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School of Health Innovation

School of Health Innovation aims to provide healthcare and life science researchers with tools and insight into how innovation can be put to work for the benefit of patients, the healthcare system and our society.

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School of Health Innovation is an initiative by University of Oslo (UiO), NTNU in Trondheim, University of Copenhagen and Karolinska Institutet (KI) in Stockholm, developed in collaboration with Nansen Neuroscience Network. 

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Health innovation and entrepreneurship

Learn how to commercialize research or ideas into business ventures and how to innovate services in a clinical setting.

Read: - This would never have happened if I did not attend the School of Health Innovation, says Trond Nordseth.

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Entrepreneurship in

An opportunity to access one of Scandinavia´s most advanced support systems for healthcare entrepreneurs.

Read: Starting a company together after meeting at School of health innovation

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School of health innovation for professors

How to combine being a scientist and a health innovator, and increase innovation in your lab.


Academic responsibility

  • Professor Hilde I. Nebb, Innovation Director, Life Science Growth House, UiO
  • Professor Carl Johan Sundberg, Head of Dep of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics (LIME), KI
  • Ass. Professor Brita Solveig Pukstad, Dean of Innovation, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, NTNU
  • Trine Winterø, Vice-Dean for Innovation and External Relations, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen. 

In cooperation with

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