VALUE-Dx course, Madrid, 2 to 3 April 2019

The first VALUE-Dx Course followed the VALUE-Dx Kick-Off meeting in Madrid, from 2 to 3 April 2019. Approximately 70 participants attended the course over a day and a half where 16 experts from the VALUE-Dx consortium presented in 11 sessions. The VALUE-Dx consortium comprises of experts from varying disciplines and sectors, with extensive knowledge in methods, approaches, and insight in their respective fields. As VALUE-Dx requires close collaborations needed to collectively accomplish the objectives, the VALUE-Dx Course offers the opportunity to bring them together in order to share knowledge and cover the key disciplines involved in the project.

These presentations served as introductory sessions to the various disciplines represented in the VALUE-Dx consortium.



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