EIT Health News
Study shows strong impact of EIT's work
A new study published in late November by the EIT reveals substantial impact from the work of EIT Health and the other Knowledge Innovation Communities (KICs) founded by the EIT.
3 million EUR to new method to treat chronic wounds
The EU Commission funds 3 million EUR to Evelina Vågesjö, researcher at Uppsala University and CEO of Ilya Pharma, for further development of a new technique to treat acute and chronic wounds.
Innovation Day attracts international interest
Just a moment ... Lina Sors Emilsson, project manager for the EIT Health Innovation Day that December 1 gathered students and representatives of Uppsala Municipality and Uppsala Region aiming to create ideas for the job market of the future.
EIT Health 2019 Calls for proposals Alert
The EIT Health 2019 Calls for proposals are about to open for all partners. EIT Health will give webinars on financial and administrative topics to assist anyone planning to participate in the calls.
New PhD school CREOLE gets EIT Health support
EIT Health announces support to the upcoming PhD school Convergence Research Education Obtaining Leverage for Enterprise (CREOLE), a cross-disciplinary initiative in the works at Uppsala and Groningen Universities.
EIT Health funds Uppsala University MOOC on Antibiotic Resistance
EIT Health has announced financial support to Antibiotic Resistance: the Silent tsunami, a MOOC presented by Uppsala University that will address antibiotic resistance from a global and multidisciplinary perspective.
Submit your challenge for Wild Card projects
Researchers at Uppsala University, now is your chance to contribute to the future direction of healthcare innovation supported by EIT Health. Submit your challenge for Wild Card projects no later than November 10th, 2017.
Stockholm3 wins EIT Innovators Award
Stockholm3, the new prostate cancer-detecting blood test, was awarded the €50,000 EIT Innovators Award at Budapests INNOVEIT conference.
Read Scandinavian CLC Newsletter October 2017
The October 2017 edition of the Scandinavian CLC Newsletter is now online. Get current updates regarding the Interim CLC Director of EIT Health Scandinavia, Changes in the Supervisory Board and the latest news from our pillars.
Students award top ratings to Innovation Game
– The set-up of this course is next to perfection, says Moa Fransson, one of the lecturers at Innovation Game, the summer school where students, health care and game designers work together to face one of society's biggest challenges.
Creative Uppsalastudents receive award in Eindhoven
Team UppSense, consisting of nine students at Uppsala University, was awarded the Creativity Award at SensUs 2017, an international student competition organized by Eindhoven University of Technology.
Run4Health to speed up healthy self management
Run4Health is a new public outreach-activity aiming to increase awareness on the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. The project will receive full financial and administrative support from EIT Health.
Watch EIT Health-seminar from Almedalen on Web TV
The EIT Health-seminar It rarely goes by itself - education for better collaboration between healthcare, industry and academia at the Almedalen Week 2017 is now available on Web TV.
EIT Health activities at Blodomloppet in Visby
September 16 you can meet EIT Health and Uppsala university students of medicine and pharmacy during Blodomloppet in Visby, Gotland – the street race encouraging physical activity and blood donation.
Campus seeks coordinator for citizens' activity line
EIT Health Campus is looking for someone to work part-time as a Coordinator of Campus Citizen Programmes. The engagement will end on 31 December 2017, extension is negotiable.