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The Future of Life Science - symposium 2023
The Future of Life Science is an international symposium about the future of healthcare, science, and life science in general. The aim is to bring forth relevant questions and trigger discussions among experts, academics, public officials, and private companies.
The events at MSD contribute to the debate in the life science sphere
Brown Bag Lunch Talks is originally an American concept, a casual lunch during a seminar with a current theme. In 2015, MSD started its Brown Bag Lunch Talks on Gävlegatan in Hagastaden. Their two events after the pandemic work-at-home period have been successful and appreciated.
"Everyone should have the same chances in life"
Members of the association Neuro are people with neurological diagnoses and injuries, e.g. MS, Parkinson's, polyneuropathies and stroke, as well as their relatives. The vision of Neuro is that people with neurological diagnoses should have the same rights and obligations as everyone else.
"3000 analyses from a fraction of a drop of blood"
KTH Professor Mathias Uhlén explains how the new database for cancer protein has improved cancer prediction. This development has come a long way since the Theranos scandal, where Elizabeth Holmes claimed to be able to perform a large number of analyses with a few blood drops.
"We solve problems through entrepreneurship"
Adnan Yousuf and I started Bling almost 10 years ago, wanting to democratize entrepreneurship. We didn't have a clear picture of the end goal then; we just knew we wanted to solve a problem. The problem was exclusion and how it leads to economic instability, leading to many other things.
Continuous fight against liver disease
Professor Magnus Ingelman-Sundberg at Karolinska Institutet receives a grant within the ERC Proof of Concept programme. This is awarded to researchers who have received funding from the European Research Council ERC and want to develop the innovation potential of their previous discoveries.
100 days at the new job – Jessica Martinsson at SwedenBIO
With nearly 30 years in life science, Jessica Martinsson has achieved a lot. She has a background in drug development from Pharmacia and Biovitrum, and co-founded Sprint Bioscience. In March, she took over as CEO of SwedenBIO. Here she tells, among other things, which strengths and challenges she thinks life science in Sweden faces and what she likes the most in her new role!
Ana Futura makes projects ready for pharmaceutical production
Ana Futura, a pre-GMP facility at Karolinska Institutet, is a research infrastructure that allows companies to develop products, medicines, and treatments. Here, projects are taken from the research lab and made ready for drug production according to Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).
They improve women's quality of life through appreciated app
The femtech company Ovulai develops a digital treatment app for women with chronic gynecological diseases. The team shares a passion for improving an under-prioritized area; women's health. They are data-driven women of tech, and most of them have studied at KTH.