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Place
VGR Campus Nya Varvet (conference room Havsörnen)
Date
September 6 - 7, 2018
Time
09:00 - 13:00

About BrainGain Sweden

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BrainGain Sweden is a collaborative effort compiled by a host of national stakeholders from industry, academia and other organizations with a mission that in 20 years Sweden will be leading the development of innovative treatments for disorders of the aging brain as a result of national and international partnerships between key players in academia, healthcare, industry, authorities and patient organizations.

 

Partners:

Academia:
University of Gothenburg (UGOT), Karolinska Institute (KI), Lund University (LU), Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Uppsala University (UU), Umeå University (UMU) 

Health care providers:
Region Skåne, Västra Götalandsregionen, Stockholm County Council, Uppsala County council

Swedish companies and associations:
BioArctic Neuroscience AB, Bioservo Technologies, CBD Solutions AB, DanPet AB, Denator AB, Genepod AB, IRL – Integrative Research Laboratories Sweden AB, Karo Bio AB, Limulus AB, Medfield Diagnostics AB, NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB, Read Glead Discovery AB, SARomics Biostructures AB, Tedroff Neuro Care AB, Qualisys AB, Quick Cool AB, Quixolabs AB, The Swedish Association of the Pharmaceutical Industry (LIF)

Research networks:
BAGADILICO (Linnaeus environment for basal ganglia diseases LU), MultiPark (SRA at LU/UGOT), Neuronano Research Centre (Linnaeus environment, LU), SeRC (SRA within e-science at KTH, KI and SU, and LiU), the Stockholm Brain Institute, StratNeuro (SRA at KI/UMU), Swedish Brain Power (network of Swedish researchers in PD, AD and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), SWEPAR-Net (network of Swedish university clinics and preclinical scientists that organizes clinical trials for PD at the national level), Uppsala Berzelii Techology Center of Neurodiagnostics (SRA at UU)

Other organizations:
AlzeCure Foundation (non-profit research foundation), Swedish center for toxicological sciences (SweTox), The Swedish Brain Foundation

Patient organizations:
Alzheimer Sweden, The Swedish Parkinson Association, The Swedish Stroke Association

 

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