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[HIPOD's starting date: 18 January 2019]

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Galicia (Spain) | Other
Manager with 20 years of total, national and international, experience. Computer Engineer and MBA from the EOI. Native Spanish, good level of English (Title Trinity GESE 8), Portuguese and Galician. Significant experience in business development, leading own and third-party projects. Managing P&L, clients, budgets and people. I have developed this tasks during these last 8 years as General Manager, as well as 12 years in different manager positions in business and technology consulting, technical department management and people management.
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Galicia (Spain) | Biotech Company; Contract Manufacturing Organisation; Other
Experienced Director of Global Strategic Program and Portfolio Management with a demonstrated background in biotechnology industry with several products taken from early development to commercialization. Passionate and skilled in strategy, team management, with strong interpersonal skills fostering customer happiness. MBA graduate with major in entrepreneurship. Private Investor and Board Member at Qubiotech Health Intelligence and ChemoSapiens
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Galicia (Spain) | Biotech Company
Nanoimmunotech is a nanobiotechnology Spanish SME with a wide knowledge in bioconjugation and biosensors. It was created in 2009 as a spin-off of two research centers with experience in different areas of nanobiotechnology. With venues in Zaragoza and Vigo, the company has great international presence, sells its products and services all over the world and cooperate in global R&D projects. With the purpose of becoming a world referent in nanobionsensors, they have launched to the market, HEATSENS®, a new disruptive technology of which the company has the exclusive patent and license.
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Galicia (Spain) | Consultancy & Business Development Company
UN-EM is a company created to advise Universities and Technological Centers to transfer research results to the market. The staff is specialized in technologies valuation, boosting entrepreneurship and the creation of Spin-Off companies. UN-EM facilitate the commercial exploitation of scientific results. The company is based on knowledge and methodologies which allows break down geographical barriers, with customers in Spain and Latin America.
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Norte (Portugal) | Public / Nonprofit Organisation
The INL International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, located in Braga (North of Portugal) was founded by the governments of Portugal and Spain under an international legal framework to perform interdisciplinary research, deploy and articulate nanotechnology for the benefit of society. INL aims to become the world-wide hub for nanotechnology addressing society’s grand challenges.
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Galicia (Spain) | Academic Institution; R&D Institution; Science & Technology Parks, Incubators, or Technology Transfer Organisations
With more than 1,000 researchers dedicated to biotechnology and biomedicine, a Campus of International Excellence, CAMPUS VIDA, and 30 years of experience in valorization and transfer of research results, the USC has a portfolio of more than 200 patents and 40 spin-off based on the knowledge generated by its researchers.
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Norte (Portugal) | Medtech Company
BestHealth4U is developing and bringing to market a new generation of medical-grade adhesives. Bio2Skin is our revolutionary nano-based adhesive for medical applications and can be integrated into a wide range of medical devices. It is based on a patented-pending technology, that avoids skin injury in prolonged use or upon removal. It is ideal for general use and can provide effective protection against Medical Adhesive-Related Skin Injury (MARSI) in long-term applications such as ostomy, elderly and neo-natal patients. The treatment of the skin damage is costly in terms of service provision, time, and in severe cases requires long periods of hospitalizations due to infection. Besides mechanical injury, medical adhesives can induce dermatitis (either irritant or allergic) and other types of skin damage such as maceration of folliculitis. Age-related physiologic factors exert a significant impact on a patient’s susceptibility with the elderly and neonates the most vulnerable. In 2012, it was calculated that about €900 million in payments to hospitals in USA were withheld because of MARSI. Currently available adhesives are artificially produced viscous materials that fill the skin irregularities, to augment the contact area. When they are removed, they tend to provoke dermatitis, which is due to the removal of a large amount of epidermis cells. Bio2Skin is inspired by forces in nature which results from the combination of highly biocompatible chemically-modified polymers. The adhesive developed by BestHealth4U uses polyol polymer produced based on bio-materials and modified polymers. Applications of these materials are based on their intrinsic biocompatibility, biodegradability, and non-toxicity. Bio2Skin displays excellent adhesion properties to match currently used medical-grade adhesives. Bio2Skin binds to the natural features of the skin offering good adhesion properties without damaging the skin either during use or upon removal, reducing or even eliminating the skin damage caused by the continuous use of current adhesives. It can be used in ostomy, wound dressing, hot and cold therapy, wearable medical devices and kinesiology bands. Small-scale pre-clinical tests so far have been extremely promising, and we believe we can make a significant impact in the medical adhesive market which s is projected to reach €10 billion by 2019.
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Mentoring | Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products; Pharmaceutical Products; Medical Technologies & In Vitro Diagnostics
The HealthTechTAB is a high-level EC-powered service that operates within the framework of NOBEL, a joint effort to accelerate HealthTech development and provide the HealthTech community, both from industry and academia, with the right tools to bring their innovations to patients.The TAB brings together a pool of industry experts with a solid track record of delivering health tech products from bench to the patients with the sole purpose of accelerating the translation of promising European health tech projects through high-level coaching. The TAB welcomes projects at any stage of development and offers them technical and commercial evaluation together with peer support and guidance. This service is accessible to all European innovators, from academia and industry, for free.For more information about the program, please visit https://healthtechtab.eu/ or contact us.
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Norte (Portugal) | Science & Technology Parks, Incubators, or Technology Transfer Organisations
Founded in 1990, TecMinho is a private non-profit association, having had as sponsors the University of Minho and the Association of Municipalities of Vale do Ave. Its basic mission is to be an interface of the University of Minho, promoting its connection to society, especially in the areas of science and technology, contributing to regional development by improving the competitiveness of organizations and increase the skills of individuals. Our quest for innovation and technological development takes place through 3 main lines of action: Continuing Training Technology Transfer University Entrepreneurship TecMinho's Intervention Strategy: - Promotion of innovation and development of new technologies / products / processes and their transfer to businesses; - Promotion of Continuous Training activities (including e-learning), as well as organizational development and transnational mobility of human resources; - Support to the creation of enterprises, with emphasis on academic spin-offs; - Kick-start of projects of research / development, as well as guidance in its implementation.