I-teams 3rd round: meet the winners!
© ATFM. The BlooDe team, who was awared the 1st prize: Vasiliki Delitsikou (not on the picture) Laurent Vinet, David Jean Dubois & Anna-Maria Olziersky, with Wilfrid Boireau, Mary Nyonda and Thomas Lecompte, professor at the UNIGE Faculty of Medicine & HUG.
On Jan 16, a jury composed of several experts of biomedical entrepreneurship, including former Debiopharm CEO Kamel Besseghir, Christophe Guichard from Eclosion, Clotilde Aubertin from GSK Consumer Healthcare, as well as Lift Director Abir Oreibi, and Juan Leston EY Lausanne Director auditioned three projects presented by PhD students in Life Science:
- BlooDe : “A multi-partner European diagnostic medical device development project of a new test for primary haemostasis.”
- Cast : “3-D printed immobilization casts (shells) that reduce imaging positions times and increase accuracy of anti-cancer radiation”
- Moove : “Walking cane for blind persons allowing better control of the surroundings and increased independence.”
Of the three projects presented, BlooDe won the Jury’s first prize, and Cast the audience’s prize. Congratulations to all!
More info on the science behind BlooDe here
The 4th i-teams round is now open, apply by march 15!
About the ATMF i.teams programme
i-Teams brings together the brightest undergraduate and graduate students, as well as postdocs, and the university’s ground-breaking research to develop commercially viable strategies and build valuable university-industry links. The main goal of the project is to translate high-potential medical technologies through the collaboration between a research group and an i-Team. Using the expert knowledge of the inventors, each team uses creative and innovative approaches to find the best way to commercialise the technology beyond the laboratory application.January 17, 2020
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