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Phone: +36 30 791 49 02
InnoStars – a unique concept for widening participation and outreach across Europe – establishes new ties for innovation and growth. As the EIT Governance Board declared on the 2014 Info Day, “new talents, new ideas come from the periphery”. With the twin goals of leveraging diversity and engaging less developed regions, EIT Health has added the “InnoStars” to its network. The InnoStars are regional clusters of EIT Health Associate Partners representing industry, academia, and health providers.

If you are from an InnoStars country and interested in applying for 2017 EIT Health startup competitions, please visit this website for detailed information and a link to the application forms:

The team

Balázs Fürjes
Managing Director
Mikolaj Gurdala
Innovation & Education Manager
Attila Hajba
Chief Financial Officer
Péter Nagy
Project Manager

Supervisory board

Prof. Joaquim Neto Murta, Chairman,
University of Coimbra
Dr. Miklós Szócska,
Minister of State for Health of the Hungarian Government 2010-2014
Prof. Salvatore Panico,
University Federico II. Naples
Prof. Lucyna Wozniak,
Medical University of Lodz
Dr. Nuno Vasco Lopes,
GLINTT – Global Intelligent Technologies


H-1117 Budapest, Neumann János street 1/E 5. floor (Infopark - EIT building)

Get directions


By car: When arriving to Budapest on motorway M1/M7 turn right to Nagyszőlős/Bocskai út. Go along until you reach the river (Petőfi bridge). Before crossing the bridge turn right and go along the riverside in southern direction. In 700 meters you arrive to Infopark Innovation and Technology Center. The InnoStars office is located in "E" building.

By train: Get off the train at "Kelenföld" railway station. Take bus #154 to "Neumann János utca" bus stop.

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