Explore cutting-edge Nordic science and technologies in Stockholm Waterfront, 14-15 October 2013
With focused academic resources and support from both the local investment community and government, the Nordic area is well placed to exhibit itself as a European life science hotspot. Nordic Life Science Days will showcase this innovation and highlight the best of the region’s pharmaceutical, biotechnology, diagnostic, medtech and digital health industries.
Key presentations include:
Early Financing: Soft Money
Dr Björn Kull, Head of the Karolinska Institutet Grants Office, will chair a discussion on financing through the EU framework and Nordic public programmes which support innovative SMEs and philanthropic funding.
Open Innovation: Collaboration in the Precompetitive Space
Explore the European Commission’s Innovative Medicines Initiative featuring including case studies of successful public and private partnerships which have discovered new medicines using open access research.
Nanomedicine: The Little Big Revolution
Explore the impact of nanotechnologies in medicine, illustrated by a series of presentations from leading experts in the field.
The European and Nordic Regulatory Landscape
Join The European Confederation of Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurs who will present the new EMA Transparency policy and its impact on access to data.
Personalised Medicine & BioBanks: Transforming Healthcare by Improving Health Outcomes
Insight on updates on regulatory and business issues, policy, as well as advances in the personalised medicine space.
Special Session on Stockholm Uppsala
Delve into Stockholm’s successful strategic collaborations – industry, academic and research opportunities. Presentations from Karolinska Institute, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm University, Science for Life Lab and the AstraZeneca Translational Science Center will showcase successful business development in Stockholm.
For more information and to register, please contact:
+46 8 213132
College Hill Life Sciences
+44 (0) 20 7866 7860