Building business partnerships in human and animal health

Parties with an interest to tackle major challenges related to infectious diseases in both humans and animals, in collaboration with appropriate business partners, turn to Immuno Valley. We effectively match business and science to specifically build, nurture, and support lasting business partnerships for R&D. Read more about How We Work>

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LATEST NEWS

  1. Immuno Valley welcomes BioClin as a new partner

    BioClin BV has joined the Immuno Valley network. Read more...

  2. Big step in treatment of bacterial infections at UMCG

    Researchers from the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) have developed a method to package antimicrobial agents to be able for the first time to deeply penetrate a bacterial infection. They have made a major step in the development of alternatives to the current methods for administering antimicrobials to treat bacterial infections. Read more...

  3. MIT Oost funding for feasability and innovation advice projects

    The aim of this subsidy is to boost innovation from SME’s and to support SME’s to join the Innovation Agenda in the Top sectors Agri-food, Life sciences and health, High tech systems & materials or Energy and Environment technology. Read more...

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  1. Flanders Vaccine Collaboration workshop

    The general aim of this workshop is to create opportunities to start up new partnerships. Different cases will be introduced by experts in the field followed by group discussions. The workshop starts with an inspiring plenary lecture and ends with a well-deserved closing reception, the place and time to meet the members in our community.

  2. Seminar Kennisnetwerk Zoönosen Midden-Nederland

    The seminar includes presentations from key notes on treatment of zoonosis and antimicrobial resistance from various points of view. The collaboration between human and animal health professionals to detect and prevent a zoonotic outbreak sooner.

  3. 6th International Meeting on Antimicrobial Peptides

    IMAP 2016 is hosted by Leipzig University, one of the oldest universities in the world and the second-oldest university in Germany.

  4. Immunogenicity and Tolerance Seminar – Amsterdam 2016

    Platine ​and ​EpiVax are ​co-organizing ​their ​2nd ​seminar on Immunogenicity and Tolerance on October 24, 2016 at the Hilton, Apollolaan in Amsterdam.

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