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Summer School on Rare Cancer is open to young talents who are interested in IT solutions and applications in the innovative area of medical technologies. The course is to be organized by five European Universities: Oxford University, Imperial College London, University of Coimbra (Portugal), Semmelweis University (Hungary), the Medical University of Lodz (Poland) and the Leadership Programme of GE Digital. The curriculum combines tools and methods for team building, innovation & entrepreneurship, business development with domain specific knowledge and experience in IT, medical technologies and medicine (oncology, pathology).  The education method is unique due to the strong cross domain focus and GE leadership elements,  and  by providing opportunity for team work with the stakeholders (pathologists, patients, physicians) when developing business ideas. Still open to late registration >>

Brain to Market is an education programme combining translational neuroscience and entrepreneurship training in a boot-camp format. The course is taking place at the Institut du Cerveau et de la Moëlle épinière (Paris, France), for five days from 29 August to 2 September, led by INSERM (FR) with input from UCB (GE), Philips (BENE), ICM (FR) and Collège des Ingénieurs (FR). It combines training in neuroscience and entrepreneurship for graduate students, researchers, clinicians and engineers. After working in multidisciplinary groups to share knowledge, the projects prepared by each group are challenged by an international jury composed by key opinion leaders scientists, venture capitalists and serial entrepreneurs.

The closing date for registration is 1 July 2016. Please register via this link >>

Innovation Game is a short course bridging health innovation, education and gamification taking place in Gotland in mid-August. It is organised by Uppsala University (SCAN) in collaboration with University Medical Center Groningen (BENE), Heidelberg University (GE), Université Grenoble Alpes (FR) and Phadia AB (Thermo Fisher Scientific, SCAN). The course focuses on the use of serious games as a tool for health innovation and education; challenging interdisciplinary groups of students, professionals, researchers and educators into creative ways of innovative thinking, igniting an entrepreneurial mindset. Still open for late registrations: >>

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