NSHG-PM 2022 Conference

"Precision Medicine Research and Implementation: Rebooting in the Nordics post-COVID"

Thank you for attending the NSHG-PM 2022 conference in Copenhagen!

The Nordic Society of Human Genetics and Precision Medicine was so excited to see such a great crowd of speakers, panels, poster presenters and exhibitors who all contributed to sharing knowledge and networking towards creating a successful Nordic collaboration on precision medicine research and infrastructure.

Our goal is still to build bridges from research to public health and clinical implementation of precision medicine through meetings, confereneces and workshops.

The Nordic countries have a rich history of global leadership in health research and healthcare, and NSHG-PM represents a rapidly growing movement of scientists, clinicians, and other stakeholders seeking to demonstrate to the world the value of combining data from genomics and other -omics research with health and other registry data to allow for more precision in disease prevention and treatment. If you want to join us you can read more about our membership here.

We hope to see you again in Tallinn, Estonia in 2023 and in Trondheim, Norway in 2024!

Meet our Keynote speakers, Session chairs & Session speakers

Henrik Ullum, SSI

Henrik Ullum,
Statens Serum Institut, Denmark

Kari Stefansson, deCODE genetics, Iceland

Camilla Stoltenberg, The Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway

Saskia Sanderson, Our Future Health, United Kingdom

Pål Rasmus Njølstad, University of Bergen, Norway

Niels Jessen, Steno Diabetes Center, Denmark

Sisse Rye Ostrowski, Rigshospitalet and University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Anders Børglum, Aarhus University, Denmark

Thomas Werge, Institute of Biological Psychiatry, Denmark

Eivind Hovig, University of Oslo, Norway

Ingrid Kockum, Karolinska Institute, Sweden

Lili Milani, Estonian Genome Center, Estonia

Andrea Ganna, Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland, Finland

Søren Brunak, NNF, Center for Protein Research and University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Richard Rosenquist Brandell, Karolinska Institute, Sweden

Jan Egebjerg, Lundbeck Foundation

Jan Egebjerg, Lundbeck Foundation, Denmark

Ole Andreassen, University of Oslo, Norway

Ditte Demontis, Aarhus University, Denmark

Hildur Ægisdóttir, deCODE

Hildur Ægisdóttir, deCODE genetics, Iceland

Lu Yi

Lu Yi, Karolinska Institute, Sweden

Hannes Helgason, deCODE genetics, Iceland

Åsa Johansson, Uppsala University, Sweden

Emma Ahlqvist, Lund University, Sweden

Emma Maria Haapaniemi, University of Oslo, Norway

Kasper Lage, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Sædís Sævarsdottír, University of Iceland, Iceland

Hege Russnes, Oslo University Hospital, Norway

Tuomo Kiiskinen, Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland, Finland

Gudný Ella Thorlacius, Karolinska Institute, Sweden

Teele Palumaa, University of Tartu, Estonia

Bettina Lundgren, Danish National Genome Center, Denmark

Jonas Ghouse, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Thjódbjörg Eiríksdóttir, deCODE genetics, Iceland

Palle Duun Rohde, Aalborg University, Denmark

Sigurgeir Ólafsson, deCODE genetics, Iceland

Tomi Mäkelä, iCAN Project, Finland

Kaur Alasoo, University of Tartu, Estonia

Marc Vaudel, University of Bergen, Norway

Samuli Ripatti, Institute for Molecular Medicine, Finland

Erik Abner, University of Tartu, Estonia

Per Magnus, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway

Torben Hansen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Tuomo Hartonen, Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland, Finland

Torben Hansen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Siri Håberg, Center for Fertility and Health, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway




Kulturkajen Docken

Kulturkajen Docken is our conference venue.
Docken is a former salt warehouse repurposed for
exhibitions, conferences, concerts, and other events.
It is part of the transformation of Nordhavn from maritime industrial area to an urban archipelago of residences, workplaces, and public parks, which is the largest metropolitan development project in northern Europe.
Find out more about Kulturkajen Docken.

Docken is easily accessible by car, bus and walking.
Take the metro to Orientkaj station and walk to Docken in minutes.
Take bus 164 towards Oceankaj, which stops right next to Docken.
Take the car and use one of our 200 free parking spaces.