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Dr Mairéad O'Driscoll, Chief Executive, Health Research Board
9.20 - 11.00
Session 1: The promise of personalised medicine
Personalised medicine promises to transform the way healthcare is delivered. This session will set the scene with an overview of what personalised medicine is and the opportunities it offers.
Chair: Prof. Bernie Hannigan, Chairperson, HRB Board
09.20: Prof. Dame Anna Dominiczak, University of Glasgow
10.00: Ejner Moltzen, ICPerMed
11.00 - 12.00
Session 2: Personalised medicine in action
This session will present case studies showcasing the potential of personalised medicine across a range of applications.
Chair: Prof. Aedín Culhane, University of Limerick School of Medicine
11.00: Case studies, with speakers including:
- Prof. Norman Delanty, Beaumont Hospital/Royal College of Surgeons Ireland
- Prof. Maeve Lowery, Trinity College Dublin/St James's Hospital
12.00 - 13.00
Session 3: Value assessment, cost and equity in personalised medicine
How should we define value when it comes to implementing personalised medicine? This session will broaden out the debate to examine some of the challenges in areas such as cost and equity.
Chair: Prof. Charles Normand, Trinity College Dublin
12.00: Prof. Katherine Payne, University of Manchester
12.20: Prof. Michael Barry, National Centre of Pharmacoeconomics
14.15 - 16.00
Session 4: Perspectives on the path forward for personalised medicine
The final session will bring together aspects from across the day's discussions to look ahead to the future - asking how stakeholders across health and research can work together to make the promise of personalised medicine a reality in Ireland.
Chair: Muiris O'Connor, Department of Health
14.15 Discussion panel, with contributors including:
- Deirdre Poretti, Roche
- Dr Aisling de Paor, Dublin City University
- Dr Teresa Maguire, Health Research Board