EIT Health News
The EIT Health Accelerator is open for business
The EIT Health Accelerator is now open to business ideas from Campus and Innovation Projects and other Accelerator pre-seed scouting activities. Download our catalogue and apply to the activities of your choice.
EIT Health funds new way to reduce risk of fractures
EIT Health will fund further development of a new elastic bone cement that can improve the treatment of elderly patients with osteoporotic fracture of spinal vertebrae. “The idea is to reduce the risk of new fractures,” says researcher Cecilia Persson.
Apply now for the Product/Market Fit program 2018
Digital health and Medtech start-ups aiming to entry foreign European markets can now apply for The Product/Market Fit program for customized guidance into countries of their choice. Apply no later than 30 March 2018.
Apply now for Headstart Funding 2018
Early stage companies and SMEs can now apply to the EIT Health Headstart Funding Programme for up to 50 000 EUR in funding for development and/or commercialization of new technologies, products or services.
Apply now for GoGlobal 2018
Mature start-ups or SMEs with the ambition to expand their international market reach can now apply for the GoGlobal Programme 2018 to get support needed in the internationalization process of scale up companies.
Popular summer school returns to Gotland 2018
For the third year in a row Uppsala University and EIT Health invite to Innovation Game, a summer school offering a multidisciplinary meeting between healthcare challenges and the gaming world's possibilities - this year focusing on the mental health of young people.
First Scandinavian CLC partner seminar in Malmö
January 31 EIT Health Scandinavian CLC will organize the first of a series of seminars for all Scandinavian partners. This 1st partner seminar will focus on the BP 2019 calls for project.
Andy Browning tillbaka till nya utmaningar
Hallå där… Andy Browning, som nu är tillbaka på jobbet som samverkansledare vid UU Innovation efter två år som EIT Health Director for Innovation Projects med placering i München.
Uppsala University granted 3 million SEK in innovation funding
With three million SEK from EIT Health, Peter Bergsten, Professor of Medical Cell Biology at Uppsala University, has joined DeTecT2D - the international innovation project aiming to provide diabetes healthcare with an effective and much needed diagnostic tool.
“EIT Health offers major resources and a unique European network”
Just a moment ... Krister Halldin and Titti Ekegren, project coordinators at the office for Medicine and Pharmacy, who assisted Peter Bergsten, Professor at Uppsala University, being granted 3 000 000 SEK in EIT Health innovation funding.
Read Scandinavian CLC Newsletter December 2017
The December 2017 edition of the EIT Health Scandinavian CLC Newsletter is now online. Get current updates on the Calls for Proposals for 2019, the Scandinavian CLC Partners' Seminar January 31 and Changes in the Scandinavian CLC.
Study shows strong impact of EIT's work
A new study published in late November by the EIT reveals substantial impact from the work of EIT Health and the other Knowledge Innovation Communities (KICs) founded by the EIT.
3 million EUR to new method to treat chronic wounds
The EU Commission funds 3 million EUR to Evelina Vågesjö, researcher at Uppsala University and CEO of Ilya Pharma, for further development of a new technique to treat acute and chronic wounds.
Innovation Day attracts international interest
Just a moment ... Lina Sors Emilsson, project manager for the EIT Health Innovation Day that December 1 gathered students and representatives of Uppsala Municipality and Uppsala Region aiming to create ideas for the job market of the future.
EIT Health 2019 Calls for proposals Alert
The EIT Health 2019 Calls for proposals are about to open for all partners. EIT Health will give webinars on financial and administrative topics to assist anyone planning to participate in the calls.