Article open access publication

EPMA-World Congress 2015

EPMA Journal, Springer Nature, ISSN 1878-5077

Volume 7, Suppl 1, 2016

DOI:10.1186/s13167-016-0054-6, Dimensions: pub.1041845998, PMC: PMC4896262,

Authors

Baban, Babak * (5)
Qin, Xu (5)
Boyko, Nadiya V. * (6) (8)
Podbielska, Halina * (9) (10)
Bomba, Alojz (8) (11)
Bykova, Oksana M. (13) (14)
Boyko, Nadiya V. * (6) (8) (14)
Bubnov, Rostyslav V. * (27) (28)
Bubnov, Rostyslav V. * (28) (29)
Bubnov, Rostyslav V. * (28) (31)
Podbielska, Halina * (9) (10)
Cirak, S Sebahattin * (38) (39)
Einhorn, Lukas * (42) (43)
Fazekas, Judit (42) (43)
Muhr, Martina (42) (43)
Schoos, Alexandra (42) (43)
Oida, Kumiko (42) (45)
Alves, Rui (63)
May, Irina (68)
Bubnov, Rostyslav V. * (28) (79)
Haytac, Cenk * (84)
Ionescu, John * (88) (89)
Kent, Anthony * (95)
Bubnov, Rostyslav V. * (28) (79)
Boyko, Nadiya V. (28) (98)
Kzhyshkowska, Julia * (99) (100) (101)
Stankevich, Ksenia S (100) (102)
Klüter, Harald (100) (101)
Galili, Tal (109)
Podbielska, Halina * (9) (10)
Schwab, Matthias (119) (120)
Marc, Janja (121)
Theodorsson, Elvar (20) (123)
Pleva, Matus * (125)
Juhar, Jozef (125)
Pleva, Matus * (125)
Juhar, Jozef (125)
Janku, Filip (126)
Sevcik, Petr (110)
Richter, Kneginja * (127) (128) (129)
Niklewski, Günter (128) (129)
Richter, Kneginja * (128) (130) (131)
Acker, Jens (132)
Niklewski, Guenter (128) (131)
Sautin, Maxim * (136)
Secer, Songül * (138)
Shapira, Niva (140) (141)
Song, Sihong (147)
Suchkov, Sergey (34) (76) (137) (149) (150) (151)
Šoupal, Jan (110)
Suchkov, Sergey (34) (137)
Tsangaris, George Th. * (156) (157)
Tsangaris, George Th. * (156) (157)
Verdú, José * (26)
Green, Donna (160)
Vara, Isabel (166)
Verdú, José * (26)
Groop, Leif (171)
Volchek, Igor * (175)
Volchek, Igor * (175)
Niibo, Priit (177)
Saag, Mare (177)
Wang, Wei (179) (180) (181)
Wang, Wei (179) (180) (181)
Özgüç, Meral * (183)

* Corresponding author

Affiliations

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  2. (2) Market Access at Unicorn, P.O.B. 91, 10020, Zhytomyr, Ukraine
  3. (3) Ames Research Center, grid.419075.e
  4. (4) Department of Neurosurgery, Valparaiso University Medical School, Valparaiso, Chile
  5. (5) Augusta University, grid.410427.4
  6. (6) Uzhhorod National University, grid.77512.36
  7. (7) “Astra-DIA” Medical Diagnostic Centre, Uzhhorod, Ukraine
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Description

Table of contents

A1 Predictive and prognostic biomarker panel for targeted application of radioembolisation improving individual outcomes in hepatocellular carcinoma

Jella-Andrea Abraham, Olga Golubnitschaja

A2 Integrated market access approach amplifying value of “Rx-CDx”

Ildar Akhmetov

A3 Disaster response: an opportunity to improve global healthcare

Russell J. Andrews, Leonidas Quintana

A4 USA PPPM: proscriptive, profligate, profiteering medicine-good for 1 % wealthy, not for 99 % unhealthy

Russell J. Andrews

A5 The role of IDO in a murine model of gingivitis: predictive and therapeutic potentials

Babak Baban, Jun Yao Liu, Xu Qin, Tailing Wang, Mahmood S. Mozaffari

A6 Specific diets for personalised treatment of diabetes type 2

Viktoriia V. Bati, Tamara V. Meleshko, Olga B. Levchuk, Nadiya V. Boyko

A7 Towards personalized physiotherapeutic approach

Joanna Bauer, Ewa Boerner, Halina Podbielska

A8 Cells, animal, SHIME and in silico models for detection and verification of specific biomarkers of non-communicable chronic diseases

