The Future of Swedish & Danish Life Science

– The latest in Precision Medicine and Big Data

Scandinavia has seen continued investment in the life sciences, and there are many examples of how this cash injection is translating into real projects. In the Lund-based life science research park, Medicon Village, construction of a new purpose-built complex that will house 600 experts, is in full swing and on the Danish side, Copenhagen Science City has developed into an innovation district that gives access to one of Europe’s highest concentrations of education and research in the fields of medicine, health and natural science.

In the past 10 years personalized medicine, now precision medicine, has been a highly attractive concept to many stakeholders in the industry. The Danish Government and Danish Regions have developed a National Strategy for Personalized Medicine 2017-2020 and in Sweden, the new initiative for precision medicine – Genomic Medicine Sweden – aims to build a new type of infrastructure within Swedish Healthcare . This is hardly surprising. Giving the patients the information and ability to find out exactly which drugs work for them, is just one of the supposed advantages. But looking past the hype, when will the promised benefits of these procedures become reality? And how will the payment systems, the industry and the health sector, as well as the individual doctor, follow this trend?

In addition to this, the industry must address the looming challenge of “Big Data”. Every day, biobanks, as well as new progress in genetics and molecular biology, create huge amounts of raw data. But do we have the tools needed to make use of it, and in the longer perspective, turn it into an additional revenue stream? We also want to investigate how the Nordic countries can improve their collaboration in these areas, both at home and across borders. 

March 22nd, 2018

Medicon Village AB (Restaurang Inspira)
Scheelevägen 2, Lund

One-on-one partnering meeting system

Our one-on-one meeting system will open in the beginning of March.

Please make sure that you have filled in your personal and company profile.​ This is necessary to enable other participants to search you and find you in the system and thus be able to make meeting requests with you. The system will be open for submitting requests until 10.00 PM. on March 22nd. Only mutual availability between delegates will be scheduled.

Contact

Maria_Eriksson-farg

Booking and partnering
Please contact Event Managing Director Maria Eriksson
maria.eriksson@mentoronline.se
+46 (0)8 670 41 86

Lucy_Robertshaw-farg

Program & Moderator
Lucy J Robertshaw Director, LucyJRobertshaw
lucyrobertshaw@live.co.uk
+46 (0)706 280 230

Elisabeth_Blomdin-farg

Registration 
Please contact customer service
eventanmalan@mentoronline.se
+46 (0)8 670 41 50

Sofia_Bergfors-farg

Regarding the exhibition and shipping
Please contact Sofia Bergfors
sofia.bergfors@mentoronline.se
+46 (0)736 82 53 78

Main organizer

Kemivärlden Biotech med Kemisk Tidskrift/Journal of Chemistry & Biotechnology is the leading magazine in the Nordics with a focus on Chemistry, Biotechnology and Life Science. We are a subscription-based glossy magazine published 8 times per year. Ever since the magazine was founded in 1887, our core values have been credibility and quality. The Journal of Chemistry & Biotechnology reaches the members of SwedenBIO, Swedish Chemical Society, SwedNanoTech and other important groups associated with the biotech and Life Science industry.

Late February every year we publish our magazine in English for an international audience. To read the e-version of the international issue of 2015 please click here.

For current news and more information see the website: www.kemivarldenbiotech.se. On the website you also find a calendar covering the most important seminars, trade fairs and events. ​Our collaboration with international partners opens up for delgates from all over the world at our 6 annual international events.

Maria Eriksson is the initiator and Managing Director for The Future of Swedish & Danish Life Science. She holds a MSc in Medical Biology from Linköping University. Maria has a current position as Business Development Manager at Journal of Chemistry & Biotechnology (Kemivärlden Biotech) and has more than 12 years experience from the Life Science Industry. She has a background from the pharma industry and Karolinska Hospital where she served as a Research Engineer in the Fertility Unit.

Maria is also the initiator and Program Director of other international annual events such as New Updates in Drug Formulation & Biovailability in Copenhagen, Are We on Track? in Stockholm, Bioscience – Research Through innovative Technologies in Uppsala, Pharma Outsourcing – Find The Right Partner in Stockholm and New Horizons in Bioprocessing in Stockholm.

Organizers 

Medicon Village – a science park for life science experts who wants to improve people´s health and lives.

Co-organizer