The companies and alumni that will be hosting a workshop are listed below! The workshops will be given in rounds of approximately 45 minutes. Everyone will have the opportunity to register for two rounds (max. 1 alumni round), followed by the virtual business fair. The content of the workshops can be seen at the registration page.
BGV strives to work with founding teams to mature science and build companies. The Company uses its experience to guide progress into clinical trials, ultimately leading to successful drug development and value realisation for its investors. BGV applies its expertise in a rigorous process to select the most compelling opportunities with the best prospects for exit.
Choose a career that fits you
A typical consultancy company? No, we are not. We don’t know fixed frames and your path is not fixed yet either. You decide yourself what your career will look like. And which direction you want to go. Do you choose for the role of expert or will you go for a top function?
What is going to be your impact?
Internet banking, smart energy meters and various business- & logistic applications. Our colleagues are working on the most divergent and challenging projects for clients both within the country and abroad. For more information you can visit www.werkenbijcapgemini.nl.
Every day, our more than 130,000 employees across the world are blending heart, science and ingenuity to profoundly change the trajectory of health for humanity.
As exhibition maker you are responsible for all the content of the programs, exhibitions, demonstrations, and workshops. As a science communicator you find hands-on ways to communicate the scientific subjects to the lay audience.
We perform benefit-risk assessments of drugs such as EMA-driven post-authorisation studies, and we support health outcomes, health economics, market access, and disease management strategies. We lead European studies to provide critical evidence in the context of emerging standards for study design, database and analysis operations, and quality assurance in Europe. PHARMO has over 20 years of experience in linking patient RWD, which makes us contribute to health innovation through observation.
Our team comprises people with a life sciences background who want to make the world a better place. Our dream is to be responsible for the safety of 1 million different cosmetic products by 2030.
We want to reach this by connecting our clients and the rest of the supply chain to our platform, developing new in silico tools to check safety even better/harder/faster/stronger, and assisting with issues whenever they occur. #SafetyFirst!
It is TropIQ’s vision that there is a dynamic relationship between poverty and health. Many infectious diseases are the direct result of living conditions induced by poverty. In turn, these diseases exacerbate the impoverished status as they reduce productivity and economic prospects. Improving people’s health will improve their productivity, social and economic status and provide the basis for further development of individuals and nations.
TropIQ aims at creating better opportunities for people by improving their health. To this end it provides enabling technology for the elimination of infectious diseases.
TropIQ employs a hybrid business model. It conducts fee-for-service research activities for third parties. In addition, it uses its technology platform to drive a proprietary drug discovery program.
In our projects we contribute to realizing accessible and affordable care for every patient, from both a healthcare and life sciences perspective – combining these worlds in value-based healthcare projects. We do so based on our core values. Vintura has a distinguished approach which is delivered by experienced advisors with consultancy and industry expertise.
Jessica van Heest and Jonice van Limbeek are representatives of the Young Innovators of Medicines – a group of young professionals working within the pharmaceutical sector. They both work in the medical department of an innovative pharmaceutical company, with a focus on pharmaceuticals within Neuroscience. They are happy to tell you more about their experiences and possible (entry-level) positions.
- Jop de Vrieze: Freelance science writer and investigative journalist
- Melanie van Berkum: Education officer at Wageningen University & Research (PhD Candidate)
- Marielle Otten: Freelance medical/scientific advisor and trainer, for pharma and healthcare (PhD Candidate and Doctoral Candidate)
- Carola Janssen: Senior consultant at Hezelburcht Grant Consultancy (PhD Candidate)
- Hiljanne van der Meer: Public programme developer at the Universiteitsmuseum Utrecht
- Naomi Chrispijn: Programme officer at NWO (PhD Candidate)
- Koen Scheerders: Freelance science journalist and medical editor (PhD Student)
- Liset Westera: Medical immunologist in training at Princess Máxima Center, Pediatric Oncology (PhD Candidate and Doctoral Candidate)
- Esmé van Herpen: Education manager at Karakter, Academic Center for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
- Timo Smets: Therapy sales specialist at Medtronic
- Ruud Moesbergen: Exhibition maker at NEMO, theatre maker and trainer and presenter concerning science communication
- Only in round 1; during round 2, he will be hosting the NEMO Science Museum workshop
All of the information above is sourced from the website or contact at the respective company