Venue: Panum Institute, Mærsk Tower, Blegdamsvej 3b, 2200 Copenhagen
Time: 9:30 - 16:00
The theme is reflected by the two key-note speakers Magdalene Janina Laska, CSO at Aimvion and Thomas Vorup-Jensen, Professor at the Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University.
Everyone (researchers, students, companies, patient organisations and other stakeholders) interested in health care research (not only autoimmune diseases) is most welcome to join the Bioagora 2019.
Apply for an exhibition booth to display your science projects or results, or sign up as a guest with a wish to meet and matchmake with (other) scientists, students, companies and other stakeholders from academia or the industry.
Everybody interested in biomarker research and development may apply for an exhibition booth or sign up as participant at the event. This includes researchers from the universities, SME representatives, patient organisations and service providers as well as students.
Would you like to exhibit?
Exhibition booths are free of charge for academia and life science SME’s, incl. companies providing analysis and including all members of Biopeople.
Would you like to join as a guest?
Participation is free of charge. If you want to participate as a guest, please sign up here. Registration deadline is 8 November 2019.
Why a (bio)agora?
In Ancient Greek Cities the agora was an open space that served as a central meeting ground for various activities of the citizens and the focus of political, commercial, administrative and social activities.
The concept of this cross-disciplinary approach in an open meeting place fits our concept of creating an open space across disciplines to facilitate innovation.