Sustainable Research – How to Sustain IT

How Can IT and Software Tools Make Your Work in the Lab & Research Sustainable?






Kerstin Hermuth-Kleinschmidt, PhD,

NIUB-Nachhaltigskeitsberatung, Freiburg i. Br., Germany







Health Data – Who Owns What?

How the Individual Gets in Control  eHealth, Swiss Health Database Initiative





Ulrich Genick, PhD,

MIDATA Personal Data Cooperatives – My Data our Health, Schlieren








Breaking Down Taboos: The Reproducibility Problem Reproducibility of Results in Published Papers.





Sofia Georgakopoulou, PhD,

Co-founder & Director Non-profit organization Science Publication Network, Basel







eHealth Quo Vadis – How Soon Can Internet Knowledge Replace My Physician?
An Outline of eHealth Knowledge Management.





Pavel Kraus, PhD,

President, Swiss Knowledge Management Forum, AHT Intermediation GmbH, Pfäffikon







Validated Systems in the Cloud - A Paradigm Shift?
CSV and Cloud Computing





Angelo D'Annunzio,

Global Head Safety Workflows, pRED Informatics, Roche Innovation Center, Basel








Three R's for Open Medical Research Data: Re-use, Reproduce, Reward
Computer Assisted Surgery / Medical Image Repository.





Michael Kistler, PhD,

Sicas, Swiss Institute for Computer Assisted Surgery, Courroux






Affordable & Effective Risk Management for Small Businesses & Start-Up Companies

Requirements to Provide Risk Information to Investors, Insurers & Authorities





Andreas Th. Gitzi, Chem. HTL, FH, Geschäftsführer & Beratung,
TeRiskCo – Technisches Risk Consulting, St. Pantaleon







Am I Born to Be Wild?

How Do 30 to 60 Year Old Men Deal With Health in Everyday Life?






Frank Luck, MScN,

Zentrum Gender Studies, Universität Basel, Basel

The 9th Life Science Forum Basel took place on Monday, the 20th of June from midday onwards. You can download the presentations further below while the full agenda here can be found here - LINK 







The 9th Edition of the Life Science Forum Basel


- eHealth-what is in it for the Patient - Download Full Agenda -


took place on Monday, 20th June 2016 from midday (12noon) at the

Pharmazentrum/Biozentrum of the University of Basel (LINK)

Challenges of Personalised Health for Life Sciences

Clinical Medicine and Society How to Manage Personal Health Data in Switzerland.








Peter Meier-Abt, Prof. Dr. med., Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences (SAMS), Bern




The Balance of Supporting Powers

How Basel Economy & Authorities Fuel Life Sciences.







Deborah Strub, Handelskammer beider Basel (HKBB), Bereichsleiterin Life Sciences, Bildung und Forschung, Basel

eHealth - what is in it for the Patient