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Medical Collection Inselspital Bern: Analogue Exhibits of the New Digital Museum

The medical collection comprises more than 10,000 exhibits, mainly from the period since 1900, representing activities, treatments, inventions, and objects from everyday hospital life. A small exhibition in our Atrium 3 currently provides insights into this diverse collection.

New EU Research Project “Screen4Care”: Accelerating Diagnosis for Rare Disease Patients Through Genetic Newborn Screening and Artificial Intelligence

An international public-private consortium of 35 partners, including sitem-insel and the University of Bern, announced the launch of Screen4Care – a research project that aims to significantly shorten the time required for rare disease diagnosis and efficient intervention.

Fostering the future of early career scientist for smarter healthcare in Switzerland

Together, sitem-insel and the BFH are facilitating the 2021 main event of the pioneering training program for early career scientists engaged in the Swiss National Fund NRP 74 “Smarter Health Care” projects, called the Emerging Health Care Leaders (EHCL).

Fragmented Moon - Demian Conrad

sitem-insel presents Demian Conrad's Fragmented Moon, a site-specific art installation, which will be open to the public from October 4th -25th, 2021.

Events

InnoForum#18

EMPA

Title: "PHRT Imaging project: Towards holistic virtual 3D histopathology techniques

 

Clinical Trials Unit - CTU Berne

Title: “Faster, cheaper and smarter clinical trials: Risklick, the first start-up of CTU Bern”

learn@lunch – January

"Translating medical history: significance of looking back​"

Prof. Hubert Steinke, Director Institute for the History of Medicine, University of Bern

 

InnoForum#19

Presentation of a collaborative project

Prof. R. Blankart, Professor of Regulatory Affairs at KPM University of Bern & members of the sitem-insel Team

learn@lunch – February

“Making patient involvement happen – how EUPATI educates patients”

Ivo Schauwecker, President of EUPATI Switzerland

art@sitem-insel: meet Till Könneker

art@sitem-insel: meet Till Könneker

Artist Till Könneker talking about his exhibition "Close Encounters" in the sitem-insel Atrium.