Lecture Series on Biomedical Research: ‘Why and how to move research results towards translational research and clinical applications?’

As part of its new lecture series ‘Biomedical Research: from discovery to patients’, the LIH is organising a lecture on the question ‘Why and how to move research results towards translational research and clinical applications?’. The lecture takes place on Friday, 17 November 2017.

Speaker is Dr Isabelle Buckle, Director of Research applications and industrial partnerships at Pasteur Institute (Paris, France).

This lecture series is supported by the FNR via the KITS project ‘Accelerate innovation and value CreaTiOn from Research projects‘.

Time and location

Friday, 17 November 2017

Lecture: 11.00 – 12.30

Meet & Eat*: 12:30 – 13:30 (lunch provided) (*registration mandatory)

House of Biohealth, Conference room

29 rue Henri Koch, Esch/Alzette L-4354

View this lecture on the LIH website

About the lecture series

‘Biomedical Research: from discovery to patients’ is a LIH new lecture series, coordinated by Research Knowledge Transfer Office (KITS/ACTOR project) and supported by the FNR. It will focus on the actors and majors challenges of biomedical research and innovation through testimonials of Researchers-entrepreneurs.
The series will be divided in two main parts:

  • ‘Research results at the center of the therapeutic revolution’ (A) and;
  • ‘Define, mature and realize your applied research projects: valorization tools’ (B)
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