International conference on the occasion of the 650th anniversary of the first University in Hungary.
Two main topics:
I. Water, climate (coordinator: Tamás Németh, HAS, class IV)
II. Healthcare (coordinator: György Kosztolányi, HAS, class V)
Education and research for the sustainable development
16 November (Thursday)
2.00 pm – 5.00 pm (with breaks)
Doctor Honoris Causa Ceremonial Senate Meeting
Concert of the Pannon Philharmonic at Kodály Centre
17 November (Friday)
10.00 am – 5.00 pm (coffee-break, lunch)
• Keynote presentation: Detlev Ganten president, InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) for Health
• Title: The Evolution of Medicine to Evolutionary Molecular Medicine.
• Keynote presentation: Dame Anne Johnson professor, Academy of Medical Sciences, UCL
• Title: Improving the Health of the Public by 2040: challenges for transdisciplinary international research.
• Keynote presentation: Piroska Östlin director, WHO Regional Office for Europe
• Title: The European context for public health: working for better and more equitable health and well-being for all.
• Keynote presentation: László, Bozó, Professor, Corvinus University, Budapest
• Title: Climate Change and Atmospheric Composition: Global and European Challenges
• Keynote presentation: David Stephen Powlson, Professor emeritus, Rothamsted Research Harpenden, Herts., UK.
• Title: What do we mean by sustainable agriculture? Insights from Rothamsted Long Term Experiments and further afield.
• Keynote presentation: Georges Hofman, Professor emeritus, University Gent, BE
• Title: Implementation of the Nitrates Directive in Europe.
• Keynote presentation: Gyula Bándi, Professor, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Law, Budapest, Ombudsman of Future Generations
• Title: From the Precautionary Approach to Polluter Pays Principle – Difficulties of Providing a Proper Legal Answer
• Keynote presentation: Kálmán Rajkai (with co-authors A.Makó, G.Illés G, G.Tóth, T.Németh) Agricultural Research Center, HAS
• Title: The environmental protection tasks of the Tolna-Baranya Hills due to climate change
• Keynote presentation: Róza Ádány, Professor, Department of Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Public Health, University of Debrecen and Hungarian Association of Public Health Research and Training Institutions
• Title: Public health challenges in Hungary
• Keynote presentation: Imre Boncz, Professor, Institute for Health Insurance, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pécs, Hungary
• Title: Challenges of the sustainability of health care systems
• Keynote presentation: László Gulácsi, Professor, Department of Health Economics, Corvinus University of Budapest
• Title: Comments to the presentation of Professor Dame Anne Johnson
• Keynote presentation: Zoltán Vokó, Professor, Department of Health Policy and Health Economy, Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest
• Title: What does the 2017 Nobel Prize in economics have to do with public health?
18 November (Saturday)
11.00 am – 2.00 pm (lunch)
• The responsibility of education and research for the liveable future: environment and health
• Presentation of young researchers
- Havril Tímea (ELTE)": Impacts of predicted climate change on groundwater flow systems: can wetlands of the Tihany Peninsula disappear due to recharge reduction?"
- Dr. Juhász Krisztina (PTE): Epidemiologic Aspects of Contralateral Hip Fractures
- Schmeller Dalma (PTE): Brownfields as new green spaces in cities - possible solutions in the case of Pécs
- Schmeller Gabriella (PTE): Aerosol processing in stratocumulus clouds
- Berényi Károly (PTE): The role of meta-analysis in cancer prevention – primary prevention as a tool of sustainable wellbeing.
- Pap Domokos (SE): "Novel role of IL-20 cytokine subfamily in the pathogenesis of chronic kidney diseases"
- Dr. Göblös Anikó (SZTE): „The functional characterization of rare and common CARD14 variants in pityriasis rubra pilaris”
More information: http://wellbeing.pte.hu/hu/program