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  • EIT Health is supported by the EIT, a body of the European Union

    EIT Health Scandinavian CLC

    EIT Health

    Innovative healthcare solutions of tomorrow

    --www.eit.europa.eu

    http://www.eit.europa.eu/

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    Content 1. EIT Health .............................................................................................................................................. 2

    1.1 EIT Health in Scandinavia ...................................................................................................................... 3

    CLC Office ........................................................................................................................................... 4

    Scandinavian Campus group ....................................................................................................................... 6

    Scandinavian Business Creation group ...................................................................................................... 7

    Scandinavian User Driven Innovation group .............................................................................................. 8

    CLC Office Liaisons ....................................................................................................................................... 9

    2. EIT Health Scandinavian Partners ........................................................................................................ 10

    2.1 Core Partners, contacts & Board members. ........................................................................... 10,11 12

    Associated Partners ............................................................................................................................. 13, 14

    Network Partners ...................................................................................................................................... 16

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    1. EIT Health EIT Health mission:

    EIT Health promotes entrepreneurship and innovates in healthy living and active ageing, with the aim to

    improve quality of life and healthcare across Europe.

    Taking off with a brief introduction of EIT Health, the intention with this report is to

    explain the set-up of the Scandinavian CLC and to inform about the partners and partner

    representatives.

    EIT Health is one of the largest healthcare initiatives worldwide. Its goal is to sustainably advance the

    foundations of healthcare and thus promote the future conditions for healthier living and wellbeing of

    people across Europe. EIT Health is leveraging the expertise of more than 140 leading organizations

    spanning key areas of healthcare such as Pharma, MedTech, Payers, Research Institutions and Universities.

    EIT Health offers best-in-class research capabilities, higher education and business expertise. With a budget

    of €2 billion over the next decade, it will purposefully invest in Europe’s best entrepreneurial talents and

    creative minds to foster the development and commercialization of smart product and service solutions in

    the health sector, addressing the challenges imposed by demographic change and ageing societies.

    Projects, Education activities and Business Creation activities are financed via in-kind contributions from

    participating organisations and by funding requested from The EIT. More Information about EIT Health, its

    members and activities can be found on www.eithealth.eu

    The regional structure of EIT Health extends across Europe. With

    its headquarters in Munich (Germany), EIT Health has six co-

    location centers in London (UK/Ireland), Stockholm (Scandinavia),

    Barcelona (Spain), Paris (France), Heidelberg (Germany) and

    Rotterdam (Benelux). All six co-location centers are defined by the

    EU Innovation. In addition, a group of InnoSTAR institutions based

    in Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, and Wales are

    included. These institutions have a high growth potential.

    http://eithealth.eu/

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    1.1 EIT Health in Scandinavia

    The Scandinavian CLC was established on June 22, 2015 as a Swedish ‘Ideell förening’ (non-profit

    association) located in Solna, Sweden. The association is controlled by a board of representatives of the

    partners and has employed a full time Managing Director as responsible for running the day-to-day

    business in the CLC. Further, the partners provide in-kind resources in form of part-time personnel

    populating the CLC office functions and various working groups essential to the activities. Board

    representatives and CLC Office staff are presented below.

    Scandinavian CLC Vision

    In 2025 the Scandinavian CLC is an efficient and recognized contributor to European

    citizens being empowered to live active, healthy lives.

    Scandinavian CLC Mission

    Scandinavian CLC will promote and facilitate networking and activities contributing to

    entrepreneurship and innovation within health and social care for healthy ageing,

    especially focusing on user driven innovation.

    Scandinavian CLC Strategy

    Establish a Scandinavian platform for User driven Innovation, including Test Beds (Living

    Labs) & Innovation Design, which can benefit all partners and has clear milestones for all

    activities.

    Use platform for User driven Innovation to generate new project ideas

    Focus on projects on early detection, behavioural change and learning from big data

    within chronic diseases in order to provide a broader platform for the future activities at

    all levels.

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    CLC Office

    Membership fees finance CLC office operations.

    The EIT Health Scandinavian CLC office is located at Tomtebodavägen 23A, SE-171 65 Solna, Sweden and

    has a Danish representation office at SUND Vækst Huset, Henrik Pontoppidansvej 4, 2200 Copenhagen N,

    Denmark.

    Palle Høy Jakobsen, Managing Director,

    employed full time by the association.

    pallehoy.jakobsen@eithealth.eu

    +45 30 444 818

    Christos Vaitsis, Innovation Project Manager

    Part time at the Scandinavian CLC

    Christos Vaitsis@eithealth.eu

    +46 73 712 15 47

    Anita Häggström, Assistant to Palle Høy Jakobsen,

    Part time at the Scandinavian CLC

    Anita.haggstrom@eithealth.eu

    +46 70 351 59 57

    Magnus Alsne, Communications Officer Part time at the Scandinavian CLC

    Magnus.alsne@uadm.uu.se

    +46 70 425 09 45

    mailto:pallehoy.jakobsen@eithealth.eu mailto:Vaitsis@eithealth.eu mailto:Magnus.alsne@uadm.uu.se

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    Roles and responsibilities of the CLC office.

    Continued support and lobbying for flagship projects such as “User Driven Innovation/Scandinavian Test Bed”.

    Support and lobbying for initiation of European project matchmaking events.

    Establishment, definition and start-up of Scandinavian working groups/committees for flagship projects and

    business creation.

    The establishment for improved information flow.

    Work for creation of an appropriate process for selection of Campus applications.

    Establish a good contact with networking organisations such as SweLife & Copenhagen Health Innovation in order

    to identify potential win-win collaborations. Recruit more Associated Partners.

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    Scandinavian Campus group

    Jan-Olov Höög, Education Manager

    jan-olov.hoog@ki.se

    +46 8 524 87 740

    Name Role

    Jan-Olof Höög Chair, link to Karolinska Institutet

    Catharina Svensson Link to Uppsala University

    Hans Henrik Saxild Link to Copenhagen University

    Per Berglund Link to KTH, Royal Institute of Technology

    Lena Alksten Link to Stockholm City

    Titti Ekegren Uppsala University, Coordinator

    Inger Lundqvist Link to Karolinska Institutet, Coordinator

    Ulla Bjerre-Christensen Link to Capital Region of Denmark

    Palle Høy Jakobsen Scandinavian CLC, Managing director

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    Scandinavian Accelerator group

    Gustav Notander, Business Creation Manager,

    KTH, Royal Institute of Technology

    part-time

    notander@kth.se

    +46 70 455 98 99

    Name Role

    Gustav Notander Chair, link to KTH, Royal Institute of Technology

    Jørgen Finnemann Link to LEO Pharma

    Sven Frøkjær Link to Copenhagen University

    Krim Talia Link to Rise Research Institute of Sweden

    Mats Ferm Link to Karolinska Institutet

    Moa Fransson Link to Uppsala University

    Karen Laigaard Copenhagen University tech transfer office

    Palle Høy Jakobsen Scandinavian CLC Managing director

    http://eithealth.eu/partners/kth-royal-institute-of-technology/ mailto:notander@kth.se mailto:joergen.finnemann@leo-pharma.com

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    Scandinavian User Driven Innovation group

    Name Role

    Jan Andersson Chair, link to Stockholm County Council

    Krim Talia Link to Rise Research Institute of Sweden

    Jørgen Finnemann Link to Leo Pharma

    Eva Tiensuu Jansson Link to Uppsala University

    Emma Eng Link to Stockholm City

    Ozan Öktem L