CASyM

CASyM – Coordinating Systems Medicine across Europe

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Project reference: 305033
Funded under: FP7-HEALTH and managed by HLA-MED
From 01/11/2012 to 31/10/2016, ongoing project
More information: CASyM website
The Coordinating Action Systems Medicine (CASyM) is a multidisciplinary European consortium that joined forces from academy, industry and government organizations to develop an implementation strategy (road map) for Systems Medicine in Europe. The CASyM road map is driven by clinical needs: it aims to identify areas where a systems approach will address clinical questions and solve clinical problems.

The aims of the roadmap

The aims of the roadmap are to:

  1. explain the current state of the art and why we need Systems Medicine
  2. identify the challenges for and opportunities of Systems Medicine
  3. identify the stakeholders and initiate a dialogue between them
  4. provide a vision for the implementation of Systems Medicine
  5. provide examples for its application
  6. formulate reasonable and achievable goals
  7. provide a practical implementation guide for Systems Medicine

Stakeholder engagement

The construction of the Systems Medicine road map is based on a broad cross-disciplinary stakeholder consultation and community building process, centred on a series of focused conferences and workshops to collect expert views and opinions about essential topics for an implementation strategy for Systems Medicine.

CASyM stakeholders

Consortium

CASyM was initiated by the following partners:

az
bmbf_e
bts
cso-moh
HLA-MED
fnr

iceland
inserm
karolinska_institutet
liu
ljubiljani
lyonbiopole

md
nuid_ucd
oxford
ptj
rostock
sanofi
st-andrews
ul_lcsb1
unige
zonmw

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