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Microbiome Signature Project: Project Outcomes and Future Outlook

7 June 2022
Ørestad, Copenhagen

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You’re invited!

Join the Microbiome Signature Project: Outcomes and Future Outlook event at Hubnordic in Ørestad, Copenhagen and learn more about recent investments and establishments in the region, meet international talent and for an exclusive presentation of a microbiome hub benchmarking study and a possible future microbiome platform for the Medicon Valley region.

The Microbiome Signature Project: Outcomes and Future Outlook event offers a place gathering the region’s leading microbiome scientists and companies, research talents and startups, key opinion leaders and funding partners.



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Date: Tuesday 7 June 2022
Time: 12.30pm - 5.30pm CET

Venue: Hubnordic, Hub 3 Auditorium, Arne Jacobsens Allé 13, 2300 Ørestad, Copenhagen
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Limited number of places available



Rising Stars in Medicon Valley Microbiome Research

This is an MVA Microbiome Network meeting organised in partnership with the Microbiome Signature Project, that will feature several up and coming researchers in Medicon Valley working on the microbiome.

Registration is required separately and the event is open to all. To find out more and register, please see the event page here.


Lunch & networking


The Medicon Valley Ecosystem

Overarching trends in microbiome research in Medicon Valley over the past two years.

Sarah Lidé, Senior Strategy & Project Manager, Medicon Valley Alliance




Conclusions & the Way Forward

Summary of the three-year project and how to keep momentum going forward


Mingle and networking

About the Organisers

The Microbiome Signature Project: Outcomes and Future Outlook event is organised by the Greater Copenhagen Microbiome Signature Project, which seeks to position the Medicon Valley area as a global centre for microbiome research. The three-year project aims to enhance collaboration, boost private investments in research and innovation, establish international research facilities and activities, and attract talent to both public and private funded research environments. The project is jointly managed and run by Medicon Valley Alliance, Copenhagen Capacity and Invest in Skåne, and is supported by Interreg Öresund-Kattegat-Skagerrak and Greater Copenhagen.


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