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2023 International NephroCAGE Symposium

August 2 @ 3:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Register now for the 2023 International NephroCAGE Symposium!

The NephroCAGE consortium invites you to attend our 3rd International NephroCAGE consortium on Aug 2, 2023 as a hybrid format (join us in Montréal, QC in person or online worldwide).

This year’s program will focus on our experiences on enabling transatlantic data access using our NephroCAGE federated learning infrastructure for development of high-quality clinical prediction models for nephrologists and clinical experts.

Tue Aug 2, 2023 at 06.00am (PDT) / 09.00am (EDT) / 3.00pm (CEST)

Free online registration: https://3rd-international-nephrocage-symposium-aug-02-2023.eventbrite.de


Time (CEST) Description
03.00 pm Opening and Welcome from the NephroCAGE consortium by Matthieu-P. Schapranow (HPI), Ruth Sapir-Pichhadze (McGill), Kai Sandmann (German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action), Rhian M. Touyz (RI-MUHC), and Malte Schmieding (German Federal Ministry of Health)
Track A: Applying AI for Digital Health Process Optimization in Nephrology
03.30 pm Confirmed speakers:

  • NephroCAGE clinical demonstrator: Bringing latest AI to the medical doctors (Marcel Naik, Charité) Slides
  • Towards defining graft rejection with the help of AI (Ruth Sapir-Pichhadze, McGillSlides
  • Advanced epitope analysis for improved donor-recipient matching (Matthias Niemann, PIRCHE) Slides
  • A clinical decision tool using AI to help transplant physicians and patients decide to accept or decline a kidney from a less than ideal deceased donor (Héloïse Cardinal, CHUM
04.30 pm Q&A / Transition
Track B: Transatlantic Data Access Enabling High-quality Clinical Prediction Models
05.00 pm Confirmed speakers:

  • NephroCAGE federated learning infrastructure for transatlantic collaboration (Ali Sunyaev, KIT) Slides
  • Connecting federated learning instances in NephroCAGE (Pascal St-Onge, CHUM) Slides
  • High-quality clinical prediction models for individual assessment of post-transplant risks (Aadil Rasheed, HPI) Slides
  • BC’s perspective on a Pan-Canadian organ donation and transplantation program in Canada (Paul Keown, UBC)
  • The Pan-Canadian organ donation and transplantation data system project: Leveraging lessons learned from NephroCAGE in Quebec (S. Joseph Kim, UHN) Slides
06.00 pm Q&A / Transition
06.15 pm Closing remarks by Matthieu-P. Schapranow (HPI)



August 2
3:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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