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Registration. Location.  Mrs  Mr Name: First Name: Title: Institution: Street: PO/City: Country: Phone: Fax: Email: Date: Signature: Registration may be submitted by e-mail, fax or phone until 30th September 2011 to:

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Registration

Location

 Mrs  Mr

Name:

First Name:

Title:

Institution:

Street:

PO/City:

Country:

Phone:

Fax:

Email:

Date:

Signature:

Registration may be submitted by e-mail, fax or phone until 30th September 2011 to:

Ute Lintelmann

Institute of Medical Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics (IMBEI)

Phone: +49 (0) 6131 17-5063

Fax: +49 (0) 6131 17-2968

E-Mail: ute.lintelmann@unimedizin-mainz.de

WorkshopIonizing Radiation Epidemiology

31st October – 2nd November 2011

Building 706, Auditorium

University Medical Centre of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

Langenbeckstr. 1

55101 Mainz

Germany

Intrinsic Radiation Sensitivity:Identification, Mechanisms & Epidemiology

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Objectives

Program

14:00 Mayak and Techa study

Alexander Ulanovsky, Neuherberg

14:45 Mayak and Techa study

Markus Eidemüller, Neuherberg

15:30 Break

15:45 Radiation-induced pregnancy effects

Wolfgang-Ulrich Müller, Essen

16:30 Techniques to estimate individual

radiosensitivity

Wolfgang-Ulrich Müller, Essen

17:15 Epidemiological radiation tables

Alexander Ulanovsky, Neuherberg

18:00 Dinner with open end (self paying)

8:15 Biological risk models

Markus Eidemüller, München

09:00 Risk analysis: Chernobyl

Werner Rühm, Neuherberg

09:45 Break

10:00 Life-Span Study (Dosimetry)

Werner Rühm, Neuherberg

10:45 CANUPIS: Childhood cancer and

nuclear power plants in Switzerland

Martin Röösli, Basel

11:30 Domestic radon exposure and risk of

childhood cancer

Martin Röösli, Basel

12:15 Lunch Break

13:15 Fukushima

Bernd Grosche, München

14:45 Final discussion

Maria Blettner & Manuela Marron, Mainz

15:30 End

The health effects of ionizing radiation are of concern among a growing number of scientists, medical doctors and citizens worldwide. The Intrinsic Radiation Sensitivity: Identification, Mechanisms and Epidemiology (ISIMEP) network, which is sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research in Germany, is glad to announce its first workshop on ionizing radiation epidemiology dedicated to their cooperating partners and related researchers.

The workshop is organized into two sessions held within three days. In the first session on Monday, six overview lectures on radiation will be given by invited experts in the scientific fields summarizing the essence of a selected aspect of radiation research and bringing together physics, biology, medicine and epidemiology. The second session on Tuesday and Wednesday are organized into 14 oral presentations from recent research projects including topics on DNA damage, epigenetic alterations, individual radiosensitivity, radiation tables, plutonium production, nuclear power plants, domestic radon, pregnancy effects and childhood cancer. In order to stimulate intense discussions, the total attendance is limited to 70 persons.

Program Directors:

Dr. Manuela Marron

Prof. Dr. Maria Blettner

Institute of Medical Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics (IMBEI)

University Medical Centre of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

Building 902

Obere Zahlbacher Str. 69

55131 Mainz

Germany

Basics – Monday 31/10/2011

  • 08:00 Introduction
  • Maria Blettner & Manuela Marron, Mainz
  • 08:15 Basics in radiation physics
  • Henryk Wicke, Mainz
  • 09:45 Break
  • 10:00 Basics in radiation dosimetry
  • Michael Seidenbusch, München
  • 10:45 Basics in radiation biology
  • Markus Löbrich, Darmstadt
  • 12:15 Lunch break
  • 13:15 Basics in radiation biology
  • Markus Löbrich, Darmstadt
  • 14:00 Basics in radiation medicine
  • Matthias Schreckenberger, Mainz
  • 14:45 Basics in radiation medicine
  • Heinz Schmidberger, Mainz
  • 15:30 Break
  • 15:45 Basics in radiation epidemiology
  • Maria Blettner, Mainz
  • 17:15 End

Workshop – Wednesday 02/11/2011

Workshop – Tuesday 01/11/2011

08:15 DNA damage after heavy ion irradiation

Gisela Taucher-Scholz, Darmstadt

09:45 Break

10:00 Cellular response to DNA damage

(ionizing radiation)

George Iliakis, Essen

11:30 Radiation-induced epigenetic alterations and their role for carcinogenesis

Anna Friedl, München

12:15 Lunch Break

13:15 Radiation-induced epigenetic alterations and their role for carcinogenesis

Anna Friedl, München