Register now for Personalised Medicine & Biomarker AGORA 2018 - 27 November 2018

The AGORA 2018 will take place at Marmorhallen, Frederiksberg Campus, University of Copenhagen, 27 November 2018. Participation is free of charge. Exhibitions are limited to 80 and will be selected based on the registrations to meet objectives of this novel format of matchmaking. Registered participants and drop-in participants are expected to be 350-500.

If you are interested in sponsoring Agora 2018, please contact Jane Nøhr at Biopeople.

Bioagora 2018 - visitors
Bioagora 2018 - visitors 27-11-2018
Participant registration for the Biomarker Agora 2018 is open
Meet up at the Bioagora 2018
Meet up at the Bioagora 2018 27-11-2018
Meet up at the Bioagora. Express your interest in exhibition at the Bioagora 2018 - registration is open.
Dialogue, mix & match, speeches and a great spirit at the AGORA 2017
Dialogue, mix & match, speeches and a great spirit at the AGORA 2017 02-11-2017
On 1 November 2017 Biopeople hosted the Annual Agora matchmaking event at the University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg Campus.

Dialogue, mix & match, speeches and a great spirit at the AGORA 2017

Dialogue, mix & match, speeches and a great spirit at the AGORA 2017
Associate Dean Vice-Dean for Innovation and External relation at The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences Trine Winterø opened the AGORA 2017 and introduced Ruth Frikke-Schmidt, Associate Research Professor, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University Hospital, who talked about Causal biomarkers in dementia.
Dialogue, mix & match, speeches and a great spirit at the AGORA 2017

On 1 November Biopeople hosted a matchmaking event at the University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg Campus.

More than 300 people, i.e. researchers from the Universities of Copenhagen, Aalborg and Southern Denmark, people from Danish and Swedish SME's, students & graduates, patient organisations, funding organisations and regions joined to participate in this untraditional matchmaking event.

The theme was dementia, neurology and psychiatry and the common denominator was a huge interest in and activities within health care and life sciences with a focus on biomarkers, personalised medicine, drug development, information-communication-technology (ICT) and user involvement.

Thanks a lot to all participants who used the opportunity to share knowledge, get inspired and maybe establish new relationships and collaborations during the day.

See selected event photos here

 

 

 

Bioagora
Bioagora

Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors

Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors
Thanks to Bioagora 2017 partners and sponsors

Why an AGORA ?

In Ancient Greek Cities the AGORA was an open space that served as a central meeting ground for various activities of the citizens and the focus of political, commercial, administrative and social activities.

The concept of this cross disciplinary approach in an open meeting place fits our concept of creating an open space cross disciplines to facilitate innovation.

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