Alojz Bomba, Viktor O. Petrov, Volodymyr G. Drobnych, Rostyslav V. Bubnov, Oksana M. Bykova, Nadiya V. Boyko

A9 INTERACT-chronic care model: Self-treatment by patients with decision support e-Health solution

Hans-Peter Brunner-La Rocca, Lutz Fleischhacker, Olga Golubnitschaja, Frank Heemskerk, Thomas Helms, Tiny Jaarsma, Judita Kinkorova, Jan Ramaekers, Peter Ruff, Ivana Schnur, Emilio Vanoli, Jose Verdu

A10 PPPM in cardiovascular medicine in 2015

Hans-Peter Brunner-La Rocca

A11 Magnetic resonance imaging of nanoparticles in mice, potential for theranostic and contrast media development – pilot results

Rostyslav V. Bubnov, Sergiy A. Grabovetskyi, Olena M. Mykhalchenko, Natalia O. Tymoshok, Oleksandr B. Shcherbakov, Igor P. Semeniv, Mykola Y. Spivak

A12 Ultrasound diagnosis for diabetic neuropathy - comparative study

Rostyslav V. Bubnov, Tetyana V. Ostapenko

A13 Ultrasound for stratification patients with diabetic foot ulcers for prevention and personalized treatment - pilot results

Rostyslav V. Bubnov, Nazarii M. Kobyliak, Nadiya M. Zholobak, Mykola Ya. Spivak

A14 Project ImaGenX – designing and executing a questionnaire on environment and lifestyle risk of breast cancer

John Paul Cauchi

A15 Genomics – a new structural brand of predictive, preventive and personalized medicine or the new driver as well?

Dmitrii Cherepakhin, Marina Bakay, Artem Borovikov, Sergey Suchkov

A16 Survey of questionnaires for evaluation of the quality of life in various medical fields

Barbara Cieślik, Agnieszka Migasiewicz, Maria-Luiza Podbielska, Markus Pelleter, Agnieszka Giemza, Halina Podbielska

A17 Personalized molecular treatment for muscular dystrophies

Sebahattin Cirak

A18 Secondary mutations in circulating tumour DNA for acquired drug resistance in patients with advanced ALK + NSCLC

Marzia Del Re, Paola Bordi, Valentina Citi, Marta Palombi, Carmine Pinto, Marcello Tiseo, Romano Danesi

A19 Recombinant species-specific FcεRI alpha proteins for diagnosis of IgE-mediated allergies in dogs, cats and horses

Lukas Einhorn, Judit Fazekas, Martina Muhr, Alexandra Schoos, Lucia Panakova, Ina Herrmann, Krisztina Manzano-Szalai, Kumiko Oida, Edda Fiebiger, Josef Singer, Erika Jensen-Jarolim

A20 Global methodology for developmental neurotoxicity testing in humans and animals early and chronically exposed to chemical contaminants

Arpiné A. Elnar, Nadia Ouamara, Nadiya Boyko, Xavier Coumoul, Jean-Philippe Antignac, Bruno Le Bizec, Gauthier Eppe, Jenny Renaut, Torsten Bonn, Cédric Guignard, Margherita Ferrante, Maria Liusa Chiusano, Salvatore Cuzzocrea, Gerard O'Keeffe, John Cryan, Michelle Bisson, Amina Barakat, Ihsane Hmamouchi, Nasser Zawia, Anumantha Kanthasamy, Glen E. Kisby, Rui Alves, Oscar Villacañas Pérez, Kim Burgard, Peter Spencer, Norbert Bomba, Martin Haranta, Nina Zaitseva, Irina May, Stéphanie Grojean, Mathilde Body-Malapel, Florencia Harari, Raul Harari, Kristina Yeghiazaryan, Olga Golubnitschaja, Vittorio Calabrese, Christophe Nemos, Rachid Soulimani

A21 Mental indicators at young people with attributes hypertension and pre-hypertension

Maria E. Evsevyeva, Elena A. Mishenko, Zurida V. Kumukova, Evgeniy V. Chudnovsky, Tatyana A. Smirnova

A22 On the approaches to the early diagnosis of stress-induced hypertension in young employees of State law enforcement agencies

Maria E. Evsevyeva, Ludmila V. Ivanova, Michail V. Eremin, Maria V. Rostovtseva

A23 Сentral aortic pressure and indexes of augmentation in young persons in view of risk factors

Maria E. Evsevyeva, Michail V. Eremin, Vladimir I. Koshel, Oksana V. Sergeeva, Nadesgda M. Konovalova

A24 Breast cancer prediction and prevention: Are reliable biomarkers in horizon?

