A main and important part of the work in an innovation organization is to facilitate cross disciplinary work to advance the development in certain fields of innovation
How can we use the interphase between end users/patients, pharmaceutical companies and the evolving opportunities in the IT world to optimize development and administration of personalized medicine and companion diagnostics? This is the main and intriguing question for the new national project titled “Biomarkers as an emerging growth area in Denmark.”
At the seminar on personalized/precision medicine on 12 May 2016 at the British Embassy in Copenhagen the participants mingled and exchanged business cards and participated actively in the discussions following inspiring presentations from both UK and Denmark.
Biopeople is part of Regulatory Science projects, one of which led to the current structure of the Master of Regulatory Affairs offered at University of Copenhagen for which students are currently recruited to start in September 2016.
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