Detailed Scientific Program

Session 1 - Connected objects and innovative technologies in medical research

Chairman: Jean-Michel OPPERT, Pierre et Marie Curie University (France)

The Digital Revolution: Leapfrogging Opportunities for Global Health
Guest speaker: Alain LABRIQUE, Johns Hopkins University (USA)

Connected objects and digital technologies to support medical research in cancer: integration of circadian concepts for patient e-monitoring of biomarker rhythms and chronotherapeutic delivery at home through Domomedicine
Monique MAURICE, Inserm (France)

Setting-up an innovative mobile application in South Madagascar to strengthen epidemiological surveillance
Etienne SEVIN, EpiConcept (France)

Evaluation of the satisfaction and impact on adherence when putting in place a HIV patient support action using SMS
Geoffroy VERGEZ, Observia (France)

Development of a barcode-based exposure assessment method to evaluate occupational exposure to disinfectants and cleaning products
Catherine QUINOT, Inserm (France)

Session 2 - e-tools and Big Data: technical and methodological challenges for medical research

Chairman: Lisette VAN GEMERT-PIJNEN, University of Twente (The Netherlands)

Data and Text-Mining: the electronic medical records for epidemiological purposes
Guest speaker: Marie-Hélène METZGER, Paris-Seine Saint Denis University Hospital (France)

A new generation of birth cohort to study the Exposome: the e-tools SEPAGES cohort
Sarah LYON-CAEN, Inserm (France)

Maelstrom Research Repository: a data discovery tool for epidemiological research
Dany DOIRON, McGill University Health Centre (Canada) 

How algorithms can provide smart assistance to home care of the elderly with sensor solutions?
Julie OGER, Paris-Diderot University (France)

Session 3- e-tools and Big Data: regulatory and ethical challenges for medical research

Chairman: Sylvain DURRLEMAN, Aviesan (France)

23andMe: a new two-sided data-banking market model
Henri-Corto STOECKLE, Paris Descartes University (France)

Methodological and ethical issues of use of smart connected devices for prevention: findings from 3 reviews
Linda CAMBON, EHESP (France)

Connected objects and regulatory challenges for research
Emmanuelle RIAL-SEBBAG, Inserm (France)

Session 4 - e-tools for prevention and disease management 

Chairman: Elisabete WEIDERPASS, Karolinska Institute (Sweden)

The electronic tools used in the Ebola virus disease management in West Africa: what lessons for scaling up
Guest speaker: Ousmane LY, Ministry of Health (Mali)

Epidemiology 3.0: How to integrate connected objects and the Internet of Things (IoT) in modern epidemiological research?
Guest speaker: Guy FAGHERAZZI, Inserm (France)

BePATIENT Digital Health Platform combined with wireless patch sensor: a new way to improve post-discharge patient care
Karine LOLMEDE, BePATIENT (France)

Managing Ebola outbreak in West Africa using the Sense FollowUp App
Geerd-Dietger HOFFMANN, eHealth Africa (USA)

The systematic design of a behavioural mobile health application for the self-management of type 2 diabetes
Shivani GOYAL, University of Toronto (Canada)

Session 5 - Tomorrow's Medical Research: development of innovative tools with applications in medical research

Chairman: Hubert MECHIN, AFCROs (France)

The Future of Healthcare and Biomedical Research
Guest speaker: Rubin PILLAY, University of Alabama (USA)

Detecting cognitive conditions using the Digital Clock Drawing Test
William SOUILLARD-MANDAR, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)

Detecting preclinical cognitive markers in the digital era
Rhoda AU, Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health (USA)

Personalized connected care for complex chronic patients
Eloisa VARGIU, EURECAT (Spain)