The annual CRIG industrial partnering event

Read a short report on the first edition (27 Oct 2017) via this link
 

 

Scope

CRIG's annual industrial partnering event will showcase cancer research and related novel technologies in the area of diagnostics, therapeutics, enabling technologies and high-end platforms. This meeting aims to exchange information and enforce multidisciplinary collaboration between industry and academic experts via face to face partnering discussions and networking. 

This is a unique opportunity to get up to speed with promising and innovative findings and insights within the CRIG community, in the broad field of life sciences and with particular focus and applications in cancer research. We welcome high impact speakers to our program. Registration is open for academic CRIG members (group leaders, principal investigators and senior postdocs) and companies active in the field of life sciences. 

This first edition of CRIG's annual industrial partnering event will be organised by CRIG, in collaboration with flanders.bio.
 

Program

See the full program here.

We look forward to an exciting and diverse program with industrial and academic speakers. Each seminar will include a 15' keynote talk and a series of innovation pitches. After each seminar ample time will be foreseen for discussion.

Registration fees

Early bird (before 1st September): 150EUR per person
Late registration (from 1st September): 200EUR per person
Registration for academic members is obliged but free of charge.

Venue

Het Pand (UGent) - Onderbergen 1, Ghent

Sponsors

We thank our sponsors for their contributions. Please find an overview here.

 

Industrial partner

Become a partner in our industrial network and innovate with us!

Contact

For more information about the annual event (program, sponsorship opportunities, …) or on joining CRIG as an industrial partner, please contact:

Katrien Vanheusden, PhD
CRIG project manager
++32 9 332 63 37
Katrien.Vanheusden@UGent.be 
Coupure Links 653 (Blok A 032), 9000 Ghent


(banner photography credits: Ghent University, Hilde Christiaens)