24th November 2021

11.00 Welcome: Jakub Pawlikowski, Michaela Th. Mayrhofer, Authorities of University

1st session, Chair: Michaela Th. Mayrhofer

11.15 (30 min. + 10 min. discussion) Human Genome Editing: the messages, myths and realities; Oliver Feeney, University of Tuebingen, Germany

11.55 (30 min. + 10 min. discussion) Are we ready for modern genetic tests?; Michał Witt, Institute of Human Genetics, Poland

12.35 Break

2nd session, Chair: Leszek Kalinowski

12.50 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Making bioresources available in the context of Open Science; Anne Cambon-Thomsen, Inserm and University of Toulouse, France

13.10 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Clinical trial data sharing; Tom Southerington, University of Turku, Finland

13.30 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Polish biobanks – a reliable source of material being the subject of the national and international cooperation; Angelika Paluch, Warsaw Medical University, Poland

13.50 Break

3rd session, Chair: Anna Chróścicka

14.00 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Ethics of AI in Radiology: A Review of the Ethical and Societal Implication; Mónica Cano Abadia, BBMRI-ERIC

14.20 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Selected legal, ethical and economic aspects of biobanking for the development of digital pathology; Witold Rezner, Digital Pathology Team, Poland

14.40 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Processing of patient data for the purpose of research in scientific institutions; Ligia Kornowska, Polish Hospital Federation

15.00 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Socio-Ethical Foresight of Bioinformations; Kuba Ruciński, ORGMASZ, Łukasiewicz, Poland

15.20 Closing remarks

15.30 Break

16.00-17.00 Special lecture: Science and immorality – a dangerous symbiosis. The human body and its parts in pseudo-medical experiments at Auschwitz; Maria Ciesielska, Project: Medical Review Auschwitz: Medicine Behind the Barbed Wire

25th November 2021

4th session, Chair: Agnieszka Matera-Witkiewicz

11.00 (30 min. + 10 min. discussion) Can the collection and use of human biological material and data be carried out in accordance with ethical standards?; Marek Czarkowski, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw, Poland

11.40 (30 min. + 10 min. discussion) Population Biobank as a „Biofencing”: From Artificial Intelligence to Artificial Society; Jarosław Sak, Medical University of Lublin, Poland

12.20 Break

5th session, Chair: Jarosław Sak

12.30 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Governance of Research Biobanks in Latvia: Public Attitudes and Trust; Signe Mezinska, University of Latvia

12.50 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Biological material obtained from children – who should decide about it?; Anna Chróścicka, Warsaw Medical University, Poland

13.10 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Social attitudes towards biobanking- study results among pharmacy and medical diagnostic students questionnaires; Magdalena Krupińska, Wroclaw Medical University

13.30 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Social attitudes toward human body, biosamples and biobanking in Poland; Anita Majchrowska, Medical University of Lublin, Poland

13.50 Break

6th session, Chair: Mónica Cano Abadía

14.00 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Supporting biobanking through online tools covering ethical and legal aspects for reuse of samples and data; Anna Michalska-Falkowska, Medical University of Bialystok, Poland

14.20 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Broad Consent: ELSI-challenges in hospital-integrated biobanking
Experience from a large faculty-wide operating GBA-biobank; Roland Jahns, University of Würzburg, Germany

14.40 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Ethics and trust in research biobanks; Giovanni Boniolo, University of Ferrara, Italy

15.00 Closing remarks

15:30 – Online guided Kraków City Walk + Wieliczka Salt Mine

26th November 2021

7th session, Chair: Jakub Pawlikowski

11.00 (30 min. + 10 min. discussion) Biosamples&Biodata during Covid-19 pandemic; Kozera Łukasz, BMRI-ERIC

11.40 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Data and samples sharing agreements – new challenges for biobanks; Dorota Krekora-Zając, University of Warsaw


12.20 Break

8th session, Chair: Dorota Krekora-Zając

 

12.30 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Biobanking for research: a participatory process based on multi-actor engagement and on scientific citizenship; Sara Casati, BBMRI-ERIC

12.50 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Appropriate safeguards under Article 89 GDPR in research biobanks; Andrea Parziale, Institute for Biomedicine, Eurac Research, Italy

13.10 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Biosamples & Biodata: The Czech Legal Perspective; Radek Halouzka, Masaryk Memorial Cancer Institute, Czech Republic

13.30 (30 min. + 10 min. discussion) Secondary use of personal data in the era of -omics; Olga Tzortzatou, Academy of Athens, Greece

13.50 Break

9th session, Chair: Anna Zagaja

14.00 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Genetic data as sensitive data and the demand for its protection on the basis of fundamental rights; Bogna Wach, The Jacob of Paradies University, Poland

14.20 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Models of the human epidermis in research; Karolina Wojciechowska, Medical University of Lublin, Poland

14.40 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) History of human biological material research; Agnieszka Polak, Medical University of Lublin, Poland

15.00 (15 min + 5 min. discussion) Prohibition of commercialization of human body and commodification of human biological material; Jakub Pawlikowski, Medical University of Lublin, Poland

15.20 Summary and closing of the conference

International Conference

Biosamples & Biodata in Medical Research – ELSI challenges

24th-26th November 2021, virtual event

Organizers:
Medical University of Lublin, Poland;
BBMRI.pl
BBMRI-ERIC