Event for expert public only
Dan Chasman, Boston, USA
In spite of recent advances in treatment, migraine remains among the top ranked conditions in burden of disability globally, especially among women. The prospect of additional migraine treatments is limited by sparse knowledge of fundamental underlying pathophysiologic mechanisms. Recently, genome-wide genetic approaches to migraine in the population are revealing biological functions relevant to migraine, providing insights into its clinical correlates, and addressing the underlying heterogeneity intrinsic to migraine’s clinical presentation.
Berlin is home to many epidemiologists, but there aren’t many local platforms for us to connect, learn new methods, and discuss current issues in the field. The Berlin Epidemiological Methods Colloquium (BEMC) seeks to fill this gap via interactive monthly BEMC Talks and BEMC JClub.
Organizational and administrative matters
Dan Chasman, Associate Professor in the Department of Epidemiology, Harvard TH.Chan School of Public Health, Boston, USA
Berlin Epidemiologic Methods Colloquium (BEMC)
16:00 - 17:30 Uhr
Hertwig–Hörsaal, Charité Campus Mitte
(Above the CCM Medical Library “Zweigbibliothek”)