18 june 2019

h. 18:30 | Donation to Bologna University of the original Gaspare Tagliacozzi, “De Curtorum Chirurgia per Insitionem”

 

14 june 2019

h. 11:00 | DNA instability and possible alternative life forms
Tomas Lindahl’s Lecture, Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2015

 

h. 10:00 | Antarex calculates drugs to block epidemics with intelligence

 

MAY 12 | Day 4

h. 15:00 | Tradition and innovation in hip, spine and foot surgery at Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli

 

h. 11:30 | The revolution of personalized medicine: are we going to cure all diseases and at what price?
Aaron Ciechanover Chemistry’s Lecture – Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2004

 

h. 11:00 | Twenty-three years after Dolly: how should cloning technology be used?

 

h.10:30 | Did Ulysses meet Moby Dick with a Colt or a Smith & Wesson? A GPS to navigate the brain

 

h. 10:00 | The great exploration expeditions into the human brain: what is happening and what is being discovered

 

MAY 11th | Day 3

h. 19:00 | Past, Present, and Future of nuclear reprogramming
John Gurdon’s Lecture – Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2012

 

h. 18:00 |Lopsided diets and where to find them

 

h. 17:30 | The three brothers who never sleep and other sleep disturbance cases

 

h. 17:00 | Big Data and Privacy Law

 

h. 17:00 | Uric acid and mental efficacy: the first example of biological waste recyclingi

 

h. 16:00 | Digitalisation of the doctor-patient relationship: light and shadow

 

h. 16:00 | Why are higher childood IQ scores related to better health and longer life?

 

h. 15:00 |Risk of toxicity for health of food and supplements

 

h. 14:00 | A new era is beginning. Alzheimer syndrome prevention?

 

h. 14:00 | Transferring health sphere know-how via augmented and virtual reality

 

h. 12:00 | Vaccines: psychology, society and politics

 

h. 12:00 | Diabetes and high performance medicine: convergence between human and artificial intelligence

 

h. 11:30 | Obstructive sleep apnea: causes, effects and cures

 

h. 10:30 | What we know about the genetic and neuro-biological bases of human intelligence and their uses

 

h. 10:00 | Cholesterol and thereabouts: new rules and new drugs… 10 hot questions for the experts

 

h. 10:00 | Innovations in robotic surgery and 3D imaging

 

MAY 10th | Day 2

h. 18:00 | What are the risks to sportspeople’s hearts?

 

h. 17:00 |New technologies for predictive medicine in cardiology and oncology

 

h. 17:00 | Intelligent collaboration model: chronic intestinal failure

 

h. 16:30 | 2030: Gynaecological Odysseya

 

h. 16:30 | Telemedicine: experience, state of the art and the future

 

h. 15:30 | Innovations by Alma Mater Studiorium – Università Di Bologna in medical research

 

h. 15:00 | Vaccines: Science and Social Media

 

h. 14:30 | Congenital cardiopathy surgery: evolutions and complexity

 

h. 12:00 | Pharmaceutical research: the intelligence which generates health

 

h. 11.00 | The brain: stories of thinking cells

 

h. 11.00 | Would you bet money on the sun not rising tomorrow? No? So why do you take homoeopathic products, have needles stuck in your body, etc.?

 

h. 10.00 | Strategies for intelligent health: smoking damage reduction for a smoke free future

 

h. 10.00 | New technologies in surgery

 

MAY 9th | Day 1

h. 18.00 | The dawn of regenerative medicine

 

h. 17.30 | Inauguration with the Authorities  and Presentation of the fifth edition of the Festival della Scienza Medica

 

h. 16.00 | The origin and dissemination of Fake News in the medical and health fields

 

h. 15:30 | How long does it take for a discovery to become a cure?

 

h. 15:00 | Digital Innovation and new skills in the Pharmaceutical sector

 

The Da Vinci Robot at Palazzo Pepoli 

 

h. 12:00 | Innovations in the oncology immunotherapy field

 

h. 11:00 | How a virtual smile becomes a real one

 

h. 10:30 | Precision oncology: a medical revolution already under way

 

h. 9:30 | A for Adolescence. Care for the body and emotions

 

PRESS CONFERENCE | 11 April 2019
PALAZZO PEPOLI. MUSEO DELLA STORIA DI BOLOGNA

MAY 6th – SUNDAY

h. 17.00: Gustav Mahler and the rythm of the heart: from desease to melody

 

h. 12.00: Consciouness: a journey from the mind to the brain

 

h. 11.00: Visit to the ward – Department of intensive care

 

h. 10.45: The psychopathological basis of violence against women

 

h. 10.00: Immunotherapy in oncology

 

h. 9.30: Time in the doctor-patient relationship

 

5th MAY – SATURDAY

h. 19.00: Science of beauty

 

h. 17.15: The dark side of the Moon? Menopause without prejudices

 

h. 17.00: Vaccines protect against infections but not against ignorance

 

h. 16.00: In the era of feeding manias

 

h. 12.00: The weight of waking and the reasons for sleeping

 

h. 11.30: The neuroimages are photographs of our toughts?

 

h. 11.00: Visit to the ward – Department of interventional radiology

 

h. 10.00: Open day Maggiore Hospital

 

h. 10.00: Hic mors gaudet succurrere vitae

 

h. 9.30: Psychology of medical decisions and effects on patients

 

4th MAY – FRIDAY

h. 19.00: Seven transmembrane receptors

 

h. 17.15: Arresting time as a treatment: the science of cold in medicine

 

h. 17.00: The jury has the floor

 

h. 15.15: Fake news and food safety

 

h. 15.00: Anatomy of the approval of a drug: safety, effectiveness and costs

 

Some pictures in Palazzo Re Enzo

 

 

h. 12.30: Innovation in the field of prosthesis and health robotics

 

h. 11.30: Pharmaceutical innovation: the future we are already living in

 

h. 11.00: Visit to the ward: Department of vascular surgery

 

h. 10.30: The dawn of regenerative medicine

 

 

h. 9.30: Genius on board

 

MAY 3rd – THURSDAY

h. 19.00: Grill cells, space, and memory – May-Britt Moser

 

h. 18.00: Inauguration with the authorities

 

h. 17.00: Frauds, fakes and plagiarism: is something rotten in science?

 

h. 16.00: Is science for all? Challenges, ambitions and risks of a noble ideal


h. 9.00: A for Adolescence. Care for the body and emotions

 

PRESS CONFERENCE | 11 April 2018

PRESS CONFERENCE
PALAZZO PEPOLI. MUSEO DELLA STORIA DI BOLOGNA

PREVIEW – AULA ABSIDALE DI SANTA LUCIA
IL RUMORE DEL SILENZIO. GENIO E SOFFERENZA IN LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

DAY 1

A SCUOLA DI ANATOMIA

LA PAROLA AI GIURATI

GENI A BORDO

OPEN SCIENCE E L’ERA DELLA DATA-REVOLUTION

LA PIATTAFORMA SCIENZE DELLA VITA DI ASTER

CONTRIBUTO DELLA MEDICINA NUCLEARE NELLA CURA DEL TUMORE DELLA MAMMELLA

CERIMONIA INAUGURALE

LETTURA DI UN NOBEL – JULES HOFFMANN

DAY 2

L’ORACOLO DEL DNA