This year’s NLSDays will take place at Malmömässan and the aim is to have a broad Nordic participation, where all countries are well represented.
Jonas Ekstrand, former Director General at SwedenBIO, the founder of the event, will be Program Director of this year’s event and he says he hopes the program will meet the needs of the future and reflect the different areas of strengths in the Nordic region.
“We will continue to develop the event in a reasonable and sustainable way and also to develop parallel activities in Europe and the U.S. For this year’s event we are working closely with Medicon Valley Alliance (MVA), and I hope that the number of Danish participants will increase. Our aim is that this event will be a platform for the Nordic life science region.”
A mixture of hot life science topics
Last year approximately 1 280 delegates representing almost 800 companies from 40 countries joined the conference.
The event will showcase a mixture of hot life science topics and will provide a great atmosphere for networking. On the agenda there will be topical super sessions, interesting seminars and company presentations, opportunities for partnering meetings and networking, and the announcement of the Nordic Stars Award.
This year’s program includes the following super sessions:
- Financing – From seed to market: Maintaining a sustainable capital market in the Nordics
- Neurosciences – Latest developments in Neurosciences R&D
- Metabolic diseases: Digitalization for the benefit of the diabetes’ patient
- Cancer Precision Medicine: state of the art and future directions – Emerging treatments, diagnostics, and digital solutions: How they are impacting R&D and patient care
Photo: Anniki Skeidsvoll Edén