Take a look at these informative videos about and related to the SPIDIA and SPIDIA4P project!

Virtual Conference / Webinar
QIAGEN Cancer Research Virtual Event
Cell-free DNA from biomarker research to personalized medicine
Nov 5-6, 2020
Presentation by Dr. Uwe Oelmueller, QIAGEN and SPIDIA4P Coordinator, on Nov. 5, 2020
Standardized Preanalytics The key for reliable Diagnostics, Research and Biobanking

Video recording of webinar

Webinar from Dr. Tomasz Krenz, Senior Scientist at QIAGEN (in the QIAGEN Cancer Research Webinar series)
"Pre-analytical considerations and workflow solutions for Liquid Biopsy"
July 10, 2020

Video recording of webinar - free access after free registration

Very interesting video about the background and aims of our collaborative consortium
Members of SPIDIA4P are part of the EU-STANDS4PM consortium and are supporting the development of relevant standards for in silico approaches in personalised medicine.

Take a look!

Background and aims EU-STANDS4PM

Interesting short TV report that emphasizes the importance of standardized workflows for blood draws and blood samples in labs to get reliable and consistent results in order to make the right diagnosis and effective treatment - in German only

German television - Missstand bei Bluttests

Lecture: Enhance the reliability of diagnostics with the support of standards,
Dr. Uwe Oelmueller, Coordinator of  SPIDIA and SPIDIA4P

Video Lecture

Conference: Boost your innovation through standards - CEN and CENELEC
This quick recap of the conference's highlights, with testimonials from our speakers, researchers
and entrepreneurs sums up how standards lead to innovation - enjoy!

Boost your innovation through standards

Interview with Dr. Uwe Oelmueller, coordinator of SPIDIA and SPIDIA4P, about the background of the projects and the necessity of standards for the pre-analytical phase

Dr. Uwe Oelmueller - Standards für die Prä-Analytik - German only

Discussing standards with SPIDIA4P at the EU Parliament

Video: SPIDIA4P at the EU Parliament - March 5, 2019