15.25: "Pharmacogenomics and its role in personalised medicine"
                      Sir Munir Pirmohamed, Professor, MB ChB (Hons), PhD, FRCP,
                      FRCP(E), FBPhS, FMedSci
                      Institute of Translational Medicine University of Liverpool
 
15.25-15.35: Discussion and closing of the seminar
 
After the seminar, a reception will be held in the Café, J.B. Winsloews Vej 25, ground floor.
 
The Faculty of Health Sciences would like to invite all interested persons to attend the seminar and the following reception.
 
If you wish to participate, we kindly ask you to register here no later than October 31, 2016
 
For further information or questions please contact Kirsten Anette Jensen kajensen@health.sdu.dk
 
Best regards,
 
Ole Skøtt
Dean