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School of Health Innovation: Course for Professors and Managers open for registration

Learn how to increase innovation in your lab and bridge the gap between scientist and health innovator. Sign up for course in Trondheim 23–24 November. First come, first served.

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How can you increase innovation in your lab? How can you combine being a scientist and a health innovator? Sign up for our Course 3 – Innovation for Professors and managers and learn how to provide life science researchers and clinicians with tools and insight into how innovation can be put to work.

For: Assistant, Associate and full professors, group leaders, clinicians, research coordinators from any public university or hospital from Norway, Sweden and Denmark. 30 participants from all partner countries will be accepted.

When: 23–24 November, NTNU (Trondheim)

Admission: Based on CV.

Programme: Download pdf from website of the University of Copenhagen

Deadline: First come, first served.

Costs: The course is free of cost and all expenses for travel, food, and accommodation are covered by the school. We reimburse travel expenses up to 2000 DKK.

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About the course

  • Academic learning combined with practical cases
  • Get expert lesson from Jeff Skinner, London Business School
  • 2 days of participation in Trondheim
  • Great Nordic networking opportunity
  • All cost covered by the School of Health Innovation (SHI)

About the school

The School of Health Innovation was established by the University of Oslo. Today the school is run in collaboration with the University of Oslo, Karolinska Institutet, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and University of Copenhagen.

At the University of Oslo, the innovation unit the Life Science Growth House runs the school.

Sponsored by Novo Nordisk Foundation.

By Norunn K. Torheim
Published Sep. 12, 2022 11:11 AM - Last modified Sep. 14, 2022 12:54 PM