13:30 Registration opens

FRIDAY | MARCH 8 | 14:00 – 20:00

Pre-Conference Workshops

14:00 – 15:00
Do it yourself: My first steps in Python coding
Vincenzo Venerito, University of Bari, Italy I Claudio Caputo, B12, Belgium I Guillaume Gatineau, Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland

Participants will acquire basic and practical Python coding skills applicable to Rheumatology research. No previous experience in coding or statistics is required. Participants are expected to use their own PCs or Macs (any Linux distribution is welcome as well) and are asked to download Anaconda from in advance. It is also recommended to have a Google account for accessing Google Colab. We will provide a demonstration (including code) of both supervised and unsupervised machine learning algorithms, using a real-life datasets.

15:00 – 16:00
A digitally supported patient pathway: Ask the expert

Participants will have the opportunity to network and consult with experts on the implementation of a digitally supported patient pathway. The event will specifically address three main themes

  • remote monitoring (with Philip Hamann, Antoni Chan & Uta Klitz)
  • digital patient self-management, including DTX and education (with Annette de Thurah, Elena Nikiphorou & Johannes Knitza)
  • digital product development (with Steve Gilbert & Marc Blanchard)


16:00 – 17:00 Welcome Coffee

17:00 – 17:20
Introduction: Highlights in digital rheumatology 2023/2024
Johannes Knitza, Thomas Hügle, Martin Krusche & Jutta Richter

chairs: Jacob M. van Laar, Thomas Hügle & Johannes Knitza

17:20 – 17:40
Best practices for virtual care in rheumatology: Lessons from Canada
Claire Barber, University of Calgary, Canada (remote)

17:40 – 18:00
Digital self-management of rheumatic diseases
Elena Nikiphorou, King´s College London, United Kingdom

18:00 – 18:20
Continuous improvement of digital health applications linked to real-world performance monitoring
Stephen Gilbert, Else Kröner Fresenius Center of Digital Health, Dresden, Germany

– networking break –

18:40 – 19:00
Quo vadis digital therapeutics?
Okan Ekinci, Roche Information Solutions, USA

19:00 – 19:30
LLMs and Rheumatology – where do we stand?
Bella Mehta, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, USA (remote)

19:30 – 20:00
Open discussion

– Networking dinner –

SATURDAY | MARCH 9 | 08:30 – 14:00

Session I: Digital Therapeutics

chairs: Johannes Knitza & Thomas Hügle

08:30 – 08:50
An inconvenient truth – and how DTx can help to ease it
Matthias Zenker, GAIA, Hamburg, Germany

08:50 – 09:10
Digital behavioral therapy improves Fibromyalgia outcomes: Results from the PROSPER-FM Multi-center, randomized controlled trial
Mike Rosenbluth, Swing Therapeutics, USA

9:10 – 9:30
Digital rehabilitation and the opportunity of remote monitoring in France
Thomas Davergne,  Sorbonne University, France

09:30 – 10:00  

Fishbowl Discussion: DIGAs in Rheumatology – Reality Check
chairs: Jutta Richter

Okan Ekinci, Roche Information Solutions USA I George Jojo Boateng, Center for Digital Health Interventions Zurich, Switzerland I Marc Blanchard, Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland I Andreas Dam, Daman, Denmark

– coffee break –

Session II: Telemonitoring

chairs: Martin Krusche

10:20 – 10:40
Effectiveness of digital patient education: Results of the WebRA RCT
Annette de Thurah, Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark

10:40 – 11:00
Superiority of a telemedicine-based ultrasound curriculum
Claus-Jürgen Bauer, University Hospital of Bonn, Germany

11:00 – 11:20
From Lupus to RA: Remote monitoring in rheumatic diseases
Antoni Chan, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Reading, United Kingdom

11:20 – 11:40
The role of ePROs in Rheumatology
Uta Kiltz, Ruhr University Bochum and Rheuma Center Ruhrgebiet, Germany

11:40 – 12:00
Improving diagnostic accuracy in Axial Spondyloarthritis: Results of a nationwide telemedicine project
Denis Poddubnyy, Charite Berlin, Germany

