Conference programme

“Precision Medicine Research and Implementation: Rebooting in the Nordics

The conference is a unique opportunity to meet representatives in the field of precision medicine research and implementation – human geneticists, big data scientists, biobankers, epidemiologists, hospital clinicians, biomedical industry researchers and executives, health system administrators, policymakers, educators, and more! Come and listen to the latest news and current trends in precision medicine, while networking with professional colleagues.

Explore Copenhagen!

Celebrate Halloween in Tivoli. Tivoli is an amusement park found right in the center of Copenhagen close to Copenhagen central station, City Hall, and the shopping street, Strøget. Tivoli opened in 1843 and is the second oldest in the world of its kind. Here you can go for a walk in the Tivoli gardens, experience the Halloween exhibition, or go to one of the multiple restaurants. Entrance fee is DKK 145 (EUR 19.50). To go to Tivoli take the M4 Metro line from Orientkaj to Rådhuspladsen.

Or explore the beautiful old town around Kongens Nytorv with the Royal Danish Theater, Charlottenborg Palace, that houses the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Hotel D’angleterre and the shoppingcenter  Magasin Du Nord. Here you will also find an abundance of restaurants and bars. From Kongens Nytorv you can walk to Amalienborg, which is the residence of the Danish royal family and Queen of Denmark, Margrethe II. Or take a stroll to Nyhavn, the famous street with colored buildings alongside the canals filled to the brim with amazing ships and boats. Here you can get a drink or dine at popular restaurants in all price ranges. If you continue down Nyhavn and walk over the biking bridge to the Christianshavn side you will find Broens Gadekøkken – normally a big street food area – but on Friday 4 November it turns into an ice skating rink that offers lots of winter fun, ice skating and hot drinks completed by a beautiful view of the waterfront and canals of Copenhagen. 
Take the M4 metro line from Orientkaj and get off at Kongens Nytorv.