Topics for conference part 1 of the GMDS

We look forward to receiving your contributions on the following GMDS topics.

Medical informatics

  • FAIR IT infrastructures for biomedical research
  • Knowledge and process management
  • Interoperability: standards, classifications, terminologies
  • Biosignals and images
  • Citizen and patient participation, Citizens Science
  • Socio-technical systems in the healthcare sector
  • Education and training


  • Epidemiological methods
  • Epidemiology of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases
  • Infection epidemiology
  • Cancer epidemiology
  • Teaching in epidemiology
  • Pediatric epidemiology
  • Pharmacoepidemiology
  • Healthcare epidemiology
  • Public health
  • Further epidemiological topics

Medical biometrics

  • Systematic reviews and meta-analyses
  • Statistical methods for study planning
  • Statistical methods for data analysis
  • Methods of benefit assessment
  • Statistical methods in non-clinical research
  • Statistical methods for medical devices
  • Free medical-biometric topics

Medical bioinformatics and systems biology

  • Biomedical Informatics
  • Mathematical models in medicine
  • Statistical methods of bioinformatics
  • Development, implementation and documentation of data processing workflows
  • Data integration in systems medicine
  • Single Cell Data
  • free bioinformatics topics


  • Machine learning and AI
  • Establishment, operation and further development of registries
  • Data management in clinical and epidemiological studies
  • Data protection, ethical aspects, regulation and IT security
  • Legal aspects and ethics
  • Evaluation of interventions
  • Metaresearch
  • Quality management, data quality and data integrity
  • Risk management
  • Scientific communication
  • Mixed data sources and data linkage
  • International Perspectives on Health
  • Precision Medicine and Systems Biology
  • Human Factors in Health Sciences
  • Education in Health Sciences

Submissions can be made via the following link:

Please note our information for authors (conference part 1).
We look forward to your contributions!