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August 12, 2020
Turku Business Region

Webinar Invitation: Biomarker Commercialization - Introduction to European IVD Regulation

Webinar Invitation: Biomarker Commercialization - Introduction to European IVD Regulation

Webinar held on August 26, 2020, at 13:00-14:30 CET


The BIC Biomarker Commercialization consortium is organizing a free webinar on how to commercialize your biomarker discovery, the second webinar of a series focusing on biomarker commercialization process.

Focus of this webinar is on European IVD Regulation with a speaker from the Finnish Medicines Agency FIMEA.

This webinar dives into the regulatory requirements for biomarker development and commercialization, an important know-how for any research group, SME or TTO working with biomarker development.


Webinar programme:

13:00-14:00 CET     Introductionto European IVD regulation – requirements for biomarker product development andcommercialization

                                            Nelli Karhu, Finnish Medicines Agency FIMEA


14:00-14:30 CET     Q&A


Moderator:
Teppo Laaksonen, Network Manager, Turku Science Park Ltd


Please register here:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1289214075214936335


The Biomarker Commercialization (BIC) consortium is developing a Biomarker Commercialization toolset, designed to support, step-by-step, both academic researchers and SMEs when developing a biomarker- based invention to a commercial product. The BIC toolset includes a Biomarker Commercialization Guide, which covers technical, clinical, commercial and regulatory aspects, a Best Practices Handbook based on experiences from TTOs in the field, and a reviewtool for TTOs and a Guide for Regulatory Process. The toolset will be available for free in summer 2020.

The BIC project is funded by Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme. More information on the project: https://biomarker.nu/










Last updated:
August 12, 2020

Turku Business Region

Turku Business Region gathers together the Turku region businesses, universities, organisations and municipalities. The 22,000 companies, six universities, and an extensive co-operation network of different players in the region speed up the generation of new products and services as well as growth of business operations and local well-being.

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Webinar held on August 26, 2020, at 13:00-14:30 CET


The BIC Biomarker Commercialization consortium is organizing a free webinar on how to commercialize your biomarker discovery, the second webinar of a series focusing on biomarker commercialization process.

Focus of this webinar is on European IVD Regulation with a speaker from the Finnish Medicines Agency FIMEA.

This webinar dives into the regulatory requirements for biomarker development and commercialization, an important know-how for any research group, SME or TTO working with biomarker development.


Webinar programme:

13:00-14:00 CET     Introductionto European IVD regulation – requirements for biomarker product development andcommercialization

                                            Nelli Karhu, Finnish Medicines Agency FIMEA


14:00-14:30 CET     Q&A


Moderator:
Teppo Laaksonen, Network Manager, Turku Science Park Ltd


Please register here:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1289214075214936335


The Biomarker Commercialization (BIC) consortium is developing a Biomarker Commercialization toolset, designed to support, step-by-step, both academic researchers and SMEs when developing a biomarker- based invention to a commercial product. The BIC toolset includes a Biomarker Commercialization Guide, which covers technical, clinical, commercial and regulatory aspects, a Best Practices Handbook based on experiences from TTOs in the field, and a reviewtool for TTOs and a Guide for Regulatory Process. The toolset will be available for free in summer 2020.

The BIC project is funded by Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme. More information on the project: https://biomarker.nu/










Last updated:
August 12, 2020

Turku Business Region

Turku Business Region gathers together the Turku region businesses, universities, organisations and municipalities. The 22,000 companies, six universities, and an extensive co-operation network of different players in the region speed up the generation of new products and services as well as growth of business operations and local well-being.

Click here to read more about us!
Get in touch with us!
Visit us
Send us mail