Shantanu Girotra, Olga Golubnitschaja

A25 Flammer Syndrome and potential formation of pre-metastatic niches: A multi-centred study on phenotyping, patient stratification, prediction and potential prevention of aggressive breast cancer and metastatic disease

Olga Golubnitschaja, Manuel Debald, Walther Kuhn, Kristina Yeghiazaryan, Rostyslav V. Bubnov, Vadym M. Goncharenko, Ulyana Lushchyk, Godfrey Grech, Katarzyna Konieczka

A26 Innovative tools for prenatal diagnostics and monitoring: improving individual pregnancy outcomes and health-economy in EU

Olga Golubnitschaja, Jan Jaap Erwich, Vincenzo Costigliola, Kristina Yeghiazaryan, Ulrich Gembruch

A27 Immunohistochemical assessment of APUD cells in endometriosis

Vadym M. Goncharenko, Vasyl O. Beniuk, Olga V. Kalenska, Rostyslav V. Bubnov

A28 Updating personalized management algorithm of endometrial hyperplasia in pre-menopause women

Vadym M. Goncharenko, Vasyl O. Beniuk, Rostyslav V. Bubnov, Olga Melnychuk

A29 The personified treatment approach of polimorbid patients with periodontal inflammatory diseases

Irina A. Gorbacheva, Lyudmila Y. Orekhova, Vadim V. Tachalov

A30 Ukrainian experience in hybrid war – the challenge to update algorithms for personalized care and early prevention of different military injuries

Olena I. Grechanyk, Rizvan Ya. Abdullaiev, Rostyslav V. Bubnov

A31 Tear fluid biomarkers: a comparison of tear fluid sampling and storage protocols

Suzanne Hagan, Eilidh Martin, Ian Pearce, Katherine Oliver

A32 The correlation of dietary habits with gingival problems during menstruation

Cenk Haytac, Fariz Salimov, Servin Yoksul, Anatoly A. Kunin, Natalia S. Moiseeva

A33 Genomic medicine in a contemporary Spanish population of prostate cancer: our experience

Bernardo Herrera-Imbroda, Sergio del Río-González, Maria Fernanda Lara, Antonia Angulo, Francisco Javier Machuca Santa-Cruz

A34 Challenges, opportunities and collaborations for personalized medicine applicability in uro-oncological disease

Bernardo Herrera-Imbroda, Sergio del Río-González, Maria Fernanda Lara

A35 Metabolic hallmarks of cancer as targets for a personalized therapy

John Ionescu

A36 Influence of genetic polymorphism as a predictor of the development of periodontal disease in patients with gastric ulcer and 12 duodenal ulcer

Alfiya Z. Isamulaeva, Anatoly A. Kunin, Shamil Sh. Magomedov, Aida I. Isamulaeva

A37 Challenges in diabetic macular edema

Tatjana Josifova

A38 Overview of the EPMA strategies in laboratory medicine relevant for PPPM

Marko Kapalla, Juraj Kubáň, Olga Golubnitschaja, Vincenzo Costigliola

A39 EPMA initiative for effective organization of medical travel: European concepts and criteria

Vincenzo Costigliola, Marko Kapalla, Juraj Kubáň, Olga Golubnitschaja

A40 Design and innovation in e-textiles: implications for PPPM

Anthony Kent, Tom Fisher, Tilak Dias

A41 Biobank in Pilsen as a member of national node BBMRI_CZ

Judita Kinkorová, Ondřej Topolčan

A42 Big data in personalized medicine: hype and hope

Matthias Kohl

A43 The 3P approach as the platform of the European Dentistry Department (DPPPD)

Anatoly A. Kunin, Natalia S. Moiseeva

A44 The endometrium cytokine patterns for predictive diagnosis of proliferation severity and cancer prevention

Andrii I. Kurchenko, Vasyl A. Beniuk, Vadym M. Goncharenko, Rostyslav V. Bubnov, Nadiya V. Boyko, Andriy M. Strokan

A45 A monocyte-based in-vitro system for testing individual responses to the implanted material: future for personalized implant construction

Julia Kzhyshkowska, Alexandru Gudima, Ksenia S. Stankevich, Victor D. Filimonov4, Harald Klüter, Evgeniya M. Mamontova, Sergei I. Tverdokhlebov

A46 Prediction and prevention of adverse health effects by meteorological factors: Biomarker patterns and creation of a device for self-monitoring and integrated care