– lunch break-

Session III: Artificial Intelligence

chairs: Vincenzo Venerito & Thomas Hügle

13:00 – 13:20
Federated learning of artificial intelligence applications for better health 
Andre Dekker, Maastricht University Medical Center, Netherlands

13:20 – 13:40
Transforming E-Health with AI: The impact on the patient journey in Osteoporosis
Guillaume Gatineau, Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland

13:40 – 13:45
Video Presentation of the Winner “Digital Rheumatology Research Award”

13:40 – 13:45
Award Ceremony 

13:55 – 14:00
Closing Remarks


Scientific Advisory Board

Prof. Thomas Hügle

Department of Rheumatology, University Hospital Lausanne, Switzerland

Prof. Jacob M. van Laar

Rheumatology & Clinical Immunology, University Medical Centre Utrecht, Netherlands

Prof. Jutta Richter

Department Rheumatology & Hiller-Research Unit Rheumatology, University Hospital Düsseldorf, Germany

Prof. Didier Hans

Department of Rheumatology, University Hospital Lausanne, Switzerland

Dr. Martin Krusche

Dr. Johannes Knitza

University Hospital of Giessen and Marburg, Germany

Dr. Martin Krusche

Dr. Martin Krusche

Center of Internal Medicine, University Hospital Hamburg (UKE), Germany

Dr. Johannes Knitza

Dr. Latika Gupta

Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust / University of Manchester, United Kingdom


Dr. Johannes Knitza

Dr. Alexander Oldroyd

University of Manchester, United Kingdom


Dr. Johannes Knitza

Prof. Vincenzo Venerito

University of Bari, Italy


Dr. Johannes Knitza

Dr. Philip Hamann

North Bristol NHS & University of Bristol, United Kingdom


Invited Faculty 


Matteo Caorsi

Dr. Antoni Chan

Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Reading United Kingdom


Antoni Chan is a Consultant Rheumatologist and Associate Medical Director at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust. He did his PhD in immunology Oxford. He has led the Outpatient Clinic Transformation in his hospital. This includes setting up a digital pathway for pathway utilising teleclinics and remote monitoring. He is a Visiting Fellow of the Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK. He works closely within the data, informatics and systems area. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Blood+ Network which is an international collaboration. He is Clinical Lead for Rheumatology his hospital. His team won the National Axial Spondyloarthritis Society (NASS) Aspiring to Excellence Award. He received the Patient Choice Award for Best Care by a Rheumatologist from NASS in the Houses of Parliament, UK. He is Trustee and Medical Advisory Board Member of NASS.  He is a full member of ASAS and Primary Investigator for clinical trials in his department.

Dr. Thomas Davergne

Sorbonne University



Thomas is a french physiotherapist with a PhD in 

Scientific director at Axomove, Thomas Davergne is a french physiotherapist specialized in chronic inflammatory rheumatism and holds a PhD in epidemiology. He is also a member of the French Society of Rheumatology and the European Alliance of Rheumatology Associations (EULAR). His research activities are primarily focused on evaluating new technologies that enable patient self-rehabilitation.


Prof. Annette De Thurah

Aarhus University Hospital



Dr. Annette de Thurah is a professor of health services research in rheumatology at the Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark and Aarhus University, Denmark.

She was trained as a nurse and earned her degree as Master of Public Health in 2000 and later a PhD degree in epidemiology in 2006 at the Aarhus University, Denmark.

She has a strong interest in new models of care within rheumatology, including telehealth solutions and was co-convenor of the ‘2022 EULAR points to consider of remote care in rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases’.

Professor de Thurah served as chair for the EULAR standing committee of Health Professional in Rheumatology from 2016-2019, and became an honorary member of EULAR in 2019.

Since 2018 she has been a member of the scientific committee of FOREUM, Foundation for Research in Rheumatology

Dr. Stephen Gilbert

Else Kröner Fresenius Center for Digital Health, Germany


Stephen Gilbert is Professor of Medical Device Regulatory Science at the Else Kröner Fresenius Center for Digital Health, Technische Universität Dresden where he teaches and conducts research on regulatory science with a team of colleagues. He worked in senior MedTech and Digital Heath roles in industry for 5 years, before returning to academia in 2022.


