How can we develop and strengthen support structures to, for example, find partners and initiate Life Science projects funded by the EU?
• What keys and pitfalls are in the phases before the application is to be written?
• What roles can different actors play in the early process of an application?
Share experiences, learn from each other, and find new partners!
We want to strengthen the strategic collaboration within Life Science in the Baltic Sea region and Europe and create better collaboration projects and increased funding through, for example, the EU's Life Science programme.
The event is primarily aimed at those who in various ways support the initial steps in the process of EU funding and want to exchange knowledge and experience.
The event will be held in English.
Current updates in the program will be posted on this page.
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09.00 Introduction Katrine Riklund, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Umeå University
09.10 Key-note presentations Charlotte Andersdotter, International Director, Head of EU Office in Brussels, Confederation of Swedish Enterprise Farah Diehl-Fahim, Senior Research Consultant, Empirica, Germany
10.10 Successful cases from Euorpean regions Göran Larsson, R&D manager, Region Västerbotten, Sweden Donna Henderson, Head of international engagement, Technology Enabled Care and Digital Healthcare Innovation, NHS National Services, Scotland Ivar Horte, Foundraiser, Region Syddanmark, Danmark
11.05 Successful cases continues Marta Martínez-Gil Vázquez, European Projects Office – OTRI University of Málaga, Spain
11.20 Panel discussion and questions Charlotte Andersdotter, International Director, Head of EU Office in Brussels, Confederation of Swedish Enterprise Donna Henderson, Head of International Engagement, TEC & Digital Healthcare Innovation, NHS National Services Scotland Rolf Hugoson, PhD, Principal investigator, Umeå University, Sweden
11.40 What support is there for support organization’s?
11.55 How do we go further
The registration is closed.
Support Office for Life Science and Health (SOLH)is the organizer of the event.
Partners in the SOHL project are the Innovation Office at Umeå University, Region Västerbotten, Umeå University Holding AB and Luleå University of Technology.
The SOHL project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Region Västerbotten and Umeå municipality.