Bioga and the Galician Innovation Agency (GAIN) are organizing the Bioalmorzo "Acceleration Programs for Entrepreneurs, Researchers and Companies" in collaboration with EIT Health on January 25th at the CiQUS Assembly Hall (Santiago de Compostela). The working day will start at 11.00 h. For this we will have the participation of:Irene Sánchez, Business Creation Manager EIT Health Spain Javier Vega, Business Creation Project Coordinator EIT Health Spain EIT Health is a European network of innovation in health. They offer solutions to enable European citizens to live longer and healthier lives by promoting innovation. They connect the right people and the right subjects across European borders, so that innovation can happen at the intersection of research, education and business, for the benefit of citizens.The event will consist of an informative day on the acceleration calls of EIT Health aimed at entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMEs in the health sector, which will open soon.EIT Health' activities are aimed at promoting innovation in health care through the creation of promising companies, the development of talent and the support of innovative ideas. The three main areas are: Accelerator for business development, Campus for education and Innovation projects to support new ideas. Taken together, the three EIT Health programs provide a wide range of activities that support innovation from idea to marketing, which ultimately makes these innovations available to European citizens.The program is as follows:11.00-11.15h: WelcomeBiogaGAIN11.15-11.30h: TraffikGene Project (ERC Proof of Concept)Javier Montenegro: Principal researcher at CiQUS11.30-12.30: Acceleration programs for entrepreneurs, researchers and companiesJavier Vega: Business Creation Project Coordinator EIT Health SpainIrene Sánchez: Business Creation Manager EIT Health Spain12.30-13.00h: Debate13.00h: Networking and coffe-break For more information, you can check the EIT Health website.Attendance is free.Those who wish to attend can register at the following email address: email@example.com before January 23.See all information at www.bioga.org
Includes the presentation of the "Strategic Plan for the Establishment and Consolidation of a Cross-border Ecosystem of Health Innovation in Galicia (Spain) and Norte (Portugal)" and "HIPOD - Health Innovation and Partnership Opportunities Database".
Norte (Portugal) | Academic Institution; Healthcare Provider; Other
Mission: The Clinic Academic Center – Braga, Association (2CA-BRAGA), is a non-profit partnership, between the University of Minho (UM), through the School of Medicine (EM) and the Life and Health Sciences Research Institute (ICVS), the José de Mello Saúde Group, represented by Hospitals of Braga and CUF-Porto, and Eurotrials – Scientific Consultants. The 2CA-BRAGA is in a unique and privileged position to ally research with clinical aspects, maximizing the development of innovative biomaterials, diagnostic strategies, regenerative approaches and therapeutic products. With basis on this health ecosystem infrastructure the 2CA-BRAGA, thus, seeks to strengthen University of Minho’s position as a leader in bioscience innovation and translational research, promoting in unison with the Hospital de Braga the maintenance of health during the lifespan and, most importantly, contributing to add quality to life through innovative breakthroughs.Vision: The 2CA-BRAGA vision is to create a paradigm shift for healthcare: a larger number of subjects can be appropriately monitored and healthcare providers can proactively engage their population into an adjustable healthcare mode. Strengthening this vision, the 2CA-BRAGA seeks to ensure that medical research breakthroughs lead to direct clinical benefits for patients. For this, the 2CA-BRAGA will promote projects in clinical, translational research and clinical trials, will host activities of scientific character in the area of health sciences and provide services for the clinical and scientific community. Feeding back into its supporting communities the 2CA-BRAGA will actively engage in a culture of dissemination of the generated knowledge among the scientific community, health professionals and the general public.
Norte (Portugal) | Academic Institution; Laboratory / Analytical Services; R&D Institution
In the top-class facilities of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto, in the Norte region of Portugal, 14 PhD courses and 15 master programmes are run for 3000 students. One-third of the teaching staff are medical doctors in the attached District Hospital. The Faculty publishes 700 indexed international publications per year.
Galicia (Spain) | Public / Nonprofit Organisation
BIOGA brings together the organizations of the value chain of the Galician Biotech Sector and works to position it strategically on the international scene, helping the companies to access new markets.
Galicia (Spain) | Public / Nonprofit Organisation
CSG is a non-profit organization, whose main objective is to boost the competitiveness of the health industry of Galicia contributing to its economic and social development through cooperation between all public and private institutions related to the health and social care sectors. Additionally, it is responsible for catalyzing effective cooperation in R + D + i in the sector.
Our activities are aligned to three main objectives: Innovation, Internationalization and Training. Always looking for cooperation and economic development as a result.
Norte (Portugal) | Public / Nonprofit Organisation; Other
The Health Cluster Portugal (HCP) is a private non-profit association, founded in 2008, that currently brings together about 170 members, including R&D institutions, universities, hospitals, organizations from civil society, and companies in the areas of pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical technologies and services. Together, HCP and its members develop innovative projects in areas such as translational and clinical research, active and healthy ageing, health tourism, and eHealth, with the purpose of turning knowledge into new solutions that contribute to the improvement of human health and wellbeing. And also together, work to make Portugal the right place to invest and build partnerships in Health.To learn more about HCP, its members, and the Portuguese Health sector, please visit:- HCP's website (www.healthportugal.com);- HCP Membership Directory (www.healthportugal-directory.com);- SciPort | Health in Portugal: Science and Technology Resources Database (www.scienceportugal.com).- Presentation "Portugal: the right place to invest and build partnerships in Health" (https://www.slideshare.net/LusSoares12/portugal-the-right-place-to-invest-and-build-partnerships-in-health-august-2018).
28 november 2018, Carcavelos (Lisboa), Portugal