Ulyana B. Lushchyk, Viktor V. Novytskyy, Igor P. Babii, Nadiya G. Lushchyk, Lyudmyla S. Riabets, Ivanna I. Legka

A47 Targeting "disease signatures" towards personalized healthcare

Mira Marcus-Kalish, Alexis Mitelpunkt, Tal Galili, Neta Shachar, Yoav Benjamini

A48 Influence of the skin imperfection on the personal quality of life and possible tools for objective diagnosis

Agnieszka Migasiewicz, Markus Pelleter, Joanna Bauer, Ewelina Dereń, Halina Podbielska

A49 The new direction in caries prevention based on the ultrastructure of dental hard tissues and filling materials

Natalia S. Moiseeva, Anatoly A. Kunin, Dmitry A. Kunin

A50 The use of LED radiation in prevention of dental diseases

Natalia S. Moiseeva, Yury A. Ippolitov, Dmitry A. Kunin, Alexei N. Morozov, Natalia V. Chirkova, Nakhid T. Aliev

A51 Status of endothelial progenitor cells in diabetic nephropathy: predictive and preventive potentials

Mahmood S. Mozaffari, Jun Yao Liu, Babak Baban

A52 The status of glucocorticoid-induced leucine zipper protein in salivary gland in Sjögren’s syndrome: predictive and personalized treatment potentials

Mahmood S. Mozaffari, Jun Yao Liu, Rafik Abdelsayed, Xing-Ming Shi, Babak Baban

A53 Maximal aerobic capacity - important quality marker of health

Jaroslav Novák, Milan Štork, Václav Zeman

A54 The EMPOWER project: laboratory medicine and Horizon 2020

Wytze P. Oosterhuis, Elvar Theodorsson

A55 Personality profile manifestations in patient’s attitude to oral care and adherence to doctor’s prescriptions

Lyudmila Y. Orekhova, Tatyana V. Kudryavtseva, Elena R. Isaeva, Vadim V. Tachalov, Ekaterina S. Loboda

A56 Results of an European survey on personalized medicine addressed to directions of laboratory medicine

Mario Pazzagli, Francesca Malentacchi, Irene Mancini, Ivan Brandslund, Pieter Vermeersch, Matthias Schwab, Janja Marc, Ron H.N. van Schaik, Gerard Siest, Elvar Theodorsson, Chiara Di Resta

A57 MCI or early dementia predictive speech based diagnosis techniques

Matus Pleva, Jozef Juhar

A58 Personalized speech based mobile application for eHealth

Matus Pleva, Jozef Juhar

A59 Circulating tumor cell-free DNA as the biomarker in the management of cancer patients

Jiří Polívka jr., Filip Janků, Martin Pešta, Jan Doležal, Milena Králíčková, Jiří Polívka

A60 Complex stroke care – educational programme in Stroke Centre University Hospital Plzen

Jiří Polívka, Alena Lukešová, Nina Müllerová, Petr Ševčík, Vladimír Rohan

A61 Sleep apnea and sleep fragmentation contribute to brain aging

Kneginja Richter, Lence Miloseva, Günter Niklewski

A62 Personalised approach for sleep disturbances in shift workers

Kneginja Richter, Jens Acker, Guenter Niklewski

A63 Medical travel and innovative PPPM clusters: new concept of integration

Olga Safonicheva, Vincenzo Costigliola

A64 Medical travel and women health

Olga Safonicheva

A65 Continuity of generations in the training of specialists in the field of reconstructive microsurgery

Maxim Sautin, Janna Sinelnikova, Sergey Suchkov

A66 Telemonitoring of stroke patients – empirical evidence of individual risk management results from an observational study in Germany

Songül Secer, Stephan von Bandemer

A67 Women’s increasing breast cancer risk with n-6 fatty acid intake explained by estrogen-fatty acid interactive effect on DNA damage: implications for gender-specific nutrition within personalized medicine

Niva Shapira

A68 Cytobacterioscopy of the gingival crevicular fluid as a method for preventive diagnosis of periodontal diseases

Aleksandr Shcherbakov, Anatoly A. Kunin, Natalia S. Moiseeva

A69 Use of specially treated composites in dentistry to avoid violations of aesthetics

Bogdan R. Shumilovich, Zhanna Lipkind, Yulia Vorobieva, Dmitry A. Kunin, Anastasiia V. Sudareva

A70 National eHealth system – platform for preventive, predictive and personalized diabetes care

Ivica Smokovski, Tatjana Milenkovic

A72 The common energy levels of Prof. Szent-Györgyi, the intrinsic chemistry of melanin, and the muscle physiopathology. Implications in the context of Preventive, Predictive, and Personalized Medicine