His research goal are to advance the regulatory science of software as a medical device and AI-enabled medical devices. Innovative digital approaches to healthcare must be accompanied by innovative approaches in regulation to ensure speed to market, to maximum access of patients to life saving treatments whilst ensuring safety on market. My main research interests are in: (i) data sharing and the European Health Data Space; (ii) approaches to market approval of adaptive AI enabled medical devices; (iii) drug<->digital/AI-enabled medical device product realisation; (iv) digital/virtual twins: as an organising concept of the future of healthcare.

Bart Seppen

Dr. Uta Klitz

Ruhr-University Bochum and Rheumacenter Ruhrgebiet, Germany


Dr. Uta Kiltz received her doctorate from the Ruhr University Bochum in 1997 and has been working at the Rheumazentrum Ruhrgebiet in Herne since 2005. She heads the study outpatient clinic and register at the Rheumazentrum Ruhrgebiet. Her scientific interests are in the field of spondyloarthritis and health services research. She has conducted research on aspects of outcome research, digital rheumatology and standards of care. For more than 10 years, she has coordinated the development and update of the national guideline for axial spondyloarthritis and gout in Germany. Since 2021 she is chair of the EULAR Committee for Quality of Care.

Dr. Elena Nikiphorou

King´s College London

United Kingdom


Dr Elena Nikiphorou (MBBS/BSc, MD (Res), PhD, FRCP, PGCME, FHEA) is a Consultant Rheumatologist at Kings’ College Hospital and Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Kings College London (KCL). She has a clinical and academic interest in inflammatory arthritis, comorbidities and long-term outcomes of disease. Current research focuses on refractory disease in rheumatoid arthritis and the role of multimorbidity. She has a keen interest in self-management interventions and has been involved in a number of EULAR task forces, including as a co-convenor of the EULAR recommendations on the implementation of self-management strategies in inflammatory arthritis and a co-methodologist for the points to consider on the use of mobile health apps in self-management of rheumatic diseases.

Matteo Caorsi

Dr. Denis Poddubnyy

Charité Berlin



Denis Poddubnyy is a professor of rheumatology at the Charité University Hospital in Berlin, Germany. In 2008, he completed his PhD thesis related to cardiovascular pathology in ankylosing spondylitis, and in 2013, he finished his lecturer qualification thesis dedicated to the topic of ‘Prediction and prevention of disease progression in early axial spondyloarthritis.’ Since 2003, his research activities have focused on early diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes in patients with axial spondyloarthritis.

Dr. Poddubnyy is a member of the executive committee of the Assessment of SpondyloArthritis International Society (ASAS) and a member of the steering committee of the Group for Research and Assessment of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis (GRAPPA). He is also the author of more than 200 publications on the topic of spondyloarthritis in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters.

Bart Seppen

Dr. Mike Rosenbluth

Swing Therapeutics



Mike Rosenbluth, PhD, is the founder and CEO of Swing Therapeutics. Swing develops digital therapeutics and is a telehealth platform for fibromyalgia and other primary pain and rheumatologic diseases. Mike holds a Doctorate Degree in biomedical engineering from UC Berkeley and UCSF and a BS and MS degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford University. He has been dedicated throughout his career to translating innovation in healthcare with a focus on delivering better care for underserved diseases. 

Dr. Martin Welcker

 MVZ für Rheumatologie



Martin Welcker studied at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich.
As a member of the German National Academic Foundation, he received a scholarship abroad at the Institut Pasteur (Dept. Immunogéntétique in Paris, France) during a phase in which the PCR technique was established.
He completed his PhD on the topic of GSB knee prosthesis under Prof. Dr. F. W. Hagena.
During his postgraduate training he worked at the Rheumatism Unit of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University, the Städt. Hospital Bogenhausen and the Technical University of Munich. He completed this with the recognition as a specialist in internal medicine (1996) and the recognition of the sub-specialty of rheumatology (97).
In addition, he acquired the additional qualifications of chiropractic and osteology DVO.
After working as a senior physician at the Rheumazentrum Oberammergau and at the Städt. Hospital Lainz (Vienna, CA Prof. J. Smolen), he took over a practice on the outskirts of Munich in 2004, originally run by a general internist.
With the goal of improving rheumatology care and based on his specialty, a rheumatology focus practice quickly emerged, which has been established as an MVZ for rheumatology since 2015.
In 2020, the MVZ was approved for ASV Rheumatology. In addition to the guideline-compliant “treat to target” concept in patient care, the focus of activities is on process optimization with digitalization of medicine, in order to allow more time for the patient, among other things, in the conversation in the sense of human medicine.
Thus his activities in the executive committee of the professional association of German rheumatologists and the cooperation in the AG IT/Digitalisierung of the BDRH as well as the cooperation in the AG Digitales of the DGRH counted to his tasks. Dr. Welcker is also involved in numerous national and international lectures and publications.


