how participants see the program

How organizers and lecturers see starship

Daniel Mogefors  (KTH Stockholm): “Seeing the progress that the teams have made is amazing. They have truly leveraged the international network that the StarShip program provides and developed novel ways of tackling some of the most pressing challenges in health care today. It is with great enthusiasm I look forward to seeing their future development.”

Daniel Mogefors (KTH Stockholm): “Seeing the progress that the teams have made is amazing. They have truly leveraged the international network that the StarShip program provides and developed novel ways of tackling some of the most pressing challenges in health care today. It is with great enthusiasm I look forward to seeing their future development.”

Balázs Fürjes  (InnoStars Managing Director): "I was amazed by the team spirit and commitment. They started as individuals and ended up as team members. I was happy to hear that they would like to continue the work together and with EIT Health. Some of them already started to organize local hubs at home. InnoStars is committed to support their community activities at home and to listen to their project ideas in the future. "

Balázs Fürjes (InnoStars Managing Director): "I was amazed by the team spirit and commitment. They started as individuals and ended up as team members. I was happy to hear that they would like to continue the work together and with EIT Health. Some of them already started to organize local hubs at home. InnoStars is committed to support their community activities at home and to listen to their project ideas in the future. "

Viktória Katona  (GE Hungary): “This is the third EIT Health education program GE takes part in, with great results. EIT Health creates a community where business can connect great minds from academia and young entrepreneurs can get professional support to strengthen their entrepreneurial skills. It is very inspiring for us to work with interdisciplinary teams and to meet different approaches and perspectives for the improvement of healthcare.”

Viktória Katona (GE Hungary): “This is the third EIT Health education program GE takes part in, with great results. EIT Health creates a community where business can connect great minds from academia and young entrepreneurs can get professional support to strengthen their entrepreneurial skills. It is very inspiring for us to work with interdisciplinary teams and to meet different approaches and perspectives for the improvement of healthcare.”

Jorge Figueira  (University of Coimbra): “We now have a program where EIT Health industry partners, hospitals, universities, students can work together in a structured way to make the most effective example of Knowledge Triangle Integration, where students learn new entrepreneurial skills in multidisciplinary teams, identify market pains with support from the care providers and deliver added value for the strategy of industry partners. And the best news is that the next year edition of the program is almost there!”

Jorge Figueira (University of Coimbra): “We now have a program where EIT Health industry partners, hospitals, universities, students can work together in a structured way to make the most effective example of Knowledge Triangle Integration, where students learn new entrepreneurial skills in multidisciplinary teams, identify market pains with support from the care providers and deliver added value for the strategy of industry partners. And the best news is that the next year edition of the program is almost there!”

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