Sino-EU Health Collaboration Week
The Sino-EU Health Collaboration Week jointly organised by the IC2PerMed and SENET projects was successfully held virtually from 29 November to 3 December 2021. More than 100 participants attended the event and shared their views and perspectives on the state of play of Sino-EU collaboration in the area of health, funding opportunities, collaboration key success factors, market access for innovative health products and approaches in PerMed. Speakers’ presentation and workshop recordings’ links will be made available soon.
Slides and recording
Successful launch of Sino-EU PerMed virtual exchange formats in PerMed cooperation between Europe and China
On 1 June 2021, a first virtual workshop with simultaneous English/Chinese translation on "Cooperation between China and Europe in PerMed" organised by the Sino-EU PerMed Consortium took place. At the kick-off event, the Sino-EU PerMed project, its goals and future activities were introduced to the 50 participants.
IC2PerMed Working group meetings
International dissemination of contents related to PerMed really were up warded by e-workshops of the three working groups of the IC2PerMed consortium. Main topics related to these events were:
- Working Group 1: “Shaping sustainable healthcare”
- Working Group 2: “Innovation and market”
- Working Group 3: “Research and clinical studies in Personalised Medicine”
All the fruitful and interesting results that emerged from the e-workshops are being elaborated and transformed into position papers.
Sino-EU PerMed Expert Task Force
In order to identify the leading-edge topics of PerMed in the S&T cooperation with Europe and China, the first meeting of the Sino-EU PerMed Expert Task Force took place on 25 November 2021. European and Chinese experts from different disciplines of PerMed came together to exchange, network and get to know each other. The goal of the Expert Task Force is to identify topics for the S&T workshops that will be organised by the Sino-EU Permed Project starting in summer 2022. In addition, to act as a multiplier to propose other stakeholders in the field as speakers and stakeholders.