Dr. David Simon

Marc Blanchard

Lausanne University Hospital



Marc Blanchard is a Ph.D. candidate at Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV), specializing in digital health solutions for chronic rheumatic conditions, under the supervision of Prof. Thomas Hügle. He holds a Bachelor’s in Biology and a Master’s in Medical Biology with a focus on Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Drug Development from Lausanne University. Marc is currently leading the DETECTRA project, a remote patient monitoring system for rheumatoid arthritis, and is in charge of the development and clinical testing of a chronic pain management app. He contributes to a digital health spin-off of CHUV and possesses an extensive network in the digital health community.

Sandra Hauser-Ulrich

Prof. Claire Barber

University of Calgary



Dr Claire Barber is an Associate Professor at the University of Calgary in the Department of Community Health Sciences and the Department of Medicine. She is also a Research Scientist with Arthritis Research Canada. She is the Scientific Director for the Bone & Joint Health Strategic Clinical Network for Alberta Health Services. She is a practicing rheumatologist with clinical expertise in inflammatory arthritis. Her research interests include developing, testing, and implementing quality measures for arthritis care. She also has research interests in improving care delivery leveraging new models of arthritis care including virtual care. Along with patient and research partners across Canada, she helped lead the Canadian Rheumatology Association’s Consensus Statement on Best Practices for Virtual Care in Rheumatology.

Andreas Dam




Andreas Dam is Founder and CEO, working with several clients and partners in the healthcare system, including most of the top-20 global pharma companies, patient federations and leading healthcare providers, primarily within the European market. My focus lies on product developments in digital health, business development, as well as the cultural and organizational efficiency of Daman. I also work as a strategic advisor for clients within the topics of digital health, innovative partnerships and value-based healthcare.

Dr. George Jojo Boateng

Center for Digital Health Interventions Zurich



Dr. George Boateng is a Computer Scientist, Engineer, Educator, and Social Entrepreneur recognized as one of the 2023 Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe, 2022 IBM New Creators, and 2021 MIT Technology Review’s 35 Innovators Under 35. He is a Postdoctoral Researcher (focus on Digital Biomarkers) and Core Lead of  Wearable AI for Rheumatoid Arthritis Management (WARAM) at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. His research spans ubiquitous computing (mobile and wearable), applied machine learning, mobile health, and education, and has resulted in over 30 peer-reviewed publications in international conferences and journals. 


He is also the CEO and Cofounder of Kwame AI Inc., an AI start-up that empowers learners and knowledge workers (e.g., educators, researchers, lawyers) with their personal knowledge assistants to improve their outcomes and productivity significantly. Kwame AI has AI assistants: Adesua (science education), SuaCode (coding education), EsqAI (legal research) and runs community support initiatives: AfricAIED, a workshop on AI in Education in Africa, and Brilla AI, an open-source project building an AI Contestant for Ghana’s National Science and Math Quiz (NSMQ). 


He previously worked as a Visiting Researcher at the University of Cambridge, U.K., and as an Applied Scientist at Amazon (Alexa AI). He has a BA in Computer Science and an MS in Computer Engineering from Dartmouth College, U.S., and a PhD in Applied Machine Learning from ETH Zurich, Switzerland


Dr. David Simon

Dr. Matthias Zenker




Matthias is a physician by training and holds a medical doctorate degree. He has gained both inpatient and outpatient medical expertise in various healthcare systems around the world. Matthias joined GAIA over 22 years ago. In his current role as Chief Medical Solutions Officer, Matthias is responsible for leveraging GAIA’s decades of DTx medical research and expertise internationally and providing integrated solutions to payer and physician organizations.

