EIT Health News
ClinMed 2019 Summer School open for registration
ClinMed 2019 Summer School - towards medical device innovation seek to enroll Students enrolled in a Masters or Doctorate program, current engineers and executives of medical device companies and new entrepreneurs interested in medical technologies.
Monday 4 March is EIT Health Info Day
Monday 4 March EIT Health welcome all researchers interested in entrepreneurship or already incorporated in early stage startups to come learn about the opportunities given by EIT Health. Registration is open.
Read Scandinavian CLC Newsletter December 2018
The December 2018 edition of the EIT Health Scandinavian CLC Newsletter is now online. Get current updates on new EIT Health Scandinavia Managing Director Erik Forsberg and EIT Health seeking new activity proposals for its Business Plan 2020 portfolio.
Erik Forsberg is EIT Health Scandinavia's new Managing Director
Erik Forsberg is appointed new Managing Director for EIT Health Scandinavia, joining from Uppsala Bio. Interim Managing Director Henrik Cyrén will revert to his previous position as EIT Health Scandinavia’s Innovation Manager.
Innovation Game – Food for thoughts
How can we use the playfulness and competition of e-games to enhance healthy behavior? This is the theme of the EIT Health Innovation Game summer school, attracting students from different countries to the Swedish island Gotland during two weeks in August.
Read Scandinavian CLC Newsletter October 2018
The October 2018 edition of the EIT Health Scandinavian CLC Newsletter is now online. Get current updates on Open deferred calls for proposals 2019 for Summer Schools and E-Labs, PhD programme RECIPE receives EIT-Label and Investor Network is now open for applications for start-ups.
Innovation Game: Grogrund för smarta idéer
Hur kan man använda spelens lekfullhet och tävlingsmoment för att sprida hälsosamma beteenden? Det är temat för sommarskolan EIT Health Innovation Game som lockar studenter från olika länder till Visby under två augustiveckor.
EIT Label awarded to RECIPE PhD school
EIT has awarded the RECIPE collaborative PhD school the EIT label. ‘This recognition inspires us even further in providing our PhD students with the broadest possible understanding of the challenges of antimicrobial resistance’, says Linus Sandegren, senior lecturer in Medical Bacteriology and member of the management group for Uppsala Antibiotic Center.
aescuvest and EIT Health launch first pan-European Equity Crowdfunding Platform for Healthcare
Pioneering project will enable start-ups to accelerate time to market for innovative health-related products and services.
EIT Health calls for 2019 Summer Schools and E-Labs funding
EIT Health has opened deferred calls for proposals for 2019 funding for Summer Schools and Entrepreneurship Labs – two types of educational activities designed to impart skills needed for those seeking to bring healthcare innovations to market.
Nursing students provide health advice at Blodomloppet in Visby
At the 2018 Blodomloppet street race in Visby you are welcome to meet Uppsala University students of medicine to receive advice on issues related to physical activity and health.
Uppsala-based projects share EUR 600,000 in EIT Health-funding
EIT Health awards EUR 600,000 in funding to three innovations being developed through research at Uppsala University.
2nd Call for innovation by ideas Proposals 2018 – Apply now
EIT Health hereby invites partners to submit proposals for Innovation by Ideas projects to be included in the Business Plan to start in 2019. A maximum contribution of €500 000 can be sought for each project. Apply no later than 2 October 2018, 4pm.
Read Scandinavian CLC Newsletter June 2018
The June 2018 edition of the EIT Health Scandinavian CLC Newsletter is now online. Get current updates on Scandinavian Innovation Days 2018, Headstart & European Health Catapult programmes and the 2nd Call for Proposals for Innovation by Ideas projects.
EIT Health: Nya vägar till samarbete och nytänkande för universitetet
Uppsala universitets engagemang i EIT Health öppnar ständigt nya dörrar för såväl tvärvetenskaplig samverkan som med samhället i stort. Låt oss fortsätta på den här banan och använda EIT Health som ett gemensamt förnyelseverktyg, skriver Catharina Svensson, Mats Larhed och Titti Ekegren.