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Programme 5
EUROME

Start-up Meeting: Berlin, Oktober 10th, 2001

Second EUROME Meeting: Rostock, April 25th, 2003

Third EUROME Meeting (mid-term review): Rostock, September 2nd, 2003

Fourth EUROME Meeting: London, March 9th, 2004

Workshop "Analysis of Complex Genetic Traits": Rostock, March 17th, 2004



Start-up Meeting: Berlin, Oktober 10th, 2001

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Welcome adresses:

A. Radbruch, DRFZ Berlin, Germany

Scientific presentations

H.-J. Thiesen, University of Rostock, Germany
"Elucidation of Pathways Leading to Arthritis Using Gene Expression Profiling"

B. Müller, DRFZ Berlin, Germany
"Expression Profiling of Differentially Activated Dendritic Cells"

V. Wendel-Hansen, Arexis AB, Sweden
"Arexis - Company Presentation, with Special Emphasis on Bioinformatics Resources"

R. Holmdahl, Lund University, Sweden
"Genetic Analysis of Animal Models"

V. Aidinis, Biomedical Science Research Center "Al. Fleming", Greece
"Discovery of Novel Genes / Pathways in an Inflammatory Model of RA"

E. Paleolog, Kennedy Institute, UK
"Prospects of Angiogenesis Inhibition in Arthritis"

S. Meri, University of Helsinki, Finland
"Regulation of Complement Aktivation"

H. Illges, Biotechnology Institute Thurgau, Switzerland
"The K/BxN model of Rheumatoid Arthritis in Complement"

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Second EUROME Meeting: Rostock, April 25th, 2003

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Welcome adresses:

E. Reisinger, University of Rostock, Germany
H.-J. Thiesen, University of Rostock, Germany

Scientific presentations

M. O. Glocker, Proteome Center Rostock, Germany
"Novel advances in mass-spectrometric proteomic methods and their application in arthritis research"

H.-J. Thiesen, Institute of Immunology, University of Rostock, Germany
"Novel approaches in Microarray analysis of autoimmune diseases"

S. Ibrahim, Institute of Immunology, University of Rostock, Germany
"Gene expression profiling as a tool to identify new Arthritis assiociated genes"

S. Möller, Proteome Center Rostock, Germany
"Intergenomics in the context of gene expression data analysis"

R. Holmdahl, Lund University, Sweden
"Arthritis complexity, from disease to genes"

V. Aidinis, Biomedical Science Research Center "Al. Fleming", Greece
"Highthrouput Gene and pathway discovery in murine animal models of Rheumatoid arthritis"

K. Höllig and B. Müller, DRFZ Berlin
"Identification of genes expressed by DC regulating T-cell polarization"

A. Afuwape, Kennedy Institute, UK
"Angiogenesis and Arthritis: Adenoviral modulation of disease activity in collagen induced arthritis"

S. Meri, University of Helsinki, Finland
"Complement regulation"

H. Illges, Biotechnology Institute Thurgau, Switzerland
"Sera induced arthritis"

T. Svensson, Arexis AB, Sweden
"aGDB, a database tool for genetic studies"

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Third EUROME Meeting (mid-term review): Rostock, September 2nd, 2003

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Welcome adresses

H.-J. Thiesen, University of Rostock, Germany
S. Ibrahim, University of Rostock, Germany

Scientific presentations

C. Verweij, Dept. of Molecular Cell Biology, Vrije Universiteit Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands "A Genomic View of Arthritis"

S. Ibrahim, Institute of Immunology, University of Rostock, Germany
"Gene expression profiling as a tool to identify new Arthritis assiociated genes"

S. Möller, Proteome Center Rostock, Germany
"Intergenomics in the context of gene expression data analysis"

R. Holmdahl, Lund University, Sweden
"Arthritis complexity, from disease to genes"

V. Karametou, Biomedical Science Research Center "Al. Fleming", Greece
"Highthrouput Gene and pathway discovery in murine animal models of Rheumatoid arthritis"

B. Müller-Hilke, DRFZ Berlin
"Towards a cellular immunotherapy for murine arthritis"

T. Svensson, Arexis AB, Sweden
"aGDB, a database tool for genetic studies"

H. Illges, Biotechnology Institute Thurgau, Switzerland
"Antibody induced arthritis in the K/BxN model"

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Fourth EUROME Meeting: London, March 9th, 2004


organized by M. Feldman and E. Paleolog, Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, UK

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Workshop "Analysis of Complex Genetic Traits":
Rostock, March 17th, 2004

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Welcome adresses

E. Reisinger, Dean for Education, University of Rostock, Germany
S. Ibrahim, University of Rostock, Germany

Scientific presentations

Karl Broman, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA
"Statistical issues in QTL mapping in mice"

Steffen Möller, University of Rostock, Institute of Immunology
"Filtering QTLs by bioinformatics analysis - in silico fine mapping"

Thomas Svensson, Arexis AB, Göteborg, Sweden
"New approaches to systems biology"

Gudrun Brockmann, Humboldt-University of Berlin, Institute of molecular animal breeding
"From QTL to candidate genes for obesity"

Susanne Vogler, University of Rostock, Institute of Immunology
"New QTLs for EAE"

Rikard Holmdahl, University of Lund, Medical Infammation Research Center
"Genetic analysis of animal models of arthritis"

Rene Gödde, Ruhr-University of Bochum, Molecular Human Genetics
"Susceptibility loci of Multiple Sclerosis"

Anja Bauerfeind, Max Dellbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin
"Haplotypes and SNP's in 13 lipid-relevant genes: Contribution to genetic variance of lipid traits"

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