Session 4

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Session IV: Data Privacy in Medicine

Genomic Privacy | Data Privacy Technologies | Multi-Party Secure Computing, Data Anonymisation Algorithms | In-Memory Computing | Blockchain | Health Cloud | Health Data Ethics and Bioethics

Short Presentations

Prof Thomas Wiegand, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute
ITU/WHO Focus Group on Artificial Intelligence for Health


Prof Richard Röttger, University of Southern Denmark
Privacy-Aware Distributed Machine Learning


Dr Yang Zhang, CISPA – Helmholtz Center i.G.
Dissecting Privacy Risks in Biomedical Data


Nadine Nehme, PhD, Medicus AI GmbH
Device-Based Pseudo-Anonymisation of Medical Data Using Differential Privacy


Dr Fabian Prasser, Technical University of Munich
Anonymising Health Data – Theory and Practice


Dr Mathias Humbert, Swiss Data Science Center
Anonymising Genetic Data: Are We There Yet?


Dr Cécile Monteil, iLumens
Blockchain: What Does It Have to Do With Healthcare?


Arnaud Pourredon, Meditect
Improving Authenticity and Traceability of Medicines Using Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence


Prof Dominik Seelow, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin / Berlin Institute of Health (BIH)
Dare to Share – Sharing Genotypic and Phenotypic Data


Prof Carsten Claussen, Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology IME
FAIR Data? How Can We Access Human Data and Gain From This Resource – Medical Data Space


Prof Eva Winkler, National Center for Tumor Diseases Heidelberg
Responsible Data Sharing Will Increase Value


Dr Paul Hammer, BIOMES NGS GmbH
Personalised Prevention Healthcare by Microbiome Analysis


Wrap-up and Perspectives

Prof Daniel Strech, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin / QUEST Center, Berlin Institute of Health (BIH)

Prof Christoph Lippert, Hasso Plattner Institute / University of Potsdam


Keynote: Prof Kevin Esvelt, Head of Sculpting Evolution Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Community-Guided Ecosystem Engineering to Benefit Public Health


Q&A:

Prof Kevin Esvelt, Head of Sculpting Evolution Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Community-Guided Ecosystem Engineering to Benefit Public Health

Prof Roland Eils, Founding Director of the BIH Digital Health Center and Scientific Director Future Medicine 2018, Berlin Institute of Health (BIH)