17 delegates from a range of different Scandinavian universities and companies have registered to take part in MVA’s Cancer Immunotherapy Partnering Mission to the U.S. East Coast on September 15-19.
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MVA organized a debate about healthcare data at Folkemødet on June 13, 2014. View the photos here.
MVA’s CEO Stig Jørgensen received the Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs, Fumio Kishida, on April 30 at the MVA office. Jørgensen provided the minister with a brief history of Medicon Valley and an overview of the cluster’s many strengths. View
Following our General Assembly yesterday, we are pleased to announce Eva Östling as our new Chairwoman of the Board and Professor Morten Sommer as our new Vice-Chairman of the Board. Read more here.
MVA Ambassador Torsten Jepsen organized a study tour in January for a delegation from Glostrup Hospital to the U.S. East Coast, where they visited some of the world’s leading rehabilitation facilities.
A delegation from the Japan Bioindustry Association (JBA) consisting of representatives from the organization and eight Japanese bioventure firms visited Medicon Valley in mid-March.
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Danish and Swedish life science organizations in Medicon Valley can now secure up to $400,000 in funding from the Life Sciences International Collaborative Industry Program (ICIP) by teaming up with a Massachusetts-based company.
Peter Nordström has taken over the position as Executive Vice President and Head of the MVA Ambassador Program after Charlotte Ahlgren Moritz’s move to Malmö University.