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Scandinavia, Education, 2018

Public invited to 13 August Round Table session on biobanks and registries in Stockholm

15th August 2019

An EIT Health Think Tank event

EIT Health is inviting the public to an open session of its Think Tank Round Table event on 13 August 2018 in Stockholm. A collaborative, unified effort is critical in creating a solid, functional infrastructure and optimal platform through which precision medicine can develop.

Now is the time for key stakeholders – across the borders of industry, academia, healthcare and policy-making – to take actionable steps together to streamline access to Scandinavian biobanks and registries, which contain data that can be used to enhance healthcare.

The goal of the Round Table is to generate concrete proposals and initiatives to feed into the EIT Health innovation platform for tomorrow’s medicine, including both patient care and prevention of illness and wellness.

With its unique and powerful partner Network and financial instruments, EIT Health can develop better future care and health for our citizens.

 

This EIT Health Think Tank Round Table starts with an open session at Karolinska Institute Biomedicum, in Solna at 10:00-12:00, where all interested stakeholders are invited to attend; registration is required.

The open session brings together keynote speakers whose organizational affiliations combined represent more than 40% of the Scandinavian population. Their presentations will highlight areas for development, relevant steps to be taken, and desired outcomes on a national and regional level.

To join the session, register here.

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