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Breakfast seminar
Nanomedicine - how to accelerate translation from research to market
6 February 2017, Stockholm, 07:30-10:30

Agenda updated 2017-01-19

07:30   Breakfast is served

8:00-8:30 Key Note presentation 
Anna Sandström, Director, Science Relations, AstraZeneca

Future potential of nanomedicine in the Life Science sector

8:30-9:00 European initiatives to help accelerate translation from research to market
ENATRANS - Enabling Nanomedicine Translation, Nicolas Gouze, VDI/VDE IT/ENATRANS
Nanomedicine Translation Advisory Board, Pedro Silva, TecMinho/ENATRANS
AceForm4.0 - European collaboration in the formulation area, Lovisa Ringstad, RISE/SP

9:00-10:00 PITCH session – Presentation of nanomedicine projects
Presentation of the LIFNano project – an example of how to pitch, Su Metcalfe, LIFNano Therapeutics
FORMAMP - Innovative nanoformulation of peptides, Helena Bysell, RISE/SP
Stable and efficient formulation for amourphous drugs, Sara Frykstrand, Disruptive Materials
Nanoporous silica for advanced drug delivery, Paulina Paszkiewicz, Nanologica
Cellevate - a nano fiber company, Maximilian Ottosson, Cellevate
Nanoprobes as optotracers of bacterial biofilms, Ferdinand Choong, Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center, Karolinska Institutet 
Optotracers - now you can really see it!, Susanne Löffler, Ebba Biotech

10:00-10:30 Coffee and networking

The seminar is organized by RISE Research Institutes of Sweden/SP in collaboration with SwedNanoTechENATRANS and NanoMedNorth. 

Venue SP, Drottning Kristinas väg 45, Stockholm. 500 m from subway station Tekniska Högskolan.
Date & Time Monday 6 February 2017, 07:30-10:30
No fee    The seminar including breakfast is free of charge.
   The seminar is open for persons employed at companies, organizations, universities and institutes. We cannot accept registrations from private persons or students.
Questions - general Helena Bysell, SP,
Questions - practical  Annika Bergström, SP,
  Final date to register 31 January
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