10th July 2019
Lili Milani is the new contact person at Tartu University for EIT Health partners
EIT Health Scandinavia is glad to welcome Lili Milani and her personalised medicine, biobank and genomic expertise to the EIT Health Community.
Lili Milani is the new contact person at Tartu University for EIT Health Partners engaging in collaboration, partnerships and projects
Lili has many titles, positions, publications and is a great resource to the EIT Health community:
Research professor in pharmacogenetics at the University of Tartu, Senior Research Fellow, Estonian Genome Center, Institute of Genomics, University of Tartu, Senior associate Lecturer in precision medicine at Uppsala University, SciLifeLab fellow, Dept of Medical Sciences, Science for Life Laboratory, Uppsala University. She is also the representative in the Estonian National Steering Group for Personalised Medicine Initiative on behalf of Tartu University.
Lili has been interviewed several times in the Swedish Radio about personalised medicine and the use of biobanks’ big data for medical purposes.
Visit the following links for more information:
Sveriger Radio – Science Radio Weekly Magazine
Sveriger Radio – Studio One
You can find Lili Milani’s contact information on the EIT Health Scandinavia partner brochure here.
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