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[HIPOD's starting date: 18 January 2019]

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IVD Portugal is a plastic injection molding company based in Coruche. Our Mission is to provide medical devices and products with the highest quality according to MD specification ISO 13485; Directive 93/42 & 98/79 and Regulation 745/2017 & 746/2017. Our customer focus are: B2B partnerships; Company consortium for new product developments; Laboratories and Hospitals.
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Spring brings a new edition of JoinHealth organized by Health Cluster Portugal and EIT Health#JoinHealth Spring Welcome Webinars | May and June | Tuesdays at 2:30pmThis edition will cover topics such as interoperability of data in health, preclinical research, sales, cybersecurity and more...Stay tuned to the topics and dates at www.healthportugal.com.
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Other | Contract Manufacturing Organisation
IVD Portugal is a plastic injection moulding company based in Coruche. Our Mission is to provide medical devices and products with the highest quality according to MD specification ISO 13485; Directive 93/42 & 98/79 and Regulation 745/2017 & 746/2017. Our costumer focus are : - B2B partnerships; - Company consortium for new product developments; - Laboratories and Hospitals.
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Other | Public / Nonprofit Organisation; Other
The China IP SME Helpdesk supports small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) from European Union (EU) member states to protect and enforce their Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in or relating to China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, through the provision of free information and services. The Helpdesk provides jargon-free, first-line, confidential advice on intellectual property and related issues, along with training events, materials and online resources. Individual SMEs and SME intermediaries can submit their IPR queries via email (question@china-iprhelpdesk.eu) and gain access to a panel of experts, in order to receive free and confidential first-line advice within 3 working days. The China IP SME Helpdesk is an initiative by the European Union. To learn more about the China IP SME Helpdesk and any aspect of intellectual property rights in China, please visit our online portal at https://ec.europa.eu/ip-helpdesk.
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Norte (Portugal) | Contract Research Organisation; Laboratory / Analytical Services; R&D Institution
BnʼML - Behavioral & Molecular Lab is based in Braga, at the University of Minho and operates since 2012 in close association with the Institute for Research in Life and Health Sciences (ICVS). Its activities rely on the specialization and extensive research activity applied to the evaluation of the behavioral, cellular and molecular effects of drugs, in both in vitro and in vivo non-human models.Bn'ML's mission is to optimize the screening process for compounds of interest, in a preclinical phase, supporting the transition to the clinical trials phase. So, it provides services for behavioral, cellular and molecular analysis of the therapeutic potential of compounds.Bn’ML is also devoted to fundamental research that further sustains innovation in novel methods and technologies, based on the most recent advances and trends in the field. Moreover, Bn’ML is actively involved in education and training of graduate and postgraduate students, as a partner in the PhD program in Applied Health Sciences (University of Minho) and in providing short and long-term internships to students.The expertise of its team ranges from basic neuroscience, namely neural plasticity and neurophysiology, to applied preclinical research.
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The HCP Meetings with Health Innovation is an annual initiative of the Health Cluster Portugal (HCP) that brings together HCP members and other stakeholders, including companies, academic institutions and healthcare providers, to promote networking and discuss key topics on health.In its 2021 edition - The (new) challenges in Health innovation – the focus will be laid on the main ideas stemming from the Health Development Plan.In parallel:Open innovation Market in Smart HealthB2B matchmaking eventThe event will be held in English.
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Tender / Procurement | Medical Technologies & In Vitro Diagnostics
This study is meant to test the hypotheses that omega-3 index is inversely associated with burnout levels. It will be carried in a sample of 380 participants. The omega-3 index will be determined through an omega-3 prick finger test (Omega Quant®), for which we are seeking a funding of £ 12540.
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10.00 h Apertura e presentación da xornada. Patricia Argerey. Directora da Axencia Galega de Innovación (GAIN) 10.15 h Características del programa. Presentación de solicitudes e criterios de avaliación. Equipo de xestión Ignicia: Carlos Sánchez Vecino. Axencia Galega de Innovación Verónica Castelo. Axencia Galega de Innovación. Eladio Crego. Fundación Barrié. 11.00 h Experiencia de proxectos apoiados polo programa. Diego Nodar. COO y co-fundador de Alén Space (proxecto Plataforma XHS - Universidade de Vigo) Senén Barro. Director de CiTIUS y co-fundador de Inverbis Analytics (proxecto Inverbis. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela) 11.30 h Rolda de preguntas. 12.00 h Fin de la xornada.
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Other | Academic Institution
The Lisbon School of Medicine (FMUL), the Institute of Molecular Medicine (IMM) and Santa Maria University Hospital (HSM-CHLN) created a joint Doctoral Programme: Doctoral Programme of the Lisbon Academic Medical Centre (CAML). The programme focuses on research projects of excellence and has a flexible and modular training component. By focusing on research, it aims to encourage clinicians to ask new questions regarding patients and diseases and to bring them to the laboratory, and, conversely, to take questions from the laboratory to clinical practice. By bringing together medical and non-medical researchers, the programme encourages new collaborative approaches and more effective communication between basic and clinical researchers.