Prof. Andre Dekker

Maastricht University Medical Center

The Netherlands


Prof. Andre Dekker, PhD (1974) is a medical physicist and professor of Clinical Data Science at Maastricht University Medical Center and Maastro Clinic in The Netherlands. His Clinical Data Science research group (50 staff) focuses on 1) federated FAIR data infrastructures, 2) AI for health outcome prediction models and 3) applying AI to improve health of patients and citizens. Prof. Dekker has authored over 250 publications, mentored more than 30 PhD students and holds multiple awards and patents on the topic of federated data and AI. He has held visiting scientist appointments at universities and companies in the UK, Australia, Italy, USA and Canada. He is Chief Scientific Officer of Medical Data Works.



Prof. Okan Ekinci

Roche Information Solutions



Okan Ekinci is SVP & Global Head of Marketing & Innovation for Roche Information Solutions (Santa Clara, CA, USA). Roche delivers digital health solutions that empower healthcare professionals and patients to make insights-based decisions and personalize healthcare.

With his team, Okan redefines the way digital health products are designed, validated, implemented, and marketed. He serves on the steering board of the StarfinderLab AI innovation program and the global healthcare accelerator Startup Creasphere.

Okan joined Roche in 2018 to build and lead the new Medical & Scientific Affairs function for digital products. Before joining Roche, he was Global Head of Healthcare Consulting at Siemens Healthineers, developing and offering IT-enabled transformation and clinical consulting services. Prior to that, he established the Global Medical Office of Healthineers and served as its first CMO. Okan spent eight out of his 20+ years of experience in the healthcare sector in clinical practice in cardiology. 

Okan holds an MBA from the European School of Management and Technology, Berlin, an MD from the University of Mainz, Germany, and is adjunct professor of medicine at the University College Dublin, Ireland. 


Dr. Bella Mehta

Hospital for Special Surgery

New York, USA


Dr. Bella Mehta specializes in the care of patients with various rheumatic conditions including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, systemic lupus erythematosus, osteoarthritis and has a particular interest in adult-onset Still’s disease. 

Dr. Mehta is actively involved as an investigator in numerous clinical studies focusing on disparities in rheumatologic diseases and has been the recipient of several awards for her research studies. Dr. Mehta’s research reflects her commitment to achieving health equity, focusing on disparities in rheumatologic diseases

Dr. Mehta leads studies to identify and build creative approaches using Big Data and Artificial Intelligence to improve diagnoses and patient outcomes.

Claudio Caputo

B12, Brussels



Claudio obtains a Master’s degree in Physics at Università degli Studi di Bari in 2013 and a Ph.D. in experimental particle physics in 2017. His thesis focused on investigating the properties of the Higgs boson by analizing the enormous quantity of data produced by the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. He worked as a postdoctoral researcher and as FNRS Charge de Recherche, at UCLouvain, from 2017 until 2023. During his postdocs, Claudio developed a comprehensive understanding of data analysis techniques, including statistical modelling, machine learning, and data visualization. He mastered cutting edge technologies in the AI domain. He gained extensive experience working with large datasets and developing custom analysis tools to extract meaningful insights from complex data. He is proficient in various scripting and programming languages and he worked with different high-performance computing and big-data platforms. Furthermore, He worked in a multinational, multicultural environment and he acquired strong management and coordination skills. He supervise PhD students and he coordinated international teams. Recently Claudio move to the private sector as a consultant for IT/AI projects.


Sandra Hauser-Ulrich

Dr. Guillaume Gatineau

Lausanne University Hospital



I am Guillaume Gatineau, Ph.D. candidate at the Interdisciplinary Center of Bone Disease, Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland. I am specializing in life sciences (Phd) in the field of bone health, working with clinical data from various modalities (qualitative / quantitative and imaging) to develop multi-factorial machine learning and deep learning models to improve the fragility ffracture risk assessment.

I have a bachelor’s degree in general mathematics and a Master’s degree in applied mathematics, statistics with specialization in data science. I concurrently serve as a Data Scientist at Medimaps Group, Switzerland, and I have confirmed expertise in signal processing, data analysis (statistics) and machine/deep learning. 

