Open Innovation in Life Sciences 2018 is a first-of-its-kind, premier life science conference with two back-to-back meetings connecting young professionals across academia, industry and decision-makers in science.
The synergistic goals of this two-day conference are:
Life Sciences PostDoc Day (September 14)
To foster interactions among postdoctoral researchers and senior Ph.D. students in all life science fields working in Switzerland as well as to explore career perspectives.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS CLOSED, but you can still bring a 'Late-Breaking' poster (details here).
Life Sciences Innovation Day (September 15)
To enhance the interactions between academia, industry, and society by bringing together all relevant stakeholder groups from universities, industry and medicine to discuss topics pertaining to new technologies, drug discovery, personalized medicine, and open science and innovation.
Join the conversation on social media: #OILS18, #LSPDD18, #LSID18
|Abstract submission opens||June 11, 2018|
|Early registration opens||June 25, 2018|
|Abstract submission deadline||August 27, 2018|
|PostDoc Day presenters notification|
Last day of early registration
|August 31, 2018|
|Online registration closes||September 13, 2018|
|Life Sciences PostDoc Day||September 14, 2018|
|Life Sciences Innovation Day||September 15, 2018|
Education, research and innovation are central cornerstones of our society. Especially in Switzerland, the life and health sciences contribute significantly to economic performance. The new developments in medicine towards personalized diagnostics and therapy offer extraordinary opportunities combined with new challenges. In order for Switzerland to remain a leader in this fast-moving area, we must promote cooperation across the borders of disciplines and institutions. That's why the 'Open Innovation in Life Sciences 2018' conference brings together researchers and physicians, private companies and state actors, ensuring an open exchange on an equal footing. The canton of Zurich supports the conference as part of its efforts to further strengthen the Life Science Cluster in the canton of Zurich.
Government Councillor Carmen Walker Späh , Head of the Department of Economic Affairs
A big thank you to our sponsors for their most valuable support
A big thank you to our partners for their most valuable support