The eMEN project: The e-mental health innovation and transnational implementation platform North West Europe (eMEN) is a EU funded initiative (Interreg NWE) and a first-of-its-kind multidisciplinary European cooperation platform for promoting practical implementation of digital technology for improving mental health prevention, diagnostics and treatment. The eMEN cooperation platform has 10 partners from NWE and focuses on e-mental health research, product development, implementation, policy and communication activities.
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The MATMED programme supports SMEs working in the fields of Advanced Materials, Medical Devices and Regenerative Medicine, enables high-quality transnational collaborations, and accelerates commercialisation in these medical areas.
Is your SME working in the fields of Advanced Materials, Medical Devices and Regenerative Medicine? Join the MATMED network and profit from up new collaboration and commercialisation opportunities for your business. MATMED offers you:
- An online transnational network connecting SMEs, other companies, academia, research centres, regulatory, healthcare actors and investors.
- Support for SMEs to accelerate innovation, validate new product opportunities and demonstrate new technology through Voucher funding
- Advice for SMEs on the new regulatory framework for medical devices taking effect from 2020
- Help for suitable SMEs to find private investment, typically from business angels, to enable their innovations to be commercialised
Codex4SMEs (Companion diagnostics expedited for small and medium-sized businesses) improves healthcare by enhanced adoption of Personalized Medicine in Europe by establishing a transnational European network, which supports SMEs along the value chain of (Companion) Diagnostics development.
Join this diagnostics’ network and benefit from activities like:
- Free Sample Access Service to boost your research for the diagnostics’ sector. The project grants samples for either a pilot project to establish a new method (clinical samples of max. number of 5 patients) or a research project (clinical samples of a max. number of 20 patients).
- Access to specific biobank topics and experts within online seminars
- Invitation to other diagnostic/personalized medicine-related events to meet other stakeholders and/or investors
- Get featured on the Codex4SME’s map and gain visibility in the network of diagnostic key players of Europe
- Profit from the market analysis service and learn more about the market size and growth of your product, products in pipelines so far and more
Visit the Codex4SMEs website for more information:
The Enterprise Europe Network helps businesses innovate and grow on an international scale. It is the world’s largest support network for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with international ambitions. The Network is active in more than 60 countries worldwide. It brings together 3,000 experts from more than 600 member organisations – all renowned for their excellence in business support.
In the beginning of 2017 Boost4Health and EEN signed a memorandum of understanding, to intensify their collaboration in helping Lifesciences and Medtech SME’s to internationalize.
Website EEN: https://een.ec.europa.eu/
Website for Dutch entrepreneurs: https://www.enterpriseeuropenetwork.nl/page/enterprise-europe-network
To bring back the patient at the heart of the health care system, and guarantee an optimal follow-up of the patient during his hospitalization, this is the challenge of wearIT4health. Our objective is the creation of a wearable multi-sensor monitoring device that is comfortable for the hospitalized patients and compatible with the IT infrastructure of the different hospitals of the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. Come and discover an ambitious project, supported by the Interreg VA Euregio Meuse-Rhine Cooperation Programme, the Walloon Region, The Provincie Limburg of Belgium, the Provincie Limburg of the Netherlands, and all of the project partners.
CEBR is a membership-driven network of life science clusters and regional ecosystems across Europe. It represents over 30 subscription members and supports a critical mass of thousands of SMEs, and hundreds of universities and research centres.
CEBR’s vision is to strengthen transfer of knowledge and collaboration between life science clusters and ecosystems in Europe; and to support sustainable growth for SMEs, creating a competitive Europe in the global economy.
CEBR transforms competitiveness into cooperation between members by reducing fragmentation of activities, through knowledge transfer and best practice sharing between members. It expands clusters’ opportunities offer based on a larger European network.
It is a platform through which SMEs in European clusters gain support and visibility on the world stage through joint activities, and advocates for the importance of sustainable growth in Europe's SMEs within life sciences.
Last but not least, it aims at raising awareness among decision makers on how life science clusters contribute to sustainable growth of territories, and at creating a critical mass to push for dedicated and harmonized policies across Europe.
SmartHealth, is a 2-year cross-border project developed by four experienced innovation agencies and clusters. SmartHealth will create and test an innovative, cross-border SMEs support model to stimulate Franco-British cooperation between the local health and care providers with shared clinical needs, and local SMEs providing digital solutions.
SMEs with innovative solutions will be offered mentoring and support and the opportunity to pitch to health and care providers.