Dr. Claus-Jürgen Bauer

University Hospital Bonn



Claus-Juergen Bauer, MD works as a rheumatologist at the Department of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology (Clinic for Internal Medicine III) at the University Hospital Bonn. He is also junior research group leader of the Translational Rheumatology Research Group Bonn (TARRAGON) and the Artificial Intelligence in Rheumatology Research Group (RheumAI).


Claus-Juergen Bauer completed medical studies at the University of Cologne (Germany), with stays abroad in Pittsburgh (USA) and London (United Kingdom). In his doctoral thesis, he conducted research in collaboration with Stanford University (USA) and the German Sport University Cologne.

Under the mentorship of Associate Professor Dr. Valentin Schaefer, Claus-Juergen Bauer has become a key representative of rheumatological research in Bonn with a variety of research projects under his responsibility and 21 congress abstracts accepted in 2023 alone. His particular scientific interest is in clinical and translational research in the field of rheumatology that implements innovative approaches and cutting-edge technology. In recognition of his scientific work, he was awarded a 2000€ travel grant by the German Society for Rheumatology in 2023.


Claus-Juergen Bauer is a member of several professional associations, such as the German Society for Rheumatology (DGRh), the German Society for Ultrasound in Medicine (DEGUM) and the Group for Research and Assessment of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis (GRAPPA), and is a sought-after guest speaker at numerous training events and congresses.

Sponsors & Partners 2024

This course is endorsed by:

Digital Rheumatology Research Award


The award will be given to scientists for innovative master theses, dissertations, or publications in the field of digital rheumatology.

The research price includes:

  • 500 Euros
  • 10 minute oral presentation and award ceremony during the Digital Rheumatology Day in Berlin
  • A small article will be published at the Digital Rheumatology Network and its social media channels.

General conditions:

  • At the time of application, the publication/thesis/dissertation should not be more than two years old.
  • Papers must have been published in an international peer-reviewed recognized journal as original work and applicant must be first or last author.
  • Thesis or dissertations must already have been accepted or published at a university.

The winner will be selected by the board members of the Digital Rheumatology Network based on clinical relevance, originality, and scientific merit.

Please send us the following documents in English in one pdf file:

  • A curriculum vitae
  • A short abstract summary (max. 300 words)
  • Proof of acceptance as thesis, dissertation, or publication

The application deadline is over!

Poster Presentation Invitation

Are you engaged in digital Rheumatology research that has the potential to enhance the quality of care in rheumatology?

Showcase your work as an E-Poster on a screen in the exhibition area at our upcoming event in Berlin. It is an excellent opportunity to share your findings and contribute to the advancement of Rheumatology.

All poster presenters are welcome to participate free of charge, and the top poster will be honored with a €500 prize.

Kindly submit your poster by February 25th FullHD resolution, landscape format (1920 x 1080px), in either PDF, Jpg. or PowerPoint (pptx) format. You can also send it as mp4 with your recorded voice.

Please send your poster to:

General Information


Seminaris CampusHotel Berlin

Takustraße 39
14195 Berlin

Room Domus at the Conference Center 2nd floor



Who should attend?

The Digital Rheumatology Day connects leading experts from a wide variety of disciplines like physicians (Rheumatologists, Radiologists, Rehabilitation, Internal Medicine, Immunologists), patients, pharma and MedTech industry, Health IT companies, associations, consultants and academia as well as research centers to discover new innovative practices.



8 CME credits from credits Swiss Society of Allergologie and Immunology (SSAI)

5 CME credits from Swiss Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (SGPMR)

7 CME credits from Swiss Society of Rheumatology (SRG)



The event language is English.


Comeed – Medical Conferences, Meetings & Education        Sina Reis-Balikcioglu



There are three ways to join the meeting:

1. on site in Berlin

2. online on Friday and on-site on Saturday

3. online on Friday only.

All participants will receive the recordings of the event afterwards.  (subject to the approval of the speakers)

Catering is provided for all participants on site. The networking dinner is included in the registration fee.

As a student or trainee, you are welcome to register for the event at a rate of CHF 60. Please contact the congress organisation for your registration code.

Prices until March 23:

Industry  – 350 

Physicians & scientists – 120 

Students & trainees – 60

Prices after March 23:

Industry – 390 

Physicians & scientists – 140

Students & trainees – 75