Brown Bag Lunch Talks at MSD takes place at MSD on March 23, this time based on the 4D/diabetes-project, run by Stockholm County Council and Karolinska Institutet and aiming to improve healthcare for people with type 2-diabetes.
Are you interested in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its applications within health? During 2017 Stockholm Science City together with STING will arrange a seminar series to highlight this area and show what it can mean for your business.
More than 100 000 people in Sweden is suffering from Alzheimer's disease and today no medicine is able to slow the disease progression. There is a lot of research made in the area and in this half day meeting Läkemedelsvärlden.se takes the pulse of the latest research in drug development and diagnostics. We will also discuss if the community is prepered for a new disease-modifying treatment.
The mapping of an individual's genetic material is today both cheap and fast. Additionally, the Human Protein Atlas was recently released - a large scale project mapping our proteomes. This could lead to new future treatments. The next step is clinical practice and patient benefit. The seminar takes place at IVA Conference Center.
Digitisation has great potential to make health care more effecient and to improve our health. If we let it. During a day seminar we will talk about opportunities of digitisation, but also about difficulties that are making development impossible and what actions to take to overcome the challanges.
In March, we will run the first Health 2.0 Stockholm meetup of 2017. Since our very first meetup in 2011 the interest in health tech (aka digital health, eHealth, mHealth, connected health) has exploded. 2011 was the year when the IBM supercomputer Watson was launched and won the American version of Jeopardy. Last year Manipal Hospitals in India offered IBM Watson for Oncology as an online service through their website to cancer patients to be used as an expert second opinion.
The construction of the Eye Center of Excellence is running, and the intention is to create a centre for excellence in eye care, research and education to contribute to a strong development within the area. St. Erik Eye Hospital will move into it's new premises, located in Hagastaden, in 2020. We spoke to Anders Boman, CEO at St. Erik Eye Hospital, about why the hospital is moving and why they chose Hagastaden.
Stockholm Digital Care is an EU-project aiming to create growth for small and medium sized businesses in the Stockholm region working with welfare technology. By a larger supply of welfare technology specifically designed for eldery, the project will also contribute to the well-being of the elderly who are still living at home. We asked Emma Eng, Project Manager of Stockholm Digital Care, a few questions.
On March 29th a half-day workshop takes place, arranged by EUSME Supportkontor. The workshop is targeting those who are familiar with SME Instrument and has decided to apply. During the workshop your innovation idea will be put in context and we will make sure you communicate your idea in the best way.