2022 Research Symposium - Herlev & Gentofte Hospital

The Research Symposium (Forskningens Dag) will return Monday October 10, 2022 at Herlev Hospital - and this year it will be held in English. 

​The Research Symposium is a great opportunity to share your research with other researchers and learn about their studies. The main purpose of the symposium: bring researchers together, discuss their projects, and offer a platform for networking. 

Research Symposium - program

​Welcoming remarks by Bodil Ørkild
​Oral presentation first session of the competition – Four presentations of eight minutes

  • Anton Friis Mariager: Prevalence and time of closure of Open Ductus Arteriosus in term born neonates.
  • Casper Kjærsgaard Nielsen: Ready-to-use dasiglucagon corrects postprandial hypoglycaemia in Roux-en-Y gastric bypass-operated individuals.
  • Charlotte Näslund Koch: Smoking is an independent but not a causal risk factor for psoriasis: results from a Mendelian randomization study.
  • Gustav Gede Nervil: Doctors Diagnostic Accuracy improved by digital patient cases through education mobile application.
 Chair: Ann Møller​
​Coffee break – meet your fellow researchers
​Research battle – who will win the votes? 
During the next 10 years Artificial Intelligence/Big Data will replace Randomized Trials as the gold standard to produce evidence in clinical medicine: Yes or No
Søren Brunak, Professor of Disease Systems Biology, University of Copenhagen vs Paul Pharoah, Professor of Cancer Epidemiology, University of Cambridge. 
Chair: Stig E Bojesen
​Lunch and networking
​60 short electronic presentations on four stations distributed on Balkonen and in Store Mødesal 
Chair: Jesper Johannesen, Carsten Bogh Juhl, Barbara Juliane Holzknecht, Lisbet Hölmich
Coffee break on Balkonen 
​Oral presentation second session of the competition – Four presentations of eight minutes 

  • Jonathan Wenstrup: Dispatcher Stroke Recognition in Emergency Medical Call Centre and Out-of-Hours Services calls in Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Julie Nyholm Kyvsgaard: Infection burden mediates risk factors of asthma-like symptoms and predicts childhood asthma.
  • Louis Lind Plesner: Estimating the impact of chest radiograph automation with artificial intelligence.
  • Niklas Dyrby Johansen: High-dose versus stand.​
Chair: Lone Skov

Online voting for best oral presentation.

Short electronic presentation competition – Final with the four selected presentations
Chair: Christina Kruuse

Online voting for best short electronic presentation.

Chairman of the Capital Region of Denmark’s Research committee Carsten Scheibye will give an overview of the committee’s current focus areas.
​Award ceremony and closing remarks by Bodil Ørkild​​