Arturo Solís-Herrera, María del Carmen Arias-Esparza, Sergey Suchkov

A73 Plurality and individuality of hepatocellular carcinoma: PPPM perspectives

Krishna Chander Sridhar, Olga Golubnitschaja

A74 Strategic aspects of higher medical education reforms to secure newer educational platforms for getting biopharma professionals matures

Maria Studneva, Sihong Song, James Creeden, Мark Мandrik, Sergey Suchkov

A75 Overview of the strategies and activities of the European Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, (EFLM)

Elvar Theodorsson, EFLM

A76 New spectroscopic techniques for point of care label free diagnostics

Syed A. M. Tofail

A77 Tumor markers for personalized medicine and oncology - the role of Laboratory Medicine

Ondřej Topolčan, Judita Kinkorová, Ondřej Fiala, Marie Karlíková, Šárka Svobodová, Radek Kučera, Radka Fuchsová, Vladislav Třeška, Václav Šimánek, Ladislav Pecen, Jan Šoupal, Štěpán Svačina2

A78 Modern medical terminology (MMT) as a driver of the global educational reforms

Evgeniya Tretyak, Maria Studneva, Sergey Suchkov

A79 Juvenile hypertension; the relevance of novel predictive, preventive and personalized assessment of its determinants

Francesca M. Trovato, G. Fabio Martines, Daniela Brischetto, Daniela Catalano, Giuseppe Musumeci, Guglielmo M. Trovato

A80 Proteomarkers Biotech

George Th. Tsangaris, Athanasios K. Anagnostopoulos

A81 Proteomics and mass spectrometry based non-invasive prenatal testing of fetal health and pregnancy complications

George Th. Tsangaris, Athanasios K. Anagnostopoulos

A82 Integrated Ecosystem for an Integrated Care model for Heart Failure (HF) patients including related comorbidities (ZENITH)

José Verdú, German Gutiérrez, Jordi Rovira, Marta Martinez, Lutz Fleischhacker, Donna Green, Arthur Garson, Elena Tamburini, Stefano Cuomo, Juan Martinez-Leon, Teresa Abrisqueta, Hans-Peter Brunner-La Rocca, Tiny Jaarsma, Teresa Arredondo, Cecilia Vera, Giuseppe Fico, Olga Golubnitschaja, Fernando Arribas, Martina Onderco, Isabel Vara, on behalf of ZENITH consortium

A83 Predictive, preventive and personalized medicine in diabetes onset and complication (MOSAIC project)

José Verdú, Francesco Sambo, Barbara Di Camillo, Claudio Cobelli, Andrea Facchinetti, Giuseppe Fico, Riccardo Bellazzi, Lucia Sacchi, Arianna Dagliati, Daniele Segnani, Valentina Tibollo, Manuel Ottaviano, Rafael Gabriel, Leif Groop, Jacqueline Postma, Antonio Martinez, Liisa Hakaste, Tiinamaija Tuomi, Konstantia Zarkogianni, on behalf of MOSAIC consortium

A84 Possibilities for personalized therapy of diabetes using in vitro screening of insulin and oral hypoglycemic agents

Igor Volchek, Nina Pototskaya, Andrey Petrov

A85 The innovative technology for personalized therapy of human diseases based on in vitro drug screening

Igor Volchek, Nadezhda Pototskaya, Andrey Petrov

A86 Bone destruction and temporomandibular joint: predictive markers, pathogenetic aspects and quality of life

Ülle Voog-Oras, Oksana Jagur, Edvitar Leibur, Priit Niibo, Triin Jagomägi, Minh Son Nguyen, Chris Pruunsild, Dagmar Piikov, Mare Saag

A87 Sub-optimal health management – global vision for concepts in medical travel

Wei Wang

A88 Sub-optimal health management: synergic PPPM-TCAM approach

Wei Wang

A89 Innovative technologies for minimal invasive diagnostics

Andreas Weinhäusel, Walter Pulverer, Matthias Wielscher, Manuela Hofner, Christa Noehammer, Regina Soldo, Peter Hettegger, Istvan Gyurjan, Ronald Kulovics, Silvia Schönthaler, Gabriel Beikircher, Albert Kriegner, Stephan Pabinger, Klemens Vierlinger

A90 Rare disease diobanks for personalized medicine

Ayşe Yüzbaşıoğlu, Meral Özgüç, Member of EuroBioBank - European Network of DNA, Cell and Tissue Banks for Rare Diseases

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