School of health innovation for professors
How can you increase innovation in your lab? How can you combine being a scientist and a health innovator? These are some of the topics that will will be discussed at the innovation intro course for professors.
School of Health Innovation is a collaborate initiative between UIO, NTNU and KI.
We aim to provide life science researchers and clinicians with tools and insight into how innovation can be put to work for the benefit of patients, the healthcare system and our society.
We have since 2017 delivered courses to life science phds, post-docs and clinicians from our Nordic universities.
After completion of the course the participants will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the opportunities of health innovation and entrepreneurship for utilization of research
- Increase innovation and productivity in your lab/research group
- Utilize incentives in order to increase innovation in your lab/department
- Apply scientific background and knowledge of health innovation to address challenges and develop services and products within a clinical setting and a biopharma/medtech setting
- Use various business tools for ideation and feasibility studies; to develop, prototype and test solutions to user needs
- Demonstrate an understanding of how the Tech Transfer Office and other innovation support actors can support the commercialization process
- Apply the basics in financing a startup company from private and governmental funding bodies
- Assess their skills in health innovation and reflect on the exploitation of their own research
- Combine being a scientist and a health innovator/entrepreneur
Practical issues and expenses
There is no course fee, and lunch/dinner is covered by the School of Health Innovation. Participants cover expenses for accommodation and travel.
Admission and submission
There are only 20 slots available for this course.
Please sign by 15 November, by sending your CV to our :
Bjarte Reve, project manager for School of Health Innovation (HIS)
When & where
Dates: 28-29 November 2019.
Venue: Det Kongelige Norske Vitenskapers Selskap,
Hotel for participants: Quality Hotel Augustin