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Scientific & Technological animations

Lyonbiopole proposes a programme of thematic, multi-thematic and cross-cutting events to promote exchanges within its ecosystem and to promote collaboration between industry, academic laboratories and hospital departments in order to accelerate the emergence and development of new tools for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of illnesses.

Partnering day

To promote interactions within the health ecosystem to envisage the future of medicine, in a collaborative innovation format.

Microbiota & Health day

To bring together innovation players in the field of microbiota and their impact on health.

The  immunotherapies & innovations for infectious diseases congress

To promote interaction between academic, clinical and industry players on innovative approaches to infectious diseases.

The clinical innovation programme

Within the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, the Clinical Innovation programme aims to bring together hospitals and industry players to optimise and accelerate the transition from technological and biomedical innovation to its use in the diagnostic and therapeutic management of patients. This programme consists of two specific tools: the Clinical Innovation Day and the Call for Clinical Innovation Projects operated in partnership with the Hospices Civils de Lyon.

The clinical innovation day

This event was created in 2014 and brings together regional industry and the hospital and medical sector (doctors, clinicians, regulatory specialists, etc.). During the day, clinician pitches, round tables and workshops are organised to:

  • Shed light on unmet medical needs which SMEs could meet.
  • Devise responses in collaboration with clinicians.
  • Provide information (clinical trials, health data, etc.) and regulatory expertise.

Call for clinical innovation projects

This new call for projects, launched jointly by Lyonbiopole and the Hospices Civils de Lyon (HLC) in 2016, aims to support SME/clinician partners in developing the health technology of the future.

This support will maximise the product’s chances of reaching the public procurement market as well as its availability to patients.

In this context, the HCL awards the winning project with material, organisational and financial support of up to €100,000.

Your contact

Romain Gerland

Medtetch & Innovation Program Manager