Are you part of a company, research laboratory, healthcare team, or patient association in the field of chronic inflammatory diseases?


The clinical and research teams of the University Hospital Federation PRECIsion health in Complex Immune-mediated Inflammatory Diseases (FHU PRECISE) invite you to an open innovation day focused on chronic inflammatory diseases!


Chronic inflammatory diseases, or IMIDs (Immune-Mediated Inflammatory Diseases), are common and on the rise, particularly in the northern region of France. The present challenge is to effectively manage IMIDs that are resistant to treatment and/or present complications due to these treatments or the progression of the disease.


FHU PRECISE is committed to addressing this challenge and revolutionizing the management of patients with IMIDs. We aim to provide these patients with the benefits of the most recent innovations in care, research, and education. We leverage the richness of the G4 academic environment (including centers in Lille, Amiens, Rouen, and Caen) and our well-structured relations with pharmaceutical companies.



Program :

9h30 – 10h00 :  Welcome coffee

10h – 10h05  :  Opening remarks, Professor David Launay

10h05 – 10h15 : Round table

10h15 – 11h00 : Insights of the PRECISE database and cohort and the FHU PRECISE workplan

11h00-11h15 : Testimonial from FRADEN (FRench Atopic DErmatitis Network) on Partnership with industry: Interfacing a phase IV study with the FIRST cohort 

11h15 – 12h00 : Discussion 

12h00 – 12h30 : Testimonial from TAKEDA on Patient access to innovation in rare diseases: keys to the success of public-private partnerships                

12h30 – 13h30 : Lunch 

13h30 – 14h00 : Testimonial from SANOFI on Early access to medicine

14h00 – 14h30 : Testimonial from BIOCRYST on Biotech at the crossroads of creation and medical research in rare diseases

14h30 – 15h30 : Partnering opportunities : one-to-one meetings

15h30 – 16h00 : Closing remarks and next steps together !

Location : Institut Gernez Rieux, amphithéatre C, Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Lille, 2 Rue du Dr Schweitzer, 59000 Lille