H2020 European Health Brokerage Event

September 11th, 2017 | 9am - 5pm

Copenhagen, Denmark

Presentations download

The event is now over but you will find all the presentations following those 2 links. We would like to warmly thank all the speakers and participants for joining us and taking part in this event. We hope you had an interesting day and that this event will be followed by further cooperations.

Plenary session presentations (9 files):

“Health, Demographic change & Wellbeing”, Challenge 1 of Horizon H2020

•    Do you intend to prepare a proposal for the next Challenge 1 of Horizon 2020 ?

•    Are you looking for partners to match your project ?

•    Are you offering equipment / services supporting medical research in the framework of a European collaborative project ? 

In view of the next H2020 Societal Challenge 1 calls, the aim of this brokerage event is to allow upstream meetings between French and Nordic researchers interested in personalized medicine and biomarkers.


Universities, research institutions, hospitals, large companies, SMEs, start-up and associations of patients from France and the Nordic countries are highly encouraged to participate.

The event is open to researchers in the fields of medicine, computer science, human and social sciences (law, health economics, sociology, etc.). 

Participants from other countries are also welcome to join, notably EU13!

Register now, the event is limited to 60 participants.

For French companies, here is the presentation of the Business France mission for the NLSDays :


Get information on Challenge 1 of Horizon 2020 « Health, Demographic change and Wellbeing » especially on personalized medicine and biomarkers issues.
Get the chance to present your innovative project to the participants.

Meet potential partners from Europe and beyond and start building your consortium.

What to Expect

Plenary sessions

- EU funding for personalized medicine research by Tomasz  Dyląg (Scientific Officer, European Commission, DG Research & Innovation, Unit E2Innovative and Personalized Medicine): H2020 Societal Challenge 1 and Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI)

- Eurostars and EUREKA programs by Jens Peter Vittrup, Coordinator of international programs (Eurostars, EUREKA, AAL, ECSEL), Innovation Fund Denmark

- ICPerMed et ERA-PerMed by Malin Eklund (NCP, Swedish Research Council - Brussels)

Organizations presentation

- "Statens Serum Institute (SSI): the Danish National Hub for Biobanking and Specialized Analysis" presented by Niels H.H. Heegaard, Professor Director, Department of Autoimmunology and Biomarkers, SSI.

-  European Clinical Research Infrastructure Network (ECRIN), from France, presented by Jacques Demotes-Mainard, Director General.

Pitch deck session

Each participant has the opportunity to present his project or work in a 3 minutes pitch (3 slides max). Please send an email to if you wish to present something (template for the slides:

Clusters presentation

Presentation of French, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish clusters (MEDICEN, Biopeople, Norway Health Tech, SwedenBio).

Bilateral meetings

Meet potential partners to start your consortium during the all afternoon (2:15 - 5:15pm).

Subscribe to our website and request face to face meetings with the other participants through their profile.

Need more information about H2020 calls? Send us an email ( to get the opportunity to exchange with Health NCPs (group discussions): Kim L. Kryger (Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education) Guillaume Fusai (French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation) ; Malin Eklund (Swedish Research Council-Brussels) ; Jens Peter Vittrup (NCP-Eurostars)

Location and information

Mærsk Tower - Level 15

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

Blegdamsvej 3B 

2200 Copenhagen N

This event is free of charge but has a no-show fee of 500 DKK
Registration is mandatory and limited to 60 participants



Nathalie Avallone

Science attachée at the Institut français du Danemak, Copenhague.

Sandrine Testaz

Science attachée at the Institut français de Suède,

Jean-Michel Portefaix

Science attaché at the Institut français de Norvège, Oslo.