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This years National Conference on clinical studies focus on "The Future of Clinical Studies" and until June 19 there is an early bird registration fee. The conference is arranged within the frame work of Clinical Studies Sweden, which is a national collaboration between the Swedish Research and six county councils. Karolinska Trial Alliance (KTA) is the regional host of the conference this year.
TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE 2017, 24-26 September in Prague, is the third bi-annual conference organized by EATRIS (EUROPEAN ADVANCED TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE). This event, open to a wide range of stakeholders (pharma industry, academia, research funders), will bring together experts and key actors in translational research, to discuss current approaches and future perspectives in the ﬁeld.
On Thursday, March 23, Merck hosts a webinar with the title: "Product Aggregation in Bioprocessing: Origins, Prevention, and Removal".
Ulf Skough has been appointed to the new Marketing Director at APL responsible for business development, sales and marketing. Two business areas within APL, Healthcare & Pharmacies and Life science, are joined in one Marketing department and Ulf Skough will be Head of the Marketing department from the 15th of February, 2017.
For the first time MAF has now received a grant from Vinnova and we had the opportunity to ask some questions to Kristina Duvefelt, section manager at MAF and also the project manager for the project that received funding.
How does your business get funding from Horizon 2020 and Eurostars? What programs suits you, who can you collaborate with and how do you write an effective application? This you can learn more about from the support organization EUSMESupport 2020, which provides free advice and support.
On February 14, the KI Facility Expo 2017 will take place for the first time. This is the first university-wide facility fair arranged at Karolinska Institutet offering the attending delegates to meet representatives of KI affiliated facilities and learn mor they might be of help in your research. The Expo is open for all, requires no registration and free of charge.
On November 15 there is a breakfast seminar were you will learn more about how Merck supports the life science market and can support you to get the right process in place from the start, thus saving money and time.
The Live Cell Imaging Facility (LCI) is a core facility with state-of-the-art light microscopy systems located in Novum, Flemingsberg, at the Karolinska Institutet Department of Biosciences and Nutrition. In 2014 the LCI facility was awarded the Nikon Center of Excellence label, making it one of eight centers in Europe and one of fifteen in the world. Sylvie Le Guyader is the manager of LCI and we had a brief chat with her about imaging in general and more specifically about